There are not many people who
believe that a zombie apocalypse would
actually occur, but the build team at
HMF felt it would be good to be prepared.
There is a Hi-Jack UTV jack stand
mounted to the side of the RZR, as well
as a few fire extinguishers just in case.
HMF went with a set of Maxxis Bighorn
truck tires on 15-inch OMF rims to help
with ground clearance and gain traction
in multiple types of terrain.
The custom HMF bumper holds two sets of lights and a
$359.95 Super Winch that strengthened the front of the RZR
by being built into the frame.
HMF built a
custom tire rack
that unbolts from
the frame and
drops down to
act as a handy
specially built doors built by HMF to
keep the riders safe from invading
zombies or roll-overs in rough terrain.
Storage is important to have for
long expeditions. The more supplies
that you can carry, the further you
can travel. HMF installed a front rack
onto the apocalyptic RZR, which can
be folded up when emptied to access
the batteries. Ten-watt Solar panels
were incorporated onto the roof of the
Polaris to recharge components with
the engine off. They go for $114.95 for
a set with a built-in battery tender.
There is even more storage behind
the LED light bar that is on the roof.
The rear of the machine has a custom-built spare tire rack that folds
down and doubles as a table. When
the spare tire rack is folded down,
you can gain access to equipment in
the bed of the RZR.
When you are on the run from
a mob of flesh-eating zombies, the
terrain you travel on will vary. A
HCR suspension kit was outfitted to
the RZR to provide better ground
clearance and widen the stance. The
kit will run you around $3849. HMF
installed Maxxis Big Horn truck tires
that are mounted on 15-inch OMF
zero-offset rims, creating a wheelbase 5 inches wider than stock and
raising ground clearance. The rims
will run you $229.95 each.
Suspension is very important when
it comes to traversing multiple types
of terrain, so a set of custom Walker
Evans 2. 5 shocks was installed on all
four corners of the RZR for $677.95 per
shock. The added weight of survival
gear warranted stiffer suspension.
When the ride gets bumpier than