This is the nicest XO skeleton that I've ever seen fabricated for a UTV. I just wonder what they could come up with for a Reeper and make a nice tight roll system with the removable sections for the hood like these have. These where done by Skinny Pedal Fabraction. Unknown location I just happen to see the RZR for sale on Ebay
Looks pretty cool. The back looks really good. I keep looking at it and for the life of me I can't figure out why they didn't run bars along the outside of the front fenders and tie them in to the bumper under the headlights. I think one for the Reeper would or could look fairly similar. The hardest area of course being the doors. The downside I think is know matter how strong the cage is, the weakest link is still the frame.i f you hit hard on one wheel at a bad angle while rolling down a hill.
That is a bit more then just an XO skeleton. From the front fenders back has its own panels attached between each bar. To build one over our body would seem to add to much weight to the unit and rob power. That looks to have many more mods under that skin as well.
Post by REID's Triple T on Nov 28, 2016 11:10:52 GMT -5
Man, that exoskeleton is beefy! I would have done it a bit different but I can't tell much from the pics. I bet that cage is a back half kit where it's basically the chassis from mid way back to the back. I always thought that a Reeper would look pretty good if you did a simple exo-cage with tubes either protecting the fenders or replacing them then tying to some sliders and front and rear bumpers. Then, if you wanted to beef up the upper part, go from the sliders and fenders up the A pillar and run a spreader bar.
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