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I took my kfx out and it didn't sound right. Besides bouncing off the rev limiter, does it sound right to you?

 

 

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No different. Clutch was fine. It's hard to push a 2wd in the snow. Lol.

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Yea I figured as much everything sounds different in the snow.  Except for my wife, she always sounds the same for some reason year round !!! 🤔

😂 kidding! 

I think it’s just that steering. The traction you can get with the right tires. But then front wheels just have a mind of there own. 

Bike looks good.   A little tight getting out next to them cars....... 

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I tried itp, ambush, maxxis and even sand tires in the snow on 2wd. I was able to control with the sandtires in the snow. Not so much with the others.

I think our wives are related some how cause I got some of that going on on too. Lol.

My driveway is tight. But then again I don't ride on the street except for in the snow. I always bring is somewhere that I can't get all jammed up.


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lol that’s great. I sure wish we had some snow here.  I am making a pledge this year to ride our asses off! I want to head out and even stay over night if need be and do some good trails. I may look into an enclosed trailer.   Fundraiser rides, poker runs etc and even take a ride up by you and do that spring ride we posted about.  Hopefully we get a few more members to join in. But I have to get out and ride more! That’s a fact! 

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Isn't that the truth. I need more machine time. I usually take 1 or 2 trips a year to go riding. I have everything for a campsite. And a few people I go with.

Funny you mention a fund raiser. I was thinking about posting on Facebook a fundraiser for people with MS that are struggling. I don't know all the details yet.



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We do need time.   I have friends that are dropping like flies.  We need to live brother.  I have my two boys and they are good to go so any plans you are making count me in! 

 

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count me in too......except I cant drive yet:nah::sad:

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I'd take that trip. I have enough room on my trailer for 2 quads and 2 bikes. It's crammed but I fit it.

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3 hours ago, Frank Angerano said:

Maybe a road trip to VA in the near future if @JacobSlabach has some places to ride ! 

Go see some moonshine stills! 🤣

ever been to Hatfield McCoy in WV?  those trails are pretty savage...  I dont have any trails near me😣

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Are they far from you? Worst case, we all meet up and go together. I'm down for some camping

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haha I'm not sure.  I think thats one of the closest trials to me...  I dont know how all that works as I've never 'been riding' (other than at a friends house or at my grandparents farm)

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Frank. Simply put. That looks freaking awesome. It's cheap camping with or without electric. It's not that far away either

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Jacob. We all started somewhere and by riding we get the experience. Don't be intimidated by a new place. Ride what you feel comfortable with. By going hard on new trails equals disaster.

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I would be the one to get out there and go hard and wreck :biglaugh:

but yea I would love to go riding!  right now, I dont have a good reliable quad (bayou seems to have issues weekly lol)  the sportsman is still under the weather.  That, and if I came, Id have to go with my dad (I'm a minor)  and then Id have to have two quads...  I mean, I could bring the bayou and sportsman once i fix it, but I cant promise we wouldnt be towing one home at the end of the day...

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I am capable of traumatic care just so everyone knows.

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I am capable of traumatic care just so everyone knows.

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Let's get you going. Need help with anything?

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a polaris 850 sportsman high lifter edition would sure hit tha spot.......:jiggy:

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I'm getting the way they measure db levels. You can go to your local police department and they will test it for you.

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I got my sportsman fixed.....so I got one bike I would put on the trail..  I'm trying to sell the bayou soon..  I would really need two reliable bike to go riding because my dad would probably want to come along.

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