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I have a 2003 rincon it has a ramsey wireless winch, AP bash plate, grip heaters, and a hitch. Everything else is stock. I need some help picking some items out I’m very new to atv’s and riding. If you had about $500 dollar what would you get? Maybe the next 5 items you think I should get? This is just some things I have seen on message board and they are not in any order.

Uni-Air Filter
Jet Kit
Front a-arm plate
Rear a-arm plate
Kimpex Front
Kimpex Rear Bumper
Front Cargo (box or bag)
Rear Cargo (box or bag)
Temp Guage
Rims: (itp c-series 5 ?)
Tires: (Dirt Devil XT?)
Detroit Gearless Locker
Full belly - Skid Plate ( Aluminum Products or PRM)
Front Disc Brake
Synthetic Rope
Exhaust (??)
GPS
 

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big horn radials...
highlifter springs(for the shocks)or if you want to blow 2000 real quick elka shocks!!
hand guards..
temp guage..
warn or kimpex front bumper..
some kind of box that holds extra gas..(tamarack or moose)
gearless locker?
spot light or extra piaa lights?
tachometer..
but #1 is ride it as much as you can..
this list is endless as you will find out as time goes on...
 

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Toolman- Sometimes I have trouble making a new thread for a post so I am going to ad this one onto this one. I would like to ask you about your Big Horns.
Most of the ones I have seen running Big Horns are in the western states and do mostly trail riding. Have you tried yours in the mud? I have never seen anyone really say much about how they do in some serious mud. They look like they would do pretty well. I have been bouncing back and forth with 689s and Mudlites but I really like the looks of the Big Horns. Thanks
 

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New tires should be niext on your list....

Sorry dmax, I know nothing about the bighorns......
 

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Get the Dyno Kit, HL springs and the Big Horn radials. The PRM Skids were my first investment for riding thr rocky trails around here.

I have been in a few big mud holes with mine and they did fine. I do not really look for them just take them when required to get down the trail.
 

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big horns hold their own in normal trail mud conditions,now if your going to go rack deep,i don't think you will be happy..
 

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if this helps here are the mods i have, and the ones i still want to do...

1 26" mudlites(10 ft 12r) i have a spare set of stockers for dry riding
2 jet kit
3 warn front bumper i like the warn better than the kimpex
4 front and rear stick gards(aluminum products)


thing i will do next(in order)

1 full belly skid
2 temp gauge
3 k-n filter
4 2" exaust mod
5 winch
 
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