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    Default Post a Pic of your ATV

    Don't know if it has already been done before, but it would be interesting to see all the different ATV's.

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    here is mine and road legal
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    Default My 4 wheeler. 1943 John Deere

    Well it finally had to happen.I am in Texas now but in the not so distant past this was me doing my chore in upstate NY. This was in 1995 if memory serves me correctly.That year we had over 312 inches of snow.This machine did not have electric start, or hand warmers, or even a windshield. However, it offered excellant visability! If you had the mixture to rich, you could get that giddy feeling.To start this thing you turned on the gas, closed the choke and spun the wheel.I could get it goin with no more than a seckond spin.IRS, forget it but I couls steer this thing well when the brakes were not frozen. Ken
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    A gun is like a parachute. If you need one, and donít have one, youíll probably never need one again

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    Default Yeah, I cheated it's on tracks

    This will be the first year taking it out on tracks and pulling a trailer this big.
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    Here's mine.

    Hey, Nimrod, what kind of rig is that? I don't think I've ever seen one like that before.
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    Default Argo Avenger


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    '03 YZ250F

    It isn't an ATV, but I can't find any good dirt bike forums for Alaska!
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    My baby -




    And with the new tires -



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    Nothing fancy, but it floats.
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    Ring King, never seen those tires, what are they??

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    Default Me new '07 Outlander 800XT

    This is the most confortable ATV I've ridden. It has all the power I'll ever need and so far has taken whatever I've thrown at it. Next will be tracks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hunt_ak View Post
    Ring King, never seen those tires, what are they??
    They look like Swamp lites to me... A buddy of mine put 27's on his Honda.
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    How do those swamplites do? I thnk the 27's and 28's have a deeper tread than the 25's or 26's.
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    So far so good... he seems to like them. The lugs feel kinda soft to me so I doubt they would wear very well if you ride pavement much or really hard trails. In the softer dirt they perform pretty good as far as I can tell. My buddy is an older guy and doesn't really push it very hard though.
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    Here's the old brute. There was still snow on this trail in mid June, weird!


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