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P1000 Cthulhu reborn

Discussion in 'General Pioneer 1000 Discussion' started by Boomboom907, Jun 25, 2016.

  1. Boomboom907

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    So. Got my insurance and shop estimates back. Total is about 4100. My deductable is 500 so they are cutting me a check for around 3600.

    From that 3600 dollars, I am only going to get my roll Cage fixed and new back doors ordered. Evidently they won't just sell one door, you have to buy pairs. That's pretty Gay.

    So. Honda prices are stupid. They want 250 dollars for a flipping rim. That's the non deluxe steel rim. The fancy 14 inch aluminum runs are 12 dollars cheaper. They are only 230. Ridiculous.

    Please guys, tell me how much your itps cost? 90 a piece? With lifetime warranty? 250 a piece should get me Beadlocks.

    150 for lower a arm. I suppose that is close to fair, but when a whole set of highlighter arms is only 3 times the cost of one stock arm, I think that's pricey.

    So I'm gonna bag the windshield for now. I may go into a glass shop and see how much a window would cost to get made. I'll get more serious towards winter. I would like if I could remove the glass on the fly and bolt it to the roof for air circulation in those hot days.

    Rock slider has a ding in it. I'm considering going to a steel yard and getting some heavy duty pipe and cutting it in half long ways. Then welding it to the bottom side of the sliders for extra support. 500 for one slider is stupid. A full skid plate isn't much more.

    Feedback and opinions welcome as always.

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    Wow those prices really are stupid. As for the slider, S&S full skid plate and a-arm guards are only 750 shipped. And I can testify to their toughness. Just a thought.
     
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    The skid plate covers the rock sliders right?

    Can you link or give me make of yours?
     
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    I don't have any experience with sliders. The skid is even with the frame. Look them up on Facebook. S&S Fabrication out of KY
     
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    The rigs come stock with the 2 sliders. Did you take yours off?
     
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    I didn't remove anything. I guess we are talking about the same thing so yes it does cover it.
     
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    I have to cross over lots of sharp rocks. Do these plates get holes in them ever? I'm just worried about a plastic plate. It just seems like metal might be stickier but would last forever
     
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    Check out After-market Parts and Accessories for ATVs. UTVs, and Sleds

    They are in Wasilla, off KGB behind Batteries plus and Fastenal. The prices on their wheels are comparable to online. Talk to Peter, he can probably get you UHMW skids shipped up here cheaply.

    The aluminum Honda skids are OK, but they only cover out to the frame rails. They will bend and don't slide across the rocks as well as UHMW will.
     
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    That UHMW plastic is the same stuff guys up here line the bottoms of their aluminum jet boats with.
     
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    Ive drug mine across rocks countless times without any damage. The uhmw skids have been known to crack. There are a couple of members on here that have had that issue. They are slick though and will slide off rocks easier. But that hasn't been a problem for me yet.
     
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    Think he can get high lifted a arms and lift kit as well? I'll call tomorrow
     
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    what happened to your rig? I guess I missed something... did you wreck it?
     
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    Donut gone wrong
     
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    I do not reccomend donuts. Just saying.
     
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    Yeah try telling that to a cop lol
     
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    Call Factory UTV for a quote on UHMW skid.
    Shipping to canada was reasonable.

    My STI beadlocks were only $121 CAD = $93 USD
     
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    Im gonna call them too. I want 2 6+1 HD6's for my front. Couldn't find anybody on eBay that sells them separately. But I didn't look too hard lol
     
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    Factory UTV is mostly just for the skid plates. I dont think they have wheels.

    I got my wheels from ATV Tires Canada - a good place to shop online for canadians but probably not for you.
     
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    Oh ok. I thought where you got your sti beadlocks from. Must've misread it
     
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    dude so i have searched through the forum, maybe not deeply enough, and im not able to find whether using the incorrect can am pattern is okay or not. it is 1mm wider, which is only a 1/2 on each side.

    what pattern are you running on your rims? the correct pattern is 4/136 but all the tire shops online that say honda 1000 all say the incorrect number, which is the can am number (4/137). thoughts?

    i see people running itp and diesel rims, which to my searching capability only make 4/137
     

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