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Project Build 2015 T4 Build Thread

Discussion in 'Teryx Member Project Builds' started by mrwvsportsman, Feb 20, 2015.

  1. mrwvsportsman

    mrwvsportsman Active Member

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    The Winch is still on the Fed Ex truck, but there is still something missing. I just can't quite put my finger on it. :(
     
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    Off to the great start. Just need that machine!
     
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    Yup, the addiction has begun! :)
     
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    Let the fun begin.
     

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    I like it! Now you can change that signature.
     
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    Can't wait to see the goodies mounted up.
     
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    20150225_194648.jpg 20150225_193121.jpg Got the tear down started tonight.
     
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    Nothing like tearing a brand new machine to pieces. My wife about flipped out when i did this to mine right after i bought it
     
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    We really are all crazy aren't we, lol. We buy perfectly good machines and what do we do first thing? We tear them all apart,lol. Nice ride, keep us posted with pictures of your progress!
     
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    Looking good man.
     
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    I will have to say I got another great deal at Ridersville Cycle in Berkeley Springs, WV. I got a cheaper price at another dealership and he matched it and gave me a great deal on an extended 2 year warranty. I'm kinda regretting the warranty, cause now it will be 5 years before I can do a big bore kit, but that is one of the reasons I sold my old T4 and went with Kawi again was for the warranty. I am blessed to be able to build this machine to "almost" perfect for me right off the bat. Once I get the cage, this machine should do me for a long while. May do some clutch work eventually. I'm going to hold out for a while and see what JBS comes up with this spring and maybe be a guinea pig for that. I'm only running 27"s so I should be ok stock for now. I'm not into the whole "I can go faster than you" game. I just like to be able to go where I want to go, and get back to the house in one piece. Putting her to the test on March 21st for our first ride of the year. Can't wait!!
     
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    Ridersville is the place to go. I tell everyone around here that if your local dealer won't work with you, go to Ridersville. I've been lucky on my past few purchases, and got good deals locally (close to Ridersville prices), but it wasn't without some haggling. You can probably cancel the warranty and get a refund right? My dad did when he bought his rzr in 2007. Bought the extended, regretted it and got a refund on it. May be worth checking out.
     
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    Thanks man. I might check into that! I didn't know if I could or not.
     
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    It should be easy to install the JBS Floor Protectors. Cause a I am removing the a arms too. Plenty of room to work!
     

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    Nice. So what else you got planned for it?
     
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    Everything in my signature. And a custom Green Cage.
     
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    Looks awesome! Make sure you take pics of the sound deadening install. I have been considering it myself
     
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    Nice, should look good with the black and green combo.
     
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    That thing is going to look sweet. No better time to do it all. New and clean. We did the same thing on my dad's '14. Winch, skids, floor guards, lights. Tons easier when you're not working around dirt and corroded bolts.
     
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