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Starting on rebuilding for GNCC/harescramble setup.

BEFORE

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Got My WICKed a-ARMS.

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more pics....

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working on an airbox for this filter setup....

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Other Parts....

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Stripped...

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Man its gona look and ride awsome when you are done and i love hose arms i had a set of wicked arms on my raptor and loved them but i will tell you they won't take slam down doing a wheelie doing about 50 through a field (like a dumbass) bend my upper arm and tierod and snaped the lower balljoint lol!!!!!!! anyway if you would tel me what you like and dislike about your outlaw because it is at the top of my list for my next quad

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Nice!! Hey RelaFreak are you really that old? 79 and doing all of this?..

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Man its gona look and ride awsome when you are done and i love hose arms i had a set of wicked arms on my raptor and loved them but i will tell you they won't take slam down doing a wheelie doing about 50 through a field (like a dumbass) bend my upper arm and tierod and snaped the lower balljoint lol!!!!!!! anyway if you would tel me what you like and dislike about your outlaw because it is at the top of my list for my next quad

Thanks! I love the Outlaw. No real dislikes. But the front wheel bearings wear out pretty quick.

Nice!! Hey RelaFreak are you really that old? 79 and doing all of this?..

79 and counting.... no not really just havnt changed my info.

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I moved this thread into the project room.

Those a-arms are badass, looks like that is going to be a killer ride when you are done.

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