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    Saw this on the Mat-Su riding club forum someone mentioned them but didn't say where you can pick one up at. Had a few folks besides myself looking to get one. Anyone here have any ideas? TYIA!


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    Have not seen one of those for several years! I would be nice to know where they can be bought!

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    Agreed!


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    What forum is this screen shot from?


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    http://matsuvalleyatvclub.mxf.yuku.com/directory

    Hope it is not against rules to post links to other forms. This one is much more active and as someone new to this I was looking for input and info on trails. Much of their links are expired.


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    Big lake yamaha has them
    PEOPLE SAY I HAVE A.D.D I DON'T UNDERSTA.....OH LOOK A MOOSE !!!

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    Sweet thank you Roger


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    Hatcher pass polaris has them in wasilla and willow. $30 I believe

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    Thank you. Going to get mine right after work.


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    Stopped at HP Polaris Wasilla just before they closer. The parts guy said he bought out the guy that makes them and has about 80 left. Great book! Very glad I got it. Thanks for sharing the info!


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    Why are they called Recreational?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mit View Post
    Why are they called Recreational?
    It is not solely for ATV'ing. Covers many pedestrian, dog mushing, and snow machine trails. It's an all encompassing book.


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