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    Talking Let's see those Argos/Atv's/hunting vehicles in action!

    Want to see how well your mode of transportation does in the wild. How stuck you were, and how'd you get out. Places you've been that no one else could make it too. Just something fun, getting ready for this years adventures and wanted to see everyone elses from the past! Thanks

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    Not mine, but a good one none the less -

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKmud View Post
    Not mine, but a good one none the less -



    Why does that picture bring back bad memories. I know someone has a picture somewhere....



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    Quote Originally Posted by AKmud View Post
    Not mine, but a good one none the less -

    Where did you get that pic? I filmed that. That is Polaris Submarine getting winched out by SilverTipGriz. That is a brand spanking new polaris 500 with less that 5 hrs on it. Or atleast it was!

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    I stole it off of ATVfrontier. I think SilverTipGriz was the name attached. I think Blink has a photo of my 6x6 in about the same predicament....
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    Yup, STG, that's my good friend and hunting partner Shane.

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    This was a good run until right at the end there was a big shelf that you just couldn't get over.



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    Check out PolarSubmarine with his Outlaws now. He almost flipped over backwards when he hit the shelf. He always was a little heavy with his thumb!


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    Climbing steps and shelves like that is where my 6x6 shines! The extra set of drivers helps to push you up and over. Now, if I had about 5-6" more clearance, it would be the perfect mudder.
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    Well went out to play today in the swamps out behind my house and ran out to where I bear bait to build a stand. Sure was nice to be out riding again. The ground is still frozen under about 3 inches of mud and the swamps still have a bottom so we were able to go anywhere. Will be taking the camera out soon to add to these great pics already posted here! Thanks and keep them coming.

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