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#1681 MX-Z Man

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Posted 25 March 2021 - 08:02 AM

Last night was one of the most FUN times I've had in over a year. Our local bar has been 100% closed up for inside seating, they're now doing a soft reopening, getting ready to hopefully soon completely reopen. It was a nice night last night, wifey wasn't home, so I hopped on my Defender and made the ride over. OMG was it a good time. Yes, it's the simple things in life. :righton


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Posted 25 March 2021 - 09:06 AM

I officially put mine to bed yesterday. Washed them. Added a bit of anti-freeze to my ‘16 Renny and ran the auto fog.
Plugged battery into solar Battery Tender.

And she sleeps.....no scratchin’ out a late season ride hunting for trail treasure this year.

I do so wanna take my Ural up to the seasonal roads right now. To run it on a bit of snow
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Posted 25 March 2021 - 11:51 AM

I officially put mine to bed yesterday. Washed them. Added a bit of anti-freeze to my ‘16 Renny and ran the auto fog.
Plugged battery into solar Battery Tender.

And she sleeps.....no scratchin’ out a late season ride hunting for trail treasure this year.

I do so wanna take my Ural up to the seasonal roads right now. To run it on a bit of snow

Bring at winch to get your cycle unglued from the SNRIT. :D  



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Posted 25 March 2021 - 07:28 PM

Bring at winch to get your cycle unglued from the SNRIT. :D


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Posted 02 April 2021 - 01:40 PM

Last night was one of the most FUN times I've had in over a year. Our local bar has been 100% closed up for inside seating, they're now doing a soft reopening, getting ready to hopefully soon completely reopen. It was a nice night last night, wifey wasn't home, so I hopped on my Defender and made the ride over. OMG was it a good time. Yes, it's the simple things in life. :righton

Just got back from our Good Friday ATV/UTV ride, mostly all locals out enjoying a BRISK Spring day to say the least! Did 70 Miles and it was great to see folks out and just to say HI! 

Mostly dirt and some SNIRT. A couple of bad rutted up, Poor Rd was one of them, go figure :D  



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Posted 02 April 2021 - 09:21 PM

Awesome - but darn it was COLD today!

Next week is looking good. 👍

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The XP was the most fun sled ever made - but I liked my XR more. The 850 takes it to a whole different level. But darn, the 900T is Bad to The Bone! 

No Need to Freeze-buy a set of these! http://www.coldguards.com/


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Posted 03 April 2021 - 09:16 AM

Awesome - but darn it was COLD today!

Next week is looking good.

The Defenders heated cab helped for sure. :D



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Posted 03 April 2021 - 01:56 PM



The Defenders heated cab helped for sure. :D

 

85% of the time I'd rather not have a cab - weather like now is when I'd love one!


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The XP was the most fun sled ever made - but I liked my XR more. The 850 takes it to a whole different level. But darn, the 900T is Bad to The Bone! 

No Need to Freeze-buy a set of these! http://www.coldguards.com/


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Posted 03 April 2021 - 04:40 PM

85% of the time I'd rather not have a cab - weather like now is when I'd love one!

So would your better half, mine does. But she still won't get out and plow the dam snow, go figure. 



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Posted 03 April 2021 - 07:25 PM

When I was shopping for the '20 I asked her if she wanted a cab, I was thinking maybe a Limited with heat and air, she said "ABSOLUTELY NOT!"

Seriously, she said being outside was 1/2 the fun.

I question if I'd hurt a cab too, I do a lot of woods running.


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The XP was the most fun sled ever made - but I liked my XR more. The 850 takes it to a whole different level. But darn, the 900T is Bad to The Bone! 

No Need to Freeze-buy a set of these! http://www.coldguards.com/


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Posted 08 April 2021 - 05:48 AM

Got a New outlander max 850 ,is it worth taking it to the hill Sat to break it in ?



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Posted 08 April 2021 - 06:14 AM

It might be. The trail system up there is a lot better than it used to be. There is some pavement riding but more gravel roads and ATV trails.

Its no where near as good as the snowmobile trail system but its decent.
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The XP was the most fun sled ever made - but I liked my XR more. The 850 takes it to a whole different level. But darn, the 900T is Bad to The Bone! 

No Need to Freeze-buy a set of these! http://www.coldguards.com/


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Posted 08 April 2021 - 03:14 PM

Got a New outlander max 850 ,is it worth taking it to the hill Sat to break it in ?

Bring it and run it. FYI We're clearing and cleaning the trails this Sat. meet at the Towpath @ 9 AM it will get broken in... :P  



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Posted 09 April 2021 - 06:04 AM

Got a New outlander max 850 ,is it worth taking it to the hill Sat to break it in ?

Bring it on up. I've been running my enduro all week. Some snow here and there.. nothing I can't get through!

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