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  1. WENT OUT RIDING WITH A COUPLE OF FRIENDS AFTER A A BIG SNOW FALL , LOTS OF FUN, ONE GUY HAD TRACKS, KITIMAT B.C. /CANADA
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  5. this is myself on a ride with a friend , when we went thru alogging de-activation , which is when they take out the bridge they built to cross acreek to haul out logs, then they de-act it by taking out the bridge, as you can see we are using rocks to lift up my atv to get the tire off, this is a great ride up in mtns. around kitimat B.C.. canada
  6. this is asection of the telkwa pass ,near telkwa B.C. , canada , and it is right in the heart of asteep sided mountain pass, and we drive by this when we do the pass , one of my favorite rides
  7. hey everyone , merry x-mas to one and all , I have just have to had my shocks and springs replaced on my 2016 POLARIS SPORTSMAN 570 , it was riding really low and did not know that was the problem, it only has 2000 kilo`s on it. anyway this time I got it done on warranty , I now have the rear springs set on number 4 to help the shocks and support the load, mu question is does anyone know the spring rate of the rear O.E.M.. SPRINGS, I am toying with the idea if this happens again to get s some what stiffer spring , but have spent hrs. trying to find info ,but no luck, trying to find new ones is no problem high lifter states that their springs are 25-30- % stiffer which is the area THAT I AM THINKING IF I DO REPLACE THE O.E.M. . any info would be great bob5701954
  8. yes , thanks for the comment , we are trying to stay out of the salmon spawning beds , so if we can build bridges , then it keeps the fishery dept. off our backs. it is quite sturdy , we use 2 large stingers to span the creek , then we have started using center supports for added strength and then there is no bounce . up here in northern b.c. , we got a lot of rain in nov.. and all our creeks rose between 4-5 ft. and friend of mine said we had some debris on top of it , but it held, but some of our other work was destroyed , so we will work on them next yr., we have now built 3 bridges , the oldest in the crew is 73, and I am the youngest at 62, thanks again
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