If mud is on your menu, the new High Lifter
Outlaw 2 has lugs all the way to the rim, a flat
profile for a smooth ride on hard ground, and
aggressive, self-cleaning lugs.
as tough as tires come, and they last
quite a long time. If you are looking for
Bighorn-type traction with less weight
and puncture resistance, the Bighorn
2.0 is a lighter alternative.
The “ATV Consent Decree” made manufacturers limit 4x4 weights to 600 pounds, so OEM skid plates
are usually thin plastic. Full-aluminum skids for chassis and A-arms better protect your investment.
HEAVY-DUTY SKID PLATES
If you abuse your ATV like we do, the weak, stock, plastic skid plates are definitely not going to cut it. Ricochet Offroad Armor sells some of the most sano aluminum ATV skids we have ever laid eyes on. Ricochet sells complete skid sets for
the Grizzly 660 and 700. Both include front and rear A-arm protection and front-to-rear chassis protection. The set for the 700 even includes protection for the
floorboards. At $420 for the 660 and $500 for the 700, the Ricochet skids are not
cheap, but they can save you serious money in future repairs. We have mounted
many different brands of skid plates, and the Ricochet skids mount simply and
securely without any headaches or modifications.
If you like to take your
Grizzly as far or deep as it will
go, you need a reliable winch.
Warn winches have been
proving their worth since their
inception in 1959. Yes, that’s
right; Warn winches have
been pulling recreational vehi-
cles out of mud, snow and
other bad situations for more
than 50 years. The top-of-the-
line Warn XT-series winches
feature 50 feet of super-
strong, synthetic rope and a
fully sealed winching system.
The XT even operates by
wireless remote, so you can
stand safely out of the danger
zone when winching. q
The more extreme terrain that you ride, the more your Grizzly needs a winch, but this Warn XT25 is almost overkill; a
new XT15 or XT17 is fine for 4x4 ATVs.