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Complete Grizzly build

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I built this Grizzly to preform at top ability in the mud! There is a few things that i am looking to change on the grizzly but well see!

 

Tires:

Gorilla Silverbacks 28x10x12 Front, 28x12x12 Rear

https://atvtirescanada.com/gorilla-silverback-tire.html )

Snorkel Kit:

N2Deep Customs

https://n2deepcustoms.com/ )

Bars:

Rox Speed FX risers and bars

https://bit.ly/2TsRv18 )

Exhaust:

2r Racing tip

https://amzn.to/2GgNdpE )

OR

http://2rracing.com/ )

Clutching:

White Secondary spring. 8 - 16g rollers, 1.5mm shim

( bought at local dealer )

Rad Relocation kit:

http://www.rubberdowncustoms.ca/ )

Lights:

12" Light bar

(  https://amzn.to/2TrfZYy )

Rock Lights:

https://amzn.to/2TpF9Xu )

Flush Mount LED headlight conversion:

https://amzn.to/2D10Lm8 )

Yamaha front Bumper 

( bought at dealer )

Handguards:

Powermadd

https://amzn.to/2DQwmIR ) - guards

https://amzn.to/2S2BCSq ) - mounts

3/4 inch spring spacers

(made myself)

Winch line:

Synthetic winch line

https://amzn.to/2Gj1S3F )

 

 

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@Yamaha Grizzly great looking machine.  I really like the look of this bike. The snorkels are not noticeable and the tires look nuts.   Nice height on the bike.  All around it looks like a solid build. What year is the bike ?

The take off list of what you put on the bike is missing one thing !!!!! Price! 

What was the budget? 

What was the actual cost?

Did you exceed your budget and also did the bike turn out the way you expected? 

 

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On 2/2/2019 at 9:12 AM, Frank Angerano said:

@Yamaha Grizzly great looking machine.  I really like the look of this bike. The snorkels are not noticeable and the tires look nuts.   Nice height on the bike.  All around it looks like a solid build. What year is the bike ?

The take off list of what you put on the bike is missing one thing !!!!! Price! 

What was the budget? 

What was the actual cost?

Did you exceed your budget and also did the bike turn out the way you expected? 

 

costed WAY to much lol and thats not counting my 2 engine rebuilds... its a 2016

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