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Well, I finally got my parts on my atv. I ordered the H-SPP-W-2.5 Kit from Aluminum Products. This kit inlcuded the stik-gards (3 sided), full belly skid plate, front bash plate with hook holster, winch mounting plate, Warn 2.5, roller fairlead, and mini-rocker switch. I also put a set of ITP Mud Lite XL's 26x10-12 front and 26x12-12 rear on ITP C-Series Type 5 wheels. Everything installed easy and didn't take long considering I worked alone. I like my new Foreman more and more everyday. Finally I can edit my sig and put some mods under my atv! Hope you enjoy the pics.
 

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More pics
 

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Love it!!! Love it!

That looks great!
Now I want the AP Skids and a warn 3.0 even more
 

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Looks great. Looks to pretty to git dirty .
 

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Wow, that is one nice clean lookin foreman.
 

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Hey I'm going to send you mine so you can do that to it! LOL
 

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How about you trade yours for mine .
 

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Thats a clean install. I mounted my winch solenoid in my box also. Hopefully keep some of the mud and muck from gettin to it.
 

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Wow is that clean, I wonder how long the strap in the back box will look like that
 

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Thanks for all the replies guys. My atv is real clean, I know. But, it is real new also. I really wanted to put my AP kit on a clean atv and not bolt it on over mud. But, I haven't had a chance to get out on the trails yet. I will be taking a trip soon to do a pre-ride for a ride in March. So, the shinny black frame and shinny wheels will be not so clean then. I am anxious to see how the Mud Lites do on the trail also.
 

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Do they tell you to put the wire contact module inside the rear dry box? Are you going to seal the hole up with anything? I think I will get this kit also and am just wondering about it all.
 

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Do they tell you to put the wire contact module inside the rear dry box? Are you going to seal the hole up with anything? I think I will get this kit also and am just wondering about it all.
It says to try put it in a dry place, i.e. under seat, inside rear dry nox. So, knowing that it would cut down on storage space, I felt like the rear dry box would be a good place for the contact module. I drilled about a 3/4 hole in the dry box for the wires to go through. I haven't yet, but I will seal the hole with silicone caulk....a tip from one of my riding friends.
 

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Nice foreman!!!
 

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Nice foreman!!!
 

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2Foreman,

Thanks for bringing this one back to the top, that Foreman looks great with the AP stuff. I have been on the fence about the front skid plate, but after seeing that I am gonna order one today!
 

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Looks great, one of the best i've seen for installs cleanly. Enjoy it, I like my MudLites a lot for both mud and trail.
 

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VERY Nice Bike , those skids look tough !!!
 

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Very nice install,the bike looks sharp.
 
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