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Well I finally got her all buttoned up today. I wanted to thank james and craig for helping me out. The machine runs like a scared rabbit after the mods. I am really impressed with the low end. Also installed the stereo to have so tunes while playing.
 

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nice, now lets see it in action!
you look to be more my style riding with the snorkels and lift. im curious how the jbs sheave performs in the mudding situations, not just speed
 

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Yea I love mud riding I would love to try it in the mud but we need to get some rain. It's feels like it would be legit though
 

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i have RDC lift, 28" zillas, snorkled, relocated radiator....yes i love the mud!

where are you from? im in illinois
 

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I'm in st Bernard Louisiana

How big of a lift do you have and how did you relocate the radiator
 

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the rdc lift is sold as a 2" lift but really i think its closer to 3"
ive got 14" of clearance now. it clears the 5 gallon bucket test



the radiator i just made some brackets to mount, then ran heater hose and wires for the fan. wasnt too hard of a job. it runs so much cooler now.





 

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Wow that is sweet man I think that's the next upgrade. What line did you vent on your snorkel because I don't think I have them
 

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Moto92... I'm just a few miles from you, a little East of Evansville. I ride woods/back roads/mud/pretty much everything and the JBS rocks everywhere! I normally run 27" XTR's, but if we are gonna be riding in the river bottoms I throw on the 28" Outlaws. High gear will spin them with ease, I rarely even use low, mostly if I'm pulling someone out. It's the best mod I have done. If your on the fence about getting one do it, you wont regret it.

Hit me up if your looking for a new place to ride sometime, lots of riding my way. Infact, there is a big group going night riding this Sat. Should be 15-20 sxs's and as many if not more 4 wheelers. You can take mine for a spin and see what you think about the sheave.
 

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i have to replace my wet clutch now and i think while its out im going to send my sheave off to be milled. all i read is great reviews on jbs.
the ride sounds awesome! id love to come over sometime. where do you ride? i bought a dnr sticker while back to ride interlake but havent made it over there yet
 

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Give me a shout when you get your clutch lined out. I ride mostly close to the house, which is within a few miles of river bottoms with mud holes everywhere, old coal mined woods with creeks, spoil banks, & rocky sections, or just hit the river road and cruise. If you have a DNR sticker it's legal to ride on the roads in my county. During the summer months it's pretty common to have 30 atv/utv's together at once. Always fun to sit back and watch the mud fly!

I've been to Interlake several times. LOTS of rocks. There are some good trails with decent mud, but most of the holes are rock bottom and not that hard.
 

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sounds like a hell of a time! ill have to see who i can round up and head over there
you have a facebook account?
 

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Sounds good man, bring as many as you'd like! We can unload at my house and ride from there pretty much anywhere.

Yeah, I have a Facebook account. I'll pm you my info.
 
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