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This is after the ride:rockn::flames::rockn:


the Grizzly;)

The can-am ;)

You cant tell but I'm covered in a layer of ice head to toe. It was sleeting:cool:

GrizzlyAdams

My truck 210,000 mi on her :rockn:

Finely home

Nothing like fresh snow riding it gets packed up in there

See the ice build up. This is what I was covered in!:eek:

Its time to thaw it out I think.:D

All i can say it was a blast :rockn:
 

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man that's cold lookin!
it snows here about once evey 10 years.
fine with me tho, snow makes for soggy gloves and hurtin hands.
 

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yeah...that was cold
 

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looking at those pictures.... I guess i would like to try riding in some deep snow..
Heck i'd like to try the trax.. Wonder how deep u can go with those things?
Any of you cold-weather guys have any trax? if so got some pics of vids of them?
 

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trax iv seen them go throw my work they look cool till you see the price tag. and then how hard will it be to steer? and heavy
 

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looks like they dont steer to bad. Wonder how they do in the mud?

 

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you know way haven't we seen some good videos of them iv only seen them on the road or some flat field no mud no deep snow ext.
 

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^^ They SUCK in the mud. Especially thick mud. They do good in watery stuff w/ a really hard bottom. Drives right through like a tank since they dont float up. Other than that they suck.
 
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