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Wow, don't think I've been here since 2014 but I sure enjoyed flipping through these pages of everyones nice Grizzlies! The new automotive style paint in the recent years is really sharp looking. I still have and love my 2014 700 that i bought new in late 2013! It's spent the majority of the last 6 or 7 years pushing snow in the winters and pulling small trailers for yard work and garbage runs, only has around 2000 miles now. It has been an amazing unit, and I haven't had to repair a single thing, still original battery.
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Wow, don't think I've been here since 2014 but I sure enjoyed flipping through these pages of everyones nice Grizzlies! The new automotive style paint in the recent years is really sharp looking. I still have and love my 2014 700 that i bought new in late 2013! It's spent the majority of the last 6 or 7 years pushing snow in the winters and pulling small trailers for yard work and garbage runs, only has around 2000 miles now. It has been an amazing unit, and I haven't had to repair a single thing, still original battery.
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Where did you find your case in the front, looks good!
 

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Where did you find your case in the front, looks good!
It's an Ogio soft case. Bought it from my local dealer back in 2014 ish. Excellent quality, highly recommend 👌
 
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Must be hot to ride without those side panels. I busted one of mine and the side of my shin cooked every time I rode it. Luckily I found a replacement on ebay.
 

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Just finished installing rox risers, CR high bends, grips, and some bark busters... also did the renegade foot pegs. Feels like a different bike entirely lol
Any issues with brake lines or throttle cable with the raised bar height?
I like that look of the bars above the pod light. Not sure if that would be a bit too high for me ergonomicly. How is the sweep back on those bars compared to OEM grizzly bars? Same, more or hopefully less?
 

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The bars do sit a bit higher than oem. Significantly less back sweep on them too.

I did not have to extend any lines although it took a little of rotation on some of the controls but that’s only because of the bark busters, had I not installed them you could put your factory controls at exactly the same rotation. I may still play around with the right side a little to get the bark buster rotated up a smidge.
 

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Madawaska Valley Area, Summer/Fall 2022
 

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