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And secure those winch wires to the frame tube with zip ties
Great looking Ranger. My first 900 was the same color, although the short bus variant.
16" MSA M20 Kore wheels
30" EFX Moto MTC tires
The most important part isn't lift. Front arms that move the hubs forward make a bigger difference. You can, with rubbing if you wheel it, get away with 30' with no lift and forward arms. To reduce rubbing to almost never, forward front arms and 2" of lift will work well. There are a few ways to go about this. The way I have gone with 2 different 900's now is an 8-arm kit that builds 2-3" of lift into the arms. The kit includes forward front arms and they are arched, which adds a bit of improved clearance.
On my new machine, also running 30's, I used the full 3" lift kit from Outkast Fabworx. You can read about them and then rest of the crap I bolted onto my Ranger here: teshreve's 2016 Ranger 900 Build Thread
Also be prepared to get a long shopping list together after reading this thread
2015 900 XP Sandstone Metallic
Fixed Glass Windshield
Lock & Ride Rear Glass
Lock & Ride Sport Roof
Polaris Extreme Bumper
Viper Elite 4000 winch
12" Light bar
3" Full Outkast lift
14" MSA Vibe wheels
30" Pro Armor Crawler XG
Garage Products Bushings
Fueled by Busch Light
Nice. Got one just like it!
3-point turns will be the rule.
I wanted it for the additional HP for dragging logs and towing.
There are tradeoffs. Enjoy the positives.