I got my girl ready for winter ,changed the oil,put the windshield back on, put winter air in all four tires. I'm ready for some snow..
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26x9x12 in the front and 26x11x12 in the rearWhat size are the tires you have on your machine?
Re- coating the racks is on my todo list, I buy the gallon pail of the rust-oleum bed liner. I use it on a bunch of stuff and projects .Changed the oi and filter. She'll rotella T6 5w40 and a wix 57040 filter. Changed the front diff oil and rear final drive fluid. Used Lucas 80w90 in front because I had it on hand. Used Petrocan duratran in the rear. It meets same specs as mobilfluid 424 and I was gifted a couple of gallons of it.
Going to take off the racks next weekend and redo them with a rattle can of liquid bed liner. The factory finish on the racks is paper thin and rubs off easily.
Same here, I was worried about a larger box getting damaged. Sprayed it with the garden hose….definitely not water proof.I have the same box mounted on my rear rack but mounted reverse of what you did, so it opens to the rear. I sometimes wish the box was maybe a little bit wider but also like the fact that it is smaller and doesn't get in the way. It's been a good box though, just not dust or water proof. I keep all of my stuff in a wet/dry bag inside the box which solves the not dust/water proof part.
That's interesting. Never paid much attention to a wheeler with a plow. some years we hardly get any snow at all.Looks good, however if it isn't comparable with the winch without notching and doing some other work on it if you have a front mount snow plow attachment.