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I finally got on the ball and started getting this maching together as I have to have it all done by Thursday night this week we are heading to the coast. I performed the 10 hour service using the exact weights in the front and rear differential which was the same weight and the heavier weight as required in the transmission, all synthetics. Also used Royal Purple 5/40 in the engine. Got the doonz tires and douglas wheel setup on. Installed the sport low switch which makes a huge difference for sure. Installed the Turn Key Black roof, Installed the EMP Full front windshield polycarbonate coated. Installed a Viper 4K Winch using the EMP Winch bracket with amazingly enough left enough room for the Turn Key Front gusset still and the Turn Key Front Skid Plate, which took a little modification, but not much to make work. Installed UTV Rear gusset and hitch bracket, Greased all the zircs. Still have to get the Super UTV Power steering installed, as you can still see its in the box, and waiting on the 20 inch Rigid Industries light. Going to be a push to get it wrapped up but things are going well... Here are some progress pics......

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Nice list of extras
 

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Let me know how you lile that paddle wheel setup
I am loving this paddle wheel setup, great control and good sand throw off the rear....It goes where I want it to go without any problems... I ran a similar set on the commander, and never had any problems and it worked great on it as well....
 

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I wouldn't run those doonz paddles in the 2 ply version. The 6ply are better.
The 2 ply tend to blow out the side wall if you run them with low air pressure.
 

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I wouldn't run those doonz paddles in the 2 ply version. The 6ply are better.
The 2 ply tend to blow out the side wall if you run them with low air pressure.
I have run these for 3 seasons, had them on the commander before that has been converted to a 4 seater (heavier) running 6-8 psi. Hope they will still hold up. We will find out next week..LOL
 

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Whats your reasoning?
When at any speeds more then about 20 mph it makes the Maverick feel like its on marbles. The ribbed front tires pick up other tracks in the sand and the P/S magnifies this.

I had 2 other people in my camp drive it with the P/S and it scared the crap out of them, I pulled the fuse on the P/S for the rest of the trip and the Maverick was WAY more stable.

I have since added a switch to the P/S unit.
 

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I really like my p/s but I don't have sand dunes here in shv la, so it really helps when you are driving around trees and up hills, also it was so easy to install I was amazed, great direction, also you can go on youtube and it will show you step by step. good luck, it looks good so far
 
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