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Old 11-09-2008, 08:34 PM
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any avid ATV'ers out here??

lets see your rides and share our stories here... i'll start...

here's a couple of stuck shots from a local derby, stock bike...i'm the stuck guy...





here's my bike as of today... got some new rubber, 26 inch mudTrax... 1 1/8th lugs, very similar to the mud lites, but 15-20 bucks less/tire!!



hopefully they'll get me out of "stuck", or just worse stuck!!!
 
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sherm it looks like your the only atver out here... bummer. That mud sure does look deep, in fact it looks like it could of swalloed your atv... what were you thinking. Those tires look like they'll do the job with a 50 shot of nitrus and if the don't work you could always back up the truck(problem solved). Sure does look like you had a blast

-quick note you should place your resperators in a air tight bag to keep the filters from drying out.
 
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Not exactly an ATV, but it is the same size as the Side-by-sides, and is registered as an Off Road Vehicle:
 
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that thing looks like a hoot too!!! got winches?
 
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Not yet, as soon as I figure out how to mount one strongly enough, one is going on the front
 
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I have benn quadding for many years.

Plan to buy a new Grizzly 700 soon, the model with EPS.
 
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should be safe to get the EPS now, they've got the kinks worked out. the first few runs of them had some problems, as is the case with most first run new things...
 
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I ride alot but I prefer the 2wheel drive
 
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i bought my wife a raptor 350 last fall. its a fun bike and pretty quick, but its too short and uncomfortable for me...
 
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Gunna resurect an old thread..
Here's mine before the ex took it.
 
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Nice grizz. My riding buddy has an older one, might be the 600 or 660 i think.
 
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Hello from below

Yep mine started leaking gas the other day and I need to get in there and figure out from where. I think its about time for newer one though.
 
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ii don't do trails anymore strictly race for me now heres my 840 renegade



 
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not excatly the same but i dirtbike (trail and track) i have a honda crf 150r and a 250x. plan on getting a 250r for the track soon because the 150 is too small
 
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not excatly the same but i dirtbike (trail and track) i have a honda crf 150r and a 250x. plan on getting a 250r for the track soon because the 150 is too small
Like you I prefer 2 wheels.
I am really into Dualsport exploring, and technical single track.
Since i bought a new large adventure bike, and super nimble trials bike, its opened up a new world of riding for me.
Now just need the time to get out riding more.
 

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