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Make a Teryx4 a Teryx

Discussion in 'Teryx4 Talk' started by DLB, May 8, 2015.

  1. DLB

    DLB Moderator
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    If you're not carrying 3 passengers, removing the rear seats is a great way to add storage space and shed some weight.

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    Weight of one seat plus seat belt assembly is about 28 pounds.

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    Let's see your Teryx4 storage ideas.
     
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  2. thegrizz

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    I know I probably wouldn't shed any weight. I would replace the 23 pound seat with 40 pounds of stuff. LOL.

    Great idea!
     
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  3. DLB

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    :D At least this way you're starting out minus 56 pounds. I used to strap a cooler or box to the seat cushion of one of the rear seats. Makes more sense this way.
     
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    Yep definitely makes sense if you are heading out on a trip without passengers.
     
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  5. MIKE_D

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    image.jpg I do this too. Rear driver side is always there. (Only one child) they are Rubbermaid Action Packers. Mounted using seat hardware and rubber washers to waterproof.
     
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  6. DLB

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    No wasted space there Mike! I like it.
     
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    Mike's ride is set up pretty good these days, a little portly but great looking and set up really sweet!
     
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    Thanks guys! I try to plan for everything. And yes. She is quite the portly Heifer! I need to scale her some day.
     
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    Mike's set up is nice. Looked good in person.
     
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