It was reasonable considering it was a new cage and front and rear bumpers and a roof...The factory cage is junk Imo and is 880 new. I don't want to put out prices but his work is quality and worth the money you spend. Maybe he will chime in here.
The approach was all dug out so you had to come on from an angle...The rear drivers wheel never hopped up on so it rolled off to the back drivers side. It's my friends xxc and her first day driving it. She did it once and it slipped off the second time across. Luckily I had stopped to watch her as I had to jump in to get my other friends 7 year old daughter who was riding in it too out as she was stuck in the passenger seat which was the low side...longest 25-30 seconds of my life.
Wow. Glad everyone is okay. Busco really needs to maintain there park better. By far the most dangerous place I've ever ridden at. It's definitely not a place for the fast pace trail rider. Alex can attest to that. I was in front of him one time and I had to turn to avoid a rut. The drivers side tires were about 2 feet off the ground. That was a butt clincher for sure!
I've always liked busco...never felt the trails were overly challenging. The wet winter has taken its toll but it's called offroading for a reason. The floaties would be a nice option lol... I ditched the factory belts for quick release harnesses as that was definitely a hindrance when I was trying to free my friends daughter under 3 feet of water.