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Wanted to take a moment to give everyone an update on our Teryx build.

In speaking with UTV Off-Road Magazine, they have proposed a competition between our build and another build taking place. I have accepted the challenge and we are just waiting to hear as to whether the other build participants are interested. Regardless, our Teryx will still be featured in UTV Off-Road Magazine. With that said, we have opted to make a few changes based on items we wanted that we could not make happen with the existing setup.

First, Rigid Industries initially supplied us with their radius cage at a discounted price as well as with some PRP seats and a few other items at a discounted price. We are very greatful that Rigid helped us out in this way. At this time, we have chosen to remove the Radius cage and replace it with a complete custom one off cage currently being build by the incredible people at Motorsports Headquarters.

The Radius cage by Rigid Industries is a great looking cage, a very unique design and top quality workmanship and quality. Due to the nature of the design and some items we wanted to add, we could not build off of that cage, nor did we want to take away from the original design of their cage.

You can purchase Rigid's Radius cage at Rigid Industries - UTV Customization Yamaha Rhino, Polaris RZR, Polaris Ranger, Arctic Cat Prowler, Suspension, Long Travel, Performance, Cages, Bumpers, LED Light Bars and our cage will also be for sale as well within the classifieds area here.

The PRP seats will also be replaced with front and rear seats from Twisted Stitch, this is to further distinguish our build as a truly custom machine, different from the other Teryx being build. Only for that reason will the PRP seats be replaced, however, they will live out the rest of their days happy inside NEVERENOUGH's Teryx.

The 30" Holder Off-Road LED lightbar will be removed and replaced with a 40" Holder Off-Road LED lightbar as we feel the larger size will look more proportionate.

And finally, the existing NightOwl HIDs HID conversion will be replaced by NightOwl HIDs dual bulb design to give us back our low beams as well as have HID high beams.

So here is where we are at now ;) Looks like this thing needs a bath as well.



 

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Hey glad to see some real work getting done. When you finsih I am sure it will be a truely unique machine and look forward to seeing it finished and heliping in any way possible. The TeryxHQ headrests will live on and be used to the max in my machine. Thanks for the update and keep us posted.
 
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