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  • Birthday 05/03/1977

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    So. Cal. Inland Empire

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    Glamis washes
  • Your Ride
    2019 Can Am X3 RS Max

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  1. I have the stock one on there still. Thanks
  2. I appreciate it, but I upgraded them. I also have the stock ones laying around.
  3. 😂 I have upgraded the links, but if the arm breaks, i’m out of luck, I guess. Joe fab will just get some more business
  4. Took my Can am out the Glamis the weekend before Veterans weekend, and it handled great. That was our first time back in Glamis since 2012, when I had my Rhino. What an amazing difference. SXS’s have come such a long way. The power and suspension is incredible, and I know with tuning, both will improve. It took me wherever I wanted to go, with ease, and pretty much at whatever speed I wanted. It climbs hills, goes through whoops, and dunes amazing. In speaking with a couple people, they suggested that I remove the front sway bar, for better duning and transitioning. Does doing this really make that much of a difference? I suppose I could try, and see how it does, and how I like it, but I figured i’d ask first. Appreciate the feedback
  5. Wasn’t able to make it. I’ll have to plan for next year. Looks like an amazing ceremony, and I understand and appreciate the amount effort of all involved, but I am curious about letting the flag hit the ground. I was always taught, that under no circumstance, was an American flag allowed to hit the deck, or anything below it. Not trying to stir the pot, just looking for clarification.
  6. Yep, full frame. Just transfer your stock latches.
  7. Contacted Grant @ Funco, an he set me up with some of his doors. Picked them up yesterday after work, only to get home and discover the power had been out since 1:30. After wrangling up a generator, and getting the refrigerators situated, I was able to start on the doors. Upon opening the box, I discovered everything to be packaged up pretty nicely, and the finish on the panels and frames looked great. One thing that wasn’t in the box, was instructions. “I figured how hard could it be?” I’ve built cars, houses, power lines, electrical substations, etc., this should be a piece of cake. Well 3 hours in, with a small light and flashlight, and I had one side up. I called it a night, and messaged Grant to see if there were any instructions he could send, and he went as far as to offer up one of his guys (via. phone), to walk me through it. I didn’t take him up on it, because I figured I give it a shot when I got home, and had some light. 30 minutes was all it took Anyways, if you’re looking for a nice set of doors, for a good price, and great customer service, look no further than Grant and his team at Funco.
  8. Those look nice! Is that just a door skin, or complete door with frame?
  9. Looks good! My only concern with the skins as opposed to the doors with the entire frame, would be that they might be flimsy. Rattling is something I can deal with, or do like you did, and foam it or glue down some upholstery.
  10. Yes, i’ve considered it, but I prefer the look of the aftermarket full one-piece aluminum door. I don’t mind paying the price for the aftermarket door, I am more interested in peoples experience with different manufacturers, and the final fit and finish of the product. A reasonable price, would just be a bonus.
  11. Front end gusset kit is already done, and I have an Extreme lower arm reinforcement kit is sitting in the garage. Just haven’t gotten around to installing it yet. Full shock rework with springs will go down next year after I get through the holidays. I like the looks of full doors, and the idea of keeping dirt and debris out of the passenger compartment, so that’s why those are getting done soon. Not too fond of the looks of BRP lowers, or full doors, so that’s why i’m looking at aftermarket.
  12. I have been looking at doors for my X3 (4-seater) lately, and I have noticed that there are a ton of options. Some are skins that use the factory frames, and others are full custom frames and skin (I’m not really interested in buying the lowers and adding them to the factory doors). I have also noticed when reading up a little, that some doors don’t always fit well, and require a little “massaging” or “reworking” to install. I was going to wait until next year, but the more I look at my X3, the more I want to pull the trigger sooner, and put some on. With that being said, what are some of your recommendations and experiences with some of the aftermarket doors and their fit and finish? Which do you have, and if you had to do it all over again, would you go the same route?
  13. UPS pulled up, just as I got home from work this afternoon. Got it all unpacked and installed. Helmets should be here tomorrowz

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