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Show us some pics and tell us what you have done to the Mav or where y'all were at. These pics were taken at River Run and gator run in East Texas.
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Loaded up after 4 days of Muddy Gras at Gator Run.
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No actually I live in southeasten misouri im in taylor arkansas doin fiber optic construction and we rainned out today so just went out messin around and found the can am dealer , seen your ride . Then later on the forum I saw ur pics u posted and I was like ill be damed

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That's gonna happin it's just a matter of when and where. Ill hollar at you when I get off my hitch and we can try to make some plans. How long did it take u it install the snorkle and how much cutting was involved?
 

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That's gonna happin it's just a matter of when and where. Ill hollar at you when I get off my hitch and we can try to make some plans. How long did it take u it install the snorkle and how much cutting was involved?
Aight sounds good. Took about 5 hrs total, but I took my time and drank a bunch of beer. So I imagine it shouldnt take that long if you stay at it. As far as cutting goes, if your running the kit from performance ATV like I did, you will cut (2) 2 1/2" holes in the front right by where the cage mounts, then (2) 2 1/2" holes on the very back of your center console, (1) 2 3/4" hole right behind your glove box. Thats it. Still looks clean as shit .
 
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Mine is still under construction & has spent most of it's life in different shops from being their jig to just getting the clutch recall done. Picked it up tonight so hopefully I'll get a chance to finish some things up and get them sent to powdercoat. I love your guys' mud machines - they look cool.
 
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