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Dirt Digger Buggy- Pioneer 1000-6

2023 Honda Pioneer 1000-6 with Mods used as a driver around the town and some trail riding.
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DirtDigger06

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It really hasn’t been that bad. But I will add that I don’t hot rod too too much and take turns pretty reasonable. I rolled one a few years back being dumb and I have changed a lot about how I drive because of it.
I have some Toyo R/T on my 250 and honestly they remind me a lot of it. These are a DOT tire and have a pretty thick sidewall (think 11 ply. Might be confused with the Toyos) which I think helps the tire hold and not try to roll. The Pioneer, because of the lift, feels a little top heavy as well. You can certainly feel it want to lean in a 35MPH turn.
Off-road wise I have been pretty happy. I have only run my property because of work and family sports, but have not had any issues there. It goes through pretty well given they are road based tire. I did take it on a bigger 100 acre job I have which had to be mowed and cleared. I rode it around out there in a lot of mowed thicket and never had a flat from stumps either so for me they passed the toughness test for sure.
 
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Yea, you wanna try and keep it shiny side up.
You could always add wheel spacers to widen the track a little bit for a more stable feeling. With the lift and tires your about 5” above stock ride height so a little width increase might be just the ticket.
 
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DirtDigger06

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I have thought about it but bumping those tires out that far means fender flares and I just don’t know if I can like that set up. Haha. May not have a choice.
 
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Keep center of gravity in mind when installing stuff and keep heavy weights lower if at all possible.
 
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I have thought about it but bumping those tires out that far means fender flares and I just don’t know if I can like that set up. Haha. May not have a choice.
I think all P1’s should consider adding mudbuster flares to them. Even on a stock tire set up. Makes all the difference especially if your married🥳

Do u have any pics to add for this new set up your describing?
 
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DirtDigger06

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I think all P1’s should consider adding mudbuster flares to them. Even on a stock tire set up. Makes all the difference especially if your married🥳

Do u have any pics to add for this new set up your describing?
Just realized I haven’t updated my photos highlighting the mods. Work has picked up and it’s 6 days a week right now.

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