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Hi all, been lurking trying to decide if I want a Wolv. Maybe you can help. I am on a hill with a 21 degree slope.down to the lake any concerns taking this hill daily with this slope? Also any mods to extend bed? I prefer the dump bed but I don't like the boxy look of most UTVs. Thanks!!
 

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Thanks. Personally, I think the wolverine is the best looking of all sxs. I'd love to mod the bed but it doesn't look likely. Guess I can live without the dump bed. Hope to pick one up in next week or two. looking forward to reading about other mods y'all have done.
 

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It will do a 28 degree slope just fine also.
 

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Wolvarine climbs like a mountain goat. My buddies 2013 ranger struggles to keep up in the rock climbs and very steep hills with wash outs.
 

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Not overly steep, or long, a little more than 30 degrees. I have done the clutch but that was for rock crawling, it would do this hill just fine stock and without taking a run at it.
After I took the pictures I put in low and went on up the hill with no effort or spinning.

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IMG_1478.jpg IMG_1554.jpg It'll make it up anything you dare to. Got back from moab and am amazed at what this thing can do.
 

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Very nice! Glad you got some pics posted, we are headed there this weekend.
 

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It climbs pretty well.
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Thanks everyone for the great advice! Just ordered a green EPS!
 

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Thanks everyone for the great advice! Just ordered a green EPS! And ordered a gauge!!!:)
 

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Not overly steep, or long, a little more than 30 degrees. I have done the clutch but that was for rock crawling, it would do this hill just fine stock and without taking a run at it.
After I took the pictures I put in low and went on up the hill with no effort or spinning.

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Thanks for such an awesome idea! I have one for another project, would never had thought about adding yet another 'toy' to my Wolverine. Will make a bracket and move it so passengers can see it too.

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