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post #1 of 8 Old 06-25-2019, 01:19 PM Thread Starter
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Cool Post your wheels up pics.

So we have a good thread of pics "as it sits" but how about one "as it tips" - I know there's a few of you out there that use them for something besides wash and wax.

My buddy took his boy out with us last weekend to explore, and while climbing through a tricky spot around a corner and over a log they did the slow roll in their rzr. He was a little unsure at first, but got the seatbelt off and dad told him if you don't go wheels up now and then, you aren't having enough fun. That's why you belt in and go slow through the rough stuff. Helped his kid climb out the top and we started getting the winch rigged up, and he told me "This is AWESOME."
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post #2 of 8 Old 06-25-2019, 02:55 PM
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Teach them to wear the belt and show them that you do and they will.
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Weather musta been bad on the trails, Same 5 day trip. lol. Something about the boys getting out to ride away from work, wives, and phones Hmmm!
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post #4 of 8 Old 07-08-2019, 10:37 AM Thread Starter
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You really got that thing on its roof. Had an oops winding stumps. Waiting for my buddy to come back and right us.
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Definitely following! Wabbastang, where exactly is the trail in your first pict? LOL.

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Definitely following! Wabbastang, where exactly is the trail in your first pict? LOL.
I think I'm roughly standing on it while taking the pic. There appeared to be an old road veering off to the left in that photo we were going to find, and of course I went first. Turned out there was a hole exactly the size of a Can-Am hiding in the ferns... I could literally step off the side of the rig onto solid ground on all four sides lol. Took some pulling to get it out
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Itís a great picture. Love it! Hope everyone was okay. Boog.

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All good few bruises releasing the harness and dropping like a rock out of the seat, new cage and roof needed on the Mav. Momma was not happy lol.
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