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post #11 of 117 Old 01-26-2010, 05:40 AM
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Could also try a bicycle shop. That's what I did for the throttle on a custom goped I built. Throttle cable was nearly 8 feet long.
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ok, so do you cut all the way through the wires and only attach the 2 on the wiring harness, or do you just strip them and bridge them together?

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ok, so do you cut all the way through the wires and only attach the 2 on the wiring harness, or do you just strip them and bridge them together?

Cut both wires and just connect the two wires from the wiring harness together.

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-Trail Tech Vapor
-Trail Tech HI-Rise Bar Clamp
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-Two Brothers slip on
-Reverse Rev Limiter Removed
-Reverse Lever Located to Handle Bars
-Warn 1500 lb Winch
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Thanks for all the good info.
Can I see some pictures of your winch?

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-CP Piston 12:1 & Web Stage 2 Cam
-13t Sprocket
-Trail Tech Vapor
-Trail Tech HI-Rise Bar Clamp
-PRM Front Bumper
-PCV w/autotune
-Two Brothers slip on
-Reverse Rev Limiter Removed
-Reverse Lever Located to Handle Bars
-Warn 1500 lb Winch

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You buy the winch mounting plate, or did you make your own?

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Duravette,
That is a great install of your winch.
Can you provide us with part numbers or links so we can build one. (winch,roller things,bumper,anything else that we need.)
Also does it mount where a steering stabilizer mounts.
A picture where it mounts would be great.
Thanks
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Duravette,
That is a great install of your winch.
Can you provide us with part numbers or links so we can build one. (winch,roller things,bumper,anything else that we need.)
Also does it mount where a steering stabilizer mounts.
A picture where it mounts would be great.
Thanks
Alex
http://i476.photobucket.com/albums/r...X/IMG_0123.jpg

I had to make the winch mount. The hardest part was make a mount that would relocate the upper shock mounts out one inch. You can see this in the photo. Were you see the D-ring thats ware the shock was mounted. The D-ring is great for a anchor point. The nice thing was I didn't have to cut or weld anything to the frame. Far as moving the shocks out one inch I haven't noticed any handling difference.

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WARN XT15 12V DC ATV Winch 1500-Lb
Part Number: 78500 $399.00
PRM-ATV
Baja Bumper SKU: XX701 $89.95
Some Custom Mounting Plates
Part Number: You!!! $???.??
One Tennis Ball
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-CP Piston 12:1 & Web Stage 2 Cam
-13t Sprocket
-Trail Tech Vapor
-Trail Tech HI-Rise Bar Clamp
-PRM Front Bumper
-PCV w/autotune
-Two Brothers slip on
-Reverse Rev Limiter Removed
-Reverse Lever Located to Handle Bars
-Warn 1500 lb Winch
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well, you just made my front bumper choice very easy.got any pics of the winch mounting location and the shock relocation?

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Curious as to how many people have actually done this yet? I did it tonight, along with tapping into wire 11 for the tach lead to my TT Vapor. It was a little tricky to even find the pcm, and once I did locate it, those wires are SHORT and don't give ya a great deal of room to work!! I got it all done, but haven't started it back up to try it out, just gone done checking the valve clearances after about 20 hours of riding since new, they were spot on!! Look forward to getting the EHS big 3 on and getting her back together!!!!
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I wanna see some people post some GPS verified reverse numbers.

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