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Yamaha Grizzly 700 Takes on MAY MUD!

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Yamaha Grizzly 700 Takes on May Mud!

Its crazy where these Yamaha grizzly 700 can take us in little over a hour or mudding time! May is here and its time to see what the may mud has to offer the grizzly 700!

Surprisingly the Yamaha Grizzly 700 never got stuck that many times in the may mud but hey, we never really went out to get stuck! It was cool to see what the May Mud had to offer the yammies.

Again I would like https://myneighbourhoodnl.com/ for the supply of rags they gave us! I would highly recommend checking them out if you need any rags its going to a good cause!


Few cool things are coming together for myself and Jon in may! Gonna be a pretty cool partner joining in with us pretty soon!

Make sure to follow the Yamaha grizzly 700 on instagram!

instagram.com/offroad.dan
instagram.com/muddymillz

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Great stuff brother.  I loved the first mud hole!  I’ve been following on IG for quite some time now, always great posts.

The boxes on the rear racks. Are they pelican ? And what do you keep in them ? 

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22 hours ago, Frank Angerano said:

Great stuff brother.  I loved the first mud hole!  I’ve been following on IG for quite some time now, always great posts.

The boxes on the rear racks. Are they pelican ? And what do you keep in them ? 

There not Pelican but they are water proof and all that. I have one box for my camera/ gopro stuff. The other one seems to be a junk drawer lol. The box on the silver one carry a few essential tools a knife, toilet paper and all that good stuff!

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