I hate to hear of your troubles, and was hoping your situation would be different.First review on the Rockcrushers - not great.:suspicion:
The mounting plates for the front (the part that replaces the spindles) was made of aluminium and did not hold up at all.
Both sides bent at first, then one finally let go and is damaged beyond repair.
Tough to get around on 3 wheels..Very tough.
Don't get me wrong, I understand that these are extreme tires and there will be consequences.
Called Rockcrusher to find out that they are hearing other reports of the same problem and now make that part out of steel!
WTH? I didn't get the memo!
So I ordered a pair (the brackets/spindles are seperate from the gear boxes) becuase the whole set is now usesless with 2 boxes out of commission - at my expesne, I might add....No sale price, or sympathy given. It also took 2 days to get ahold of them - again (I received similar service when ordering initially) :livid:
I also ordered ball joints,tie rod ends, 1 A arm and one axle from Polaris to replace damaged parts from the wheel coming off.
The extra width will also over run the suspension in extremely twisty terrain. Turning the dampening adjustment up helped but stiffer springs would work better.
Having said all that, the places you can go with these tires, ground clearance and the gear reduction to turn them is amazing. Even with 34s, it is geared lower than stock.
I am currently back to stock and unsure if I will put them back on. I believe that the steel mounts will be better but this is a specialty set up with one supplier that so far has not been been great with customer support.
While crawling and wallowing through deep holes is fun, this set up takes away ALL of the fast/nimble features of the 1000.
In a perfect world, I would have 2 machines set up very differently.