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Hello from an excited noob!

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Hello community!

 

Owned a 2002 stock LE for almost a year now, and after a few ventures up FSRs for camping, canoeing and ski-touring days I'm keen to try out this off-road business a little more. I watched a couple of YouTube videos (isnt that how everyone starts a new hobby these days?) and got pointed here. Aim is to start with a couple of modest modifications to expand the reach of where I can travel to and go from there. I'm assuming the first mod is a lift of some kind, bigger tires etc? 

 

Anyway, looking forward to delving into this a lot more and starting to make some modest mods as I go.

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Hello community!
 
Owned a 2002 stock LE for almost a year now, and after a few ventures up FSRs for camping, canoeing and ski-touring days I'm keen to try out this off-road business a little more. I watched a couple of YouTube videos (isnt that how everyone starts a new hobby these days?) and got pointed here. Aim is to start with a couple of modest modifications to expand the reach of where I can travel to and go from there. I'm assuming the first mod is a lift of some kind, bigger tires etc? 
 
Anyway, looking forward to delving into this a lot more and starting to make some modest mods as I go.







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Thanks R50JR. The first video is actually the reason I found this forum! Very useful info in that.

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