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    Default 09 Arctic Cat Mud Pro

    Just bought mine, but have not hit the trails yet. Anybody else have one? thoughts?

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    Did you get your submarine liscence? I think they are neat machines, but are a bit slow (greared to low). But it should get ya through the muck good. Have fun.

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    is that the one with the big rino horn thngy taking up all the front rack space?????


    if your that deep ... well... your walking
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    Default Yeppers on the rhino thingy

    Thanks....I dont plan to be that deep or want to go fast.....just want to have fun gettin there and back

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    I'm definitely envious. I walked into Anchorage Suziki Arctic Cat the other day and was amazed with the size of that thing. I didn't think the price was too unreasonable either, considering the extra equipment it comes with.

    Let us know how it performs.

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    I do know that rhino horn thingy works... I watched one drive all over with water over it's rack. It'd be in the way for me most of the time, but it looks fun. I'd sure love to have that lower gearing on my machine.
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    Default If plans permit

    I plan to do a break in ride up near eureka. Will let ya know.

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    Default Had Fun

    did the big 30 mile loop from gravel pit couple miles past road house around and back to road house. Put it through the varying terrain and not avoid any bogs/mudholes. Very impressed with ride and handling. It has everything that I would need plus alot more. Bottom line is that it was a blast....glad I got it

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