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Brand New 2019 Yamaha Grizzly 700 takes on the MUD

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Our new friend shows us what the brand new 2019 Yamaha grizzly 700 can do in the mud! He already started modding up his grizzly to help tackle the mud like never before! The 2019 yamaha grizzly really impressed me and I love the look of the 14" rims along with the 2" highlifer lift!

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That’s a great video, that place looks sick!! It looks like a power line trail? The new grizzly looks like a good machine. I see the only mods so far are tires and hand guards. It seems to pull through the mud pretty good.  Was that you that got swamped while filming on the side lines?

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13 hours ago, Frank Angerano said:

That’s a great video, that place looks sick!! It looks like a power line trail? The new grizzly looks like a good machine. I see the only mods so far are tires and hand guards. It seems to pull through the mud pretty good.  Was that you that got swamped while filming on the side lines?

It’s actually a 2018 I made a mistake haha but still brand new! And yeah it’s a power line trail! That’s where we do most of our mudding anyway. He does have some new clutching we installed on the 18. And yes that was me that got swamped lol

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YEAH BUDDY !!! ... That looked some GOOD TIMES Yamaha Grizzly Guy !!!  :jiggy:

 

 

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