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    Default Polaris 6X front end

    a lot of work. thought id show it off a little... ill post a couple more pics once its installed. one hit no seam





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    That had to be alot of work. I thought just changing the fan out was bad enough Looks good!

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    Nice job Preed that looks great! Are you going to do everything else in the same pattern?

    Is that a 4 wheeler with dual rear wheels in the back ground?

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    thanks, thats all the customer brought me and yes thats my dually wheeler.


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    Quote Originally Posted by preed View Post
    thanks, thats all the customer brought me and yes thats my dually wheeler.

    Nice setup Preed! Have you had any issues with your rear axles?

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    none at all, knock on wood!

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    What does that do for you? Lbs per inch I'm guessing?
    It's not skybusting if you fold em'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AK375HH View Post
    What does that do for you? Lbs per inch I'm guessing?
    Check out this Site, www.clicduals.com

    Bruce.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AB RANGER 007 View Post
    Check out this Site, www.clicduals.com

    Bruce.
    interesting, i first wanted mine because i knew of a moose spot i wanted to get too that had a swampy watery channel i had to get past. my thoughts at the time was more floatation, less getting stuck. anyway i never got back to that spot as i found a better spot.

    sidehill stability is awesome! it also make for a more stable less bumpy ride when running trails that are potholed or deep tire revines. i stay on top of all of that stuff. its also good for winter snow riding. ive made some short work of some deep muddy waters and swamp but i have to say it doesnt matter how much tire you have when you get high centered your stuck. it does also take away a little of your turning radius and you lose some top end speed (my machine is not for speed anyway). pluses and minuses i guess.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hfyWP...G1w&playnext=1

    here are a few pics of what they are
    http://www.themasterangler.com/galle...2_itemId=10762



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    What is the cost to do something like that?
    Semper Fi and God Bless

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    updated pics...






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