PROJECT MUD MACHINE: 2016 Polaris General “Wolverine”

Triple Threat Offroad built this beast of a Polaris RZR XP 1000. The color scheme is Neon Green, Oxygen Blue and white with upgrades that scream “custom build.”
August 29, 2016
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We see many incredibly wellbuilt machines in our line of work. Desert racers, woods rippers, trick track builds and mud runners are a big part of the collection of specialized and exotic vehicles we put in the pages of Dirt Wheels. We found four such unique machines searching for slop at the 2016 High Lifter Mud Nationals in Jacksonville, Texas, and had to share them with you. Triple Threat Offroad built three radical two-seater machines, which consist of two RZR XP 1000s and Polaris’ new General 1000. We found them in MSA Wheels’ tent for spectators to check out and convinced Triple Threat to let us capture their beauty with our camera lens. We later found Brent Griffith of Bulletproof Specialties, who went the route of building a massive RZR XP 1000 4. His red-and-white masterpiece was one of the taller machines at the event, and he informed us it once towered even more than where it sits now. Every time we travel to a High Lifter Mud Nationals event we find great project machines where the builders poured their heart and soul into creating a work of art. These four certainly qualify.

2016 Polaris General “Wolverine”
Built by Triple Threat Offroad
—TTO custom tonneau cover
—TTO custom cooler rack
—TTO custom hood
—TTO snorkels
—TTO iPad mount
—TTO rocker switches
—2 TTO 15-inch LED light bars
—2 TTO 30-inch light bars
—MSA Offroad Wheels 16×7 M26 Vibe wheels
—Wheel Pros Powersports Spike lug nut kit
—EFX Performance Tires 34x10x16 MotoBoss tires
—Top Kote two-tone powdercoat
—Custom paint by Torres Empire
—PRP seats
—Triple 7 cage
—10” Pushing Limits lift
Audio:
—6 JL Audio 6.5-inch door speakers
—3 JL Audio 10-inch subs
—Custom Door mounts for 6.5 Speakers
—1 JL Audio 1000-watt amp
—1 JL Audio 600-watt amp
—JL Audio Bluetooth controller
—Painted to match Yeti cooler
—Custom air brushed trim
—Orange synthetic winch rope

Triple Threat Offroad built this beast of a Polaris RZR XP 1000. The color scheme is Neon Green, Oxygen Blue and white with upgrades that scream “custom build.”
Triple Threat Offroad built this beast of a Polaris RZR XP 1000. The color scheme is Neon Green, Oxygen Blue and white with upgrades that scream “custom build.”
S3 Powersports provided the new A-arms for this build with Turner EVO axles installed.
S3 Powersports provided the new A-arms for this build with Turner EVO axles installed.
Nerf bars aren’t a necessity in mud riding. However, when you have a rig as tall as this, these Rogue Offroad nerfs can double as a step to climb into the RZR.
Nerf bars aren’t a necessity in mud riding. However, when you have a rig as tall as this, these Rogue Offroad nerfs can double as a step to climb into the RZR.
Triple Threat went to PRP Seats to get custom color-matched seats installed. The Triple Threat Offroad logo is stitched into the backs of the seats
Triple Threat went to PRP Seats to get custom color-matched seats installed. The Triple Threat Offroad logo is stitched into the backs of the seats
A Rogue Offroad rear winch bumper sits on the rear of this RZR with two 8-inch light bars incorporated into the design. This rig can get unstuck with a front and rear winch.
A Rogue Offroad rear winch bumper sits on the rear of this RZR with two 8-inch light bars incorporated into the design. This rig can get unstuck with a front and rear winch.
Two Triple Threat 30-inch light bars sit on the custom-built S3 Powersports roll cage. A full audio system, include a Wet Sounds Stealth 10 sound bar pumps music while this machine hits the mud.
Two Triple Threat 30-inch light bars sit on the custom-built S3 Powersports roll cage. A full audio system, include a Wet Sounds Stealth 10 sound bar pumps music while this machine hits the mud.

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