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Here is a picture of mine, quick photo snap along the trail this past fall. I have added front and rear bumpers, nerf bars, all interior bags, rear storage box, roof, HID headlights, two small spot lights mounted on the front bumper, RZR rims, Mayhem tires, rear panel, mid windshield, custom homemade upper windshield half, RZR side mirrors, fire extinguisher, and rear view mirror. Yet to come will be a light bar, winch, horn, interior light, and stereo of some sort. Man I love winter but is it Spring yet? I am dying to get out riding again!!

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This is my favorite picture of the ACE with Lake Michigan in the background. I've done plenty of modifications, all with the main goal to make it street legal, which I finally accomplished. I built the bumpers and nerd bars from scratch along with several little things. I bought this thing because I want to have more fun. In the past few years I had some surgeries and am not able to do some of the other things I like like running, back-country skiing, etc. The ACE helps me compensate for that. It's also helped me rekindle some old relationships with longtime friends.
 

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Lookin good!! :) I'm ready for spring myself!!!!! How do you like the meyhems? I'm thinking either those or zillas for mine maybe this summer. How are they on the trails? I have read they are awesome in the soft stuff.
 

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Lookin good!! :) I'm ready for spring myself!!!!! How do you like the meyhems? I'm thinking either those or zillas for mine maybe this summer. How are they on the trails? I have read they are awesome in the soft stuff.

I really like the Mayhems myself. They make muddy areas super effortless, but if you like to slide around in the mud then your out of luck because these just hook up and go. I ride mostly railroad grade and trails that are tight and full of tight turns. This year was a very dry year and I put over 2000 miles on these tires in these conditions and these tires made all the difference over the stockers. I was able to maintain decent speed into corners, when the trail was wide enough to do so, and feel completely in control. You can get the rear end to slide on dry trails but keep control which was what I was looking for. Slow speeds on pavement is a bumpy ride, but that's to be expected because of the tread aggressiveness on these. Over 2000 miles on these tires no flats and they still look brand new!
 

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That's sounds like exactly what I want! They are one of the best lookin tires out there in my opinion. Another plus! What size are you runnin?
Same as the stockers were 25-8-12 in the front 25-10-12 in the rear. I stayed with the same size because they are taller than the stockers and I didn't want to add anymore tire weight by going bigger and chance causing premature wear and tear, even though they say you can go with a bigger size. They did steal a little top end but very minor, I am talking like 2 mph. Does not bother me because most of the area I ride you can't go full throttle, it's more about being able to maneuver turns and fun tricky trails.
 

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This is my favorite picture of the ACE with Lake Michigan in the background. I've done plenty of modifications, all with the main goal to make it street legal, which I finally accomplished. I built the bumpers and nerd bars from scratch along with several little things. I bought this thing because I want to have more fun. In the past few years I had some surgeries and am not able to do some of the other things I like like running, back-country skiing, etc. The ACE helps me compensate for that. It's also helped me rekindle some old relationships with longtime friends.
why are your fronts on backwards? swap them for width?
love the work you have done yourself...more satisfaction than just bolting on someone else's stuff IMHO :)
 

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why are your fronts on backwards? swap them for width?
love the work you have done yourself...more satisfaction than just bolting on someone else's stuff IMHO :)
Ha ha 70cyclone I screwed up!! That's awesome you caught that. I was in such a yank trying to get them on for the street legal process I missed that detail. I can build some bad a** custom furniture but when it come to tires and some of this other stuff I'm an idiot. But I won't make this mistake again!! I bet it will preform differently, cannot wait to swap them around!! Thanks! Lol
 

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