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My new toy for my hijet.

Discussion in 'Daihatsu Hi jet' started by starpuss, Aug 7, 2010.

  1. starpuss

    starpuss Member

    this is my new toy i picked up for my hijet. 2005 polaris predator troy lee edition

    I picked it up dirt cheap.

    And on my way home (2am) from test driving it. I had lots of people flash me thinking my hi beams where on! LoL, I think I am going to have to Ada – Leaf to the back of the truck!

    Also I saw one other looks like a Honda mini truck on my way to where I test drove it. (Marchand mb)

    And I need to make some kind of “stops” to hold the quad in place on the truck so it will not hit the back of the cab. And make some kind of customs hold downs for the quad.

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  2. fupabox

    fupabox Well-Known Member

    Nice quad.....I'm thinking air adjustable shocks on the back of mine for the big loads..I had 1200lbs of terazzo tile and mastic in the back of mine last week and was getting the flash as well:D
  3. Stuff99

    Stuff99 Active Member Staff Member

    aww it matches!!
  4. fupabox

    fupabox Well-Known Member

    those quad rims/tires would look great on the Hijet
  5. BigJoel

    BigJoel Member

    Haha.. that's cool. My wheeler won't fit in the back of my truck.
  6. starpuss

    starpuss Member

    ??? y not.. i had a 2010 thunder cat 1000 on the back of my truck last month and it has i think 28" tires or so if i am right.
  7. redgreen

    redgreen Member

    Lots of room !!

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  8. Dan

    Dan Member


    we got the little wheeler for the little truck...
  9. BigJoel

    BigJoel Member

    It's just a little long with the bumpers, and since i have a jumbo cab. Width wise is little hairy due to the wheel spacers on my wheeler. I suppose it'll fit, i'm just don't feel comfortable with it back there.

    Really like your set up redgreen. That's sick..
  10. Stuff99

    Stuff99 Active Member Staff Member

    lol thats what good tie downs are for.

    working surveys we put 2 side by side on the deck on top of the truck box. they used to just use the winch cables to hold them down until one day one guys fell off the back and the winch line acted like a surfer cable and he dragged it down the highway for about 10 miles with a quad ramping up the ditches and so forth doing its own freestyle lol

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