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    Default 2014 Can Am Maverick XRS DPS

    I picked this thing up a couple months ago. I have added a winch so far, and am going to upgrade the tie rods, full rear bumper, roof, a arm guards and a few other things. We have only had it out once so far and only has 40 miles on it, but it is a blast. Looking to do some riding this weekend, then down to King Knob on the 7th. So far I am pretty impressed with it. Its a lot easier for 2 people to ride in than on the 4 wheeler.
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    Default Re: 2014 Can Am Maverick XRS DPS

    Roll it over a few times and get it broke in. Looks nice, be careful.

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    Default Re: 2014 Can Am Maverick XRS DPS

    Thanks. Hopefully I don't roll it yet, but the roll age is nice to have.

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    I know a few guys that have the widened Polaris jobbies. I think they roll them every trip.

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    Default Re: 2014 Can Am Maverick XRS DPS

    I drove a few different Polaris models, but liked the maverick the best. The Polaris xp1000 is a heck of a machine though.

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    I'm still waiting for a standard shift sport model.

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    Default Re: 2014 Can Am Maverick XRS DPS

    That would be pretty cool.

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    The only models with a manual transmission are the chinaman models. The average life on them seams to be about the same as refrigerated beans.

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    Default Re: 2014 Can Am Maverick XRS DPS

    Did you look into the reaper? They are even street legal

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    who makes the reaper?

    That thing looks wicked. problems with street legal are then license and insurance. after that why not just buy a wrangler?

    for a real roll cage you may want some more support on it. I've always thought it would be cool to build my own mud buggy, etc. but these things are getting insane some go 90 mph. one mistake at that speed and your done.
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    Default Re: 2014 Can Am Maverick XRS DPS

    I'm not sure who makes it. They had them at total image in Elkins and they looked pretty cool.

    this thing will do about 75 or so. I am going to put an aluminum roof, bumpers and more skid plates.

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    Default Re: 2014 Can Am Maverick XRS DPS

    That thing is a beast! Looks like lots of fun.

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    Default Re: 2014 Can Am Maverick XRS DPS

    I have a buddy that got a sand reaper and it cool.

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