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    I just bought a Sportsman 6X6 with tracks and was wondering what I could do to improve its deep water running and if thereís anything I should check after I cross a deep stream or river.

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    Just keep an eye on the belt, if it starts to slip, put the machine in neutral and Rev up the rpms for a bit, that will dry it out. Other then that, keep the chain tight and enjoy! I know I have!

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    Here are my snorkels that I made out of plastic pipe. I can extend them if I need to. I didnít make one for the intake since I would have to cut up the fenders. One pipe is the intake and the other is the exhale for the belt. You can really feel the heat coming out of the pipe when you start working the machine. I installed snow pre filter material from SLP. That material works. It will not allow water to go down the pipes, just air.

    Mike
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