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looks sweet
 

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Looks like you are ready to go Muddin!!!!!

Sweet Mod!
 

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COOOOOOOOOOLLL! Pun intended.
 

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Do you have a bumper that you put on when you're using the plow? I'd be concerned about pinching the coolant hoses against a tree when they're mounted infront and without any protection.
 

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ok im new to all this so please dont think im an idiot with this but, why would u want to relocate the radiatior?? it seems like it was fine were it is i dont c the purpose of it.
 

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ok im new to all this so please dont think im an idiot with this but, why would u want to relocate the radiatior?? it seems like it was fine were it is i dont c the purpose of it.
If your in deep mud a lot of the times, it will block the radiator and keep the engine from cooling off. With it mounted up high, less likely to clog it up.
 

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winter use?

I see that you have a snowplow. im installing a snorkle kit on mine 600. do you ave any problems running in the winter with your setup? like snow getting in your lines and such? can you send me a privite message on this please? thx
 

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LOOKS AWSOME!! how did you attach to the air box?
 

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Sorry guys for takin so long to get back to you. Both rad hoses run around the front and down used fuel hose from rubber shop very strong. The bumber does protect them very well>>>I never shy away from pushin a trail...lol As far as conecting to the air box very easy. and i used flexible hose almost like a vac hose with wire in it and pretty strong. Second one I did and have never had any issues at all. there are 2 inch and a half ebose coming out of the box through a rubber plate and one hose down each side. It was a pain tofigure it all out to still use the box up front but it is working very well.. I will respond quicker on any other questions..tty later ....keep the rubber down
 

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NICE! very clean setup i like how you can still use the front box
 
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