My 700-4 Build - Honda Pioneer Forum
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post #1 of 5 Old 11-05-2016, 10:12 PM Thread Starter
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My 700-4 Build

My buddy and I bought a used 2016 Honda Pioneer 700-4 and a Marlon trailer for a great price. My buddy said he would spend 2/3 of the cost if I would trick out the Pioneer. I want to thank everyone on the forum for all of your ideas and suggestions regarding equipment and options for building out a great machine. I have made it street legal for day and night driving. I ran the Cree LED wiring through the rollcage tubing, so everything is really clean looking. Here is my build.

4500 lb Superwinch
KFI mounting plate for the winch
Lexan windshield
EMP aluminum roof
Quad Gear hand holds
Cree 20" LED light bar for the rear
Cree 32" curved light bar for the front - will be installed when my aluminum roof arrives
OTRATTW switches - Horn, USB, Volt Meter, Front LED, Rear LED, Winch In/Out, Turn Signals
Mounting plate for the switches
Turn Signal Lighting Kit - Turn signal LEDs, Horn, Lighted License Plate Holder, green turn signal indicators for dash panel
Blue Sea Fuse Block - 12 fuse slots available
Spare tire - front
Chains for front and rear tires
Plastic Waterproof Rubbermaid box to hold: 100' of additional winch rope, XP-10 battery jumper, 2 snatch block, first aid kit, tire repair kit, tree saver strap, jack, a few tools, small bow saw.
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very clean installations, toggle mounting looks great ....
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Mounting Plate

Hello- Nice post!
I just bought a Pioneer 700-4 and I want to start doing what you have done.
Where did you buy the mounting plate for switches?

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I bought it from the Mystic1219 who is on this forum. He will custom make the layout for the switches if he currently doesn't make one that works for you. I bought the switches from OTRATTW, they are a little spendy but are really high quality.
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