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SSreda4

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We ride at Highlifter in Shreveport, a few parks in E texas, and private property. Heres my junk...

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Now I will give you a little insight on how I got where Im at:

06 Foreman ES. 400 miles/100 hours. Mods at the time of purchase: Aluminum stick stoppers and belly plate, Warn winch, Highlifter springs, SS wheels and ITP Mud-lights. Mods removed: F+R baskets and hand guards.

Future mods: Different/bigger tires, lift, and likely a clutch kit and gear reduction depending on what tires I decide on.

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That bike ^^^^^ plus this:

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Equals this:

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Here's the riding companion. 95 Fourtrax 300. It has a Viper 3k winch, Highlifter 2 inch lift, and 27" Zillas S/W on stock Grizzly wheels.

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Got a guy with a 2013 650 Can Am XMR that wants to prove himself by hitting that same hole this weekend. We are gonna install his new winch and head back over there. I will make sure to get pics. I'm not trying it again anytime soon, I'll just be a spectator. I do have a 2^ Highlifter Signature Series lift on order. It should be here tomorrow as they are local to me. I may have it on in time for some new stance pics. Stay tuned.

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So it starts with a $100 trip to the local liquor store:

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I decided to get to work early. As promised, the goodies:

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Only took one pic of the back installed, front was mostly concealed:

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Here's before:

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And after:

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Then this shows up and we get to work:

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The prize:

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Git-R-Dun:

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Yeeeeeah! Almost there:

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Back to the mud hole, Can Am walked through it. There was some mud on the tree branches though:

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Mudlights got demounted (on the right), and Zillas arrived UPS. One was a day late to the party (thanks UPS) but I wasn't in any rush. Old sizes were 25x8F and 25x10R. New size is 28x10F and 28x12R.

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Here they are mounted:

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And the fourth tire was a comparison. Fourtrax has a 27x9F and the new front for the Foreman is 28x10. I wanted a side by side size reference pic:

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She is also getting a new carb (chasing an idle miss) and a Highlifter/EPI clutch kit:

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Full stance pics coming soon. Rear fenders will require some light filing to clear and the front foot well support bracket will need to be "tweaked" but overall they fit good.

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Took a trip to Highlifter park. Honda only had to be winched out once but I picked and chose my battles. The one time I winched I really had no choice but try it bc there was no other route.

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So it starts with a $100 trip to the local liquor store:

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I decided to get to work early. As promised, the goodies:

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To bad u dont live closer I `ll ride with u and the goddies !!:laugh: BudLite !!!:huh:

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