yea i could see that! im almost betting the maverick is the same way ? and im with some of you that hope there are fender flares in the makes! if not ill make my own, but my god it takes forever.If you dont like mud and mist thrown on you and you ride often where it is wet then dont even bother with a Wildcat. It throws up every little thing, it is so bad that I try to go around even the slightest puddle and it forced to go through or over even damp ground the strategy is to creep very slowly and when you get to dry ground gery slowly gain speed to let the tires clear or else you get blasted.
I had some killer fender flares on my Teryx. They were made by Maier plastics, so I'm also hoping they make some flares.yea i could see that! im almost betting the maverick is the same way ? and im with some of you that hope there are fender flares in the makes! if not ill make my own, but my god it takes forever.
On all for or just the rear. Thanks.The shocks were too tight but the Fox shocks on the XRS is so sweet that it was a simple adjustment to fix the situation 4 10 12. 4 clicks out ont he low speed, 10 clicks out on the high speed, and 12 out of the rebound. This setup worked very well in the dunes. No more kick out in the rear and no more bottoming out on transitions. No need to replace these shocks with some after market setup like the XP guys do all the time.
I have a long travel commander with a suspension and shock setup that is extremely good but the Mav definitely has better setup but it needs to be tuned better than what you get from the factory. Fortunately that is easy.so all of you that are happy with the maverick and also have a commander or had a commander, how does the rear suspension feel on the maverick? it looks like they are designed totally different as in no more trailing arms.