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Any Wolverine owners out there? Just picked up a 2022 X/TR with 50 miles on it and have been adding mods before summer gets here.
 

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How you liking it? I just bought my 2022 about 2 months ago and can't wait to take it out for a ride, it is replacing my 2009 Rhino which has been one helluva machine for me since day 1.
 

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Loving it. Way better ride, handling and power over the Rhino. We use it in the mountain touring and also for hunting. The SSV Works stereo is a nice upgrade. Fuel mileage is pretty decent.
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Very nice! Did you lift the front, add bigger tires? Looking at the front and rear fenders your machine looks more level than mine.

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I like the orange.

No lift on it as it then wouldn't fit in my trailer. The tires are 30" x 12" rim Carnivores. I run those in the mountains and I have a set of mudlites for spring and fall.
 

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I like the orange.

No lift on it as it then wouldn't fit in my trailer. The tires are 30" x 12" rim Carnivores. I run those in the mountains and I have a set of mudlites for spring and fall.
Thanks. Any trouble spinning those bigger tires without a clutch kit?
 

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Thanks. Any trouble spinning those bigger tires without a clutch kit?
I just went out to look at the tires. I'm running 28 x 9 x 14. No, I don't have a clutch kit in it. I was thinking of putting one in and maybe a tune, but decided against it. I'm getting tired of "modding". lol
But to answer your question, I don't have any issues turning them at all. I'm mostly in high gear unless I'm in mud or muskeg. I try not to play in that chit anymore. Then I'm in low.
 

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I just went out to look at the tires. I'm running 28 x 9 x 14. No, I don't have a clutch kit in it. I was thinking of putting one in and maybe a tune, but decided against it. I'm getting tired of "modding". lol
But to answer your question, I don't have any issues turning them at all. I'm mostly in high gear unless I'm in mud or muskeg. I try not to play in that chit anymore. Then I'm in low.
They do look bigger than 28" and I hear you about modding, I did a lot of that to my Rhino but I'm going to hold off on doing any clutch mods and keep it stock. I do ride a fair amount of mud where I ride only because it can't be avoided but I'll stick with the stock tires for now but it's good to know I can go up in size without doing any clutch work.
 
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Been putting some time on getting my Wolverine setup the way I like it, 32" light bar, glove box light (led), wireless remote for my winch, dual fast charge USB charger and door pockets installed on Saturday.
 

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Where did you get the door pockets? Do they have drain holes?
I got them off Amazon, they do not have drain holes but you can just make your own which I don't plan on doing until I get some seat time this summer. Your machine doesn't have the indents in the door and the pre-drilled holes but you might be able to make them work by lining it up and making your own holes but the pocket won't hold a whole lot without those indents in the doors.

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How many km do you guys have on these units and is there anything to look for on a used one

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I've got a little over 200 miles on mine. Just the usual stuff when looking at a used machine but I would also look at the drain vent under the air box in the front to make sure it's there. There's been an issue lately of them falling off and when crossing creeks or shallow rivers water can get down into your engine. I pulled mine of, tossed that stupid weak spring clamp and put a hose clamp on it. The 850 is a very quiet machine compared to the 1000, a lot of people complain about the engine noise of the 1k which was one of the reasons I went with the 850.
 

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I have a 22 wolverine r max , been awesome so far . I've added a rear window and front glass windshield from super atv , fender flares and firewall mud guards from mudbusters as well as a soundbar from ecoxgear . I also made a rear gun scabbard bracket and another level of storage on the box . The wife wants to have the soft upper half doors for when it's cold now , mods seem endless .
 

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I have a 22 wolverine r max , been awesome so far . I've added a rear window and front glass windshield from super atv , fender flares and firewall mud guards from mudbusters as well as a soundbar from ecoxgear . I also made a rear gun scabbard bracket and another level of storage on the box . The wife wants to have the soft upper half doors for when it's cold now , mods seem endless .

That will be my next sxs I think, looks awesome


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