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putting new frame on the brute

bigblackrancher2010-08-11 11:48:35 +0000 #1
heres a few pics of the tear down and putting it back together
bigblackrancher2010-08-11 11:56:36 +0000 #2
some more Sorry there not in any order i havent figured out how to do that yet
Coolwizard2010-08-11 11:54:17 +0000 #3
That looks like a lot of work but I guess you can clean everything up really well during the process.
bayou_boy_222010-08-11 13:01:10 +0000 #4
you can really find all your electrical connections that way.
bigblackrancher2010-08-11 12:27:26 +0000 #5
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Originally Posted by Coolwizard

That looks like a lot of work but I guess you can clean everything up really well during the process.

Actually its not that bad, this is the first fourwheeler i have really worked on and havent had any problems, and yea i have been cleaning everything up, the gas sheild weighs about 10lbs less now, no joke
Coolwizard2010-08-11 12:16:20 +0000 #6
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Originally Posted by bigblackrancher

Actually its not that bad, this is the first fourwheeler i have really worked on and havent had any problems, and yea i have been cleaning everything up, the gas sheild weighs about 10lbs less now, no joke

I'd do the gas tank shield mod (cut holes) while I had it apart.
bigblackrancher2010-08-11 13:34:00 +0000 #7
Yea im thinking about doing that its a good idea
Polaris4252010-08-11 12:21:44 +0000 #8
lots of work but lookin good!
bigblackrancher2010-08-11 13:40:35 +0000 #9
thanks!^
650Brute2010-08-11 14:46:48 +0000 #10
Lookin Good, Be back Ridin soon!
DaveMK12010-08-11 16:52:16 +0000 #11
How many extra parts/hardware you got left over?

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