BuckBilly

02 Ozark finally let me down.

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Owned the Ozark for 7 years before it let me down. Wheel bearings went out. Pretty impressive since it is a bulldozzer / puller / joy rig. Pretty reliable if you ask me.

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Owned the Ozark for 7 years before it let me down. Wheel bearings went out. Pretty impressive since it is a bulldozzer / puller / joy rig. Pretty reliable if you ask me.

Is that the Ozark in your profile pic? If it is, that is pretty good considering you submerge it in water and all...:biggrin:

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Is that the Ozark in your profile pic? If it is, that is pretty good considering you submerge it in water and all...:biggrin:
It's the same one from my profile pic . Only stream cross once in a blue moon or two. I change all oils 3 times a year. Rear end oil is pretty cheap to change.

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7 years and this is the first issue, I can only hope that my LTR is as reliable as that.

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7 years and this is the first issue, I can only hope that my LTR is as reliable as that.
I hope so to! I pretty impressed with the Ozark's reliability.

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I hope so to! I pretty impressed with the Ozark's reliability.

That is very reliable. You should write a review on it!! As a matter of fact..we should have an atv review section!!

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That is very reliable. You should write a review on it!! As a matter of fact..we should have an atv review section!!
How about a Hookers with atv section to?:huh:

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How about a Hookers with atv section to?:huh:

You can start that in the over 18 forum...:biggrin:

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You can start that in the over 18 forum...:biggrin:
:smilielol5c::biglaugh::smilielol5c::biglaugh:

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