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Brian 'woody' Swearingen

Offroad enthusiast, photographer, online editor and admin...IPA and cigar fan too :)

D&L Machine RZR Air Box

D&L Machine RZR Air Box

The Polaris RZR air intake system is notorious for not filtering well….the 2008 models had major issues with particles in the throttle body, and while the 2009-2010 models are improved, it’s nothing more than a band-aid over a machete wound. …

1 Comment / 11 View / June 16, 2010

ATR Dash Bar – RockCrawler RZR

ATR Dash Bar – RockCrawler RZR

If you play at all, you are going to flop your RZR…if you play hard, you are likely to do a full roll.  And if you’ve spent any time researching on the internet, you’ve seen the images of the RZR…

3 Comments / 4 View / May 26, 2010

RockCrawler RZR install: MotoAlliance Viper EX4000 winch

RockCrawler RZR install: MotoAlliance Viper EX4000 winch

MotoAlliance has built a nice reputation in the UTV/ATV market for their affordable yet high-quality winches…add on the two year warranty that comes stock with their Elite series, and you’ve got a great value.  But why add the winch so…

0 Comments / 104 View / May 14, 2010

All Terrain Research “Chassis Ribs”

All Terrain Research “Chassis Ribs”

Another major recommended addition for a stock or LE model RZR are “Chassis Ribs” from All Terrain Research.  Like the previously installed “Chassis Bones,” these help prevent the RZR chassis from bending during jumping/landing by tying the rear suspension mounts…

0 Comments / 3 View / May 11, 2010

All Terrain Research “Chassis Bones” install on the RockCrawler RZR

All Terrain Research “Chassis Bones” install on the RockCrawler RZR

First on the project list were the items that would help keep the OEM parts from disintegrating after it’s first trip out. Did some online research and one of the companies that jumped out was All Terrain Research out of…

3 Comments / 2 View / April 22, 2010

2009 Polaris RockCrawler RZR

2009 Polaris RockCrawler RZR

A new 2009 Polaris Ranger/RZR LE in Nuclear Orange has been added to the stable of RockCrawler.com rides…stay tuned in the coming months as this rig gets built into a capable trail machine!

0 Comments / 1 View / February 27, 2010