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I got to get out and ride raining but it's around 67 deg. as long as you don't go to fast once your wet it's not bad. It hasn't rained enough to get the trails good & muddy yet.

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have fun ... wet weather riding is a blast as long as traction in rough wooded terrain dosent bite u in the azz ...lol.. it has been pretty nice here for the last few days ... had a blast in a race on my 650 prairie yesterday but i feel it 2day ...lol.. have fun ..b safe ...

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It's slick but hey it's a Prairie with on the fly diff lok & super swampers.LOL The leaves are whats slick and then add rain too! It's fun. I had my one stuck I have learned not to play around nail it and hold on.

It has been so dry we would need rain for 2 or 3 days before I would have to worry about getting stuck. Speaking of race. My friend got an 2012 Grizz 700 & me & my old Prairie 650 took him in a drag race. But I have to give him a second chance after he's had the quad for awhile and gets more ues to it. I do wish my Prairie was as smooth riding as the new grizz or BF750.

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