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Custom Radiator Shroud.

Discussion in 'Pioneer 700 Accessories and Modifications' started by Hondasxs, Jul 22, 2013.

  1. Hondasxs

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    Looking at this image, A custom radiator shroud is going to be in-order as something for someone to design.

    If you plan on taking the Pioneer in the mud, especially deep mud, you should invest in spending some time to devise a radiator shroud. Seeing all that space should make it fairly easy to make.
    Just my thought.
     

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  2. slowdryrider

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    Seen that space earlier and have to say that it's going to be were my winch is going to be mounted.Will have to make a mount etc; because my winch mounts have been made with using a reciever on the front to beable to use the winch on either the front or the rear.I like having that option.
     
  3. nutmeg

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    Your right, that is alot of space. Sure a winch will go there but mud will still clog up that radiator. Will have to look at it.
     
  4. BigRiver

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    I plan on adding a Warn Bumper with the winch mounted on top of the bumper. After it's all together, I'll fab a cover for what may still be open.
     
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