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Rode some local spots by the lake. Tons of water in the bush. Had to cut trees from the storms but not as many as we thought. Ps. Rode out here 28 yrs. Never seen the Pembina this color.
 

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Frick drew , you got a wild cat xx too ???


Sweet , live ours

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Frick drew , you got a wild cat xx too ???


Sweet , live ours

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I do. It’s a great machine. We love ours also. Makes less weird noises than a rzr lol it’s a 2020. For me it’s actually low on miles only 2300 miles. Engines a bit loud because I always have a to the floor.
 
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Just bought a used 18 xx , 4000 km

Had to put 2 grand into it , primary clutch ect , had no buttons left lol

Inner clutch cover had a taped up hole

Guy said it's always made that noise lmfao, bull chit

Oh well , I know what I got this way

4 new bearings , the adapt updated clutch ( which you can get all the parts for )

Just got outer tie rods for it too


Very easy to work on and thought out , compared to a rzr

Every one has a rzr , it's fun to shove the cat in lock and pass em

Super happy with it so far

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Just bought a used 18 xx , 4000 km

Had to put 2 grand into it , primary clutch ect , had no buttons left lol

Inner clutch cover had a taped up hole

Guy said it's always made that noise lmfao, bull chit

Oh well , I know what I got this way

4 new bearings , the adapt updated clutch ( which you can get all the parts for )

Just got outer tie rods for it too


Very easy to work on and thought out , compared to a rzr

Every one has a rzr , it's fun to shove the cat in lock and pass em

Super happy with it so far

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Yeah, I’m really happy with mine. Like you said, super easy to work on. I still have to snorkel the belt exhaust. I haven’t had a wet belt yet but it’s going to happen someday. I Sold my razor when I had left knee surgery because I had no legroom for my left leg. The wildcat I can drive with my left leg straight next to the brake and I’m 6 foot three that’s pretty much only reason I bought it. But turns out I love it, I put a set of dual stage shock therapy springs on it, and that really dialed up the ride. I may spend the money later on and get the shocks revalved also.
 

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Same as you , broken gas foot, other makes I have to lift my leg to get off the gas , ankle doesn't have the back articulation

Here is what I did for bet exhaust, did it right away

Cost 27 bucks lol
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Same as you , broken gas foot, other makes I have to lift my leg to get off the gas , ankle doesn't have the back articulation

Here is what I did for bet exhaust, did it right away

Cost 27 bucks lol
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That's a pretty low snorkel Tex, but better than factory.
 

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Same as you , broken gas foot, other makes I have to lift my leg to get off the gas , ankle doesn't have the back articulation

Here is what I did for bet exhaust, did it right away

Cost 27 bucks lol
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That’s pretty simple. I drive mine more in the winter when the ground is frozen. Been on the Harleys mostly in the summers. that would be high enough for me. I don’t screw my quads in the ground anymore. I also always walk on water hole before driving it. UnLike the old days lol. Plus a rear winch so I can change my mind on which way I’m going. :)
 

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Yes, I found that out the hard way a few years back. My Razor is snorkeled good and no water got in anywhere. I had to leave it as it was stuck above the doors and we broke all axles, driveshaft and winch cables. Winches on 5-6 units all trying to pull it out and nothing, it was stuck bad and suction was a big part of it. I ended up getting a 4wd large backhoe in the following day to get it out. Even took a while, like pulling a loose tooth.
 

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Yes, I found that out the hard way a few years back. My Razor is snorkeled good and no water got in anywhere. I had to leave it as it was stuck above the doors and we broke all axles, driveshaft and winch cables. Winches on 5-6 units all trying to pull it out and nothing, it was stuck bad and suction was a big part of it. I ended up getting a 4wd large backhoe in the following day to get it out. Even took a while, like pulling a loose tooth.
Lee showed me pictures of that. He didn’t say your name he just said my buddy so I had no idea it was your machine. I went harlwy iwith Lyle this summer we start talking about quading and he mentioned you were the one who had the general lee razor. That’s when I figured out that the machine in the photos with Lee was yours.
Took a couple years for me to figure out the whole story lol. Sxs absolutely need a rear winch because being committed to going straight has cost me axles and serious problems also.
 

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Lee showed me pictures of that. He didn’t say your name he just said my buddy so I had no idea it was your machine. I went harlwy iwith Lyle this summer we start talking about quading and he mentioned you were the one who had the general lee razor. That’s when I figured out that the machine in the photos with Lee was yours.
Took a couple years for me to figure out the whole story lol. Sxs absolutely need a rear winch because being committed to going straight has cost me axles and serious problems also.
We blew both front and rear winch lines. Bent the crossmember in the front, ripped brand new large toe ropes. It took a few hours for a very experienced hoe operator to get it out. Wouldn't want to be next person in that crater.
 

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That’s pretty simple. I drive mine more in the winter when the ground is frozen. Been on the Harleys mostly in the summers. that would be high enough for me. I don’t screw my quads in the ground anymore. I also always walk on water hole before driving it. UnLike the old days lol. Plus a rear winch so I can change my mind on which way I’m going. :)
Sent ya a pm drew

Thought I had your phone number , but can not find it

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Todays rip lake isle. Ended the day at Gainford for burgers and beers
 

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Todays rip lake isle. Ended the day at Gainford for burgers and beers
Is that old Gainford hotel open again? Used to go there after hunting south of there, was the last bar in Alberta where you could literally smash your beer on the floor after you finished it. And then they stopped that after awhile but were still open and nice/quiet to have a couple cold pops.
 

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Is that old Gainford hotel open again? Used to go there after hunting south of there, was the last bar in Alberta where you could literally smash your beer on the floor after you finished it. And then they stopped that after awhile but were still open and nice/quiet to have a couple cold pops.
It is re-opened. Joan the old owner passed away. Then her family sold it to another couple. Took the 10 yrs of fighting to get approval. Pretty cool it’s open again
 

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It is re-opened. Joan the old owner passed away. Then her family sold it to another couple. Took the 10 yrs of fighting to get approval. Pretty cool it’s open again
Gonna stop in there for a cold 1 soon, rather miss that Bar was like stepping back in time when i walked in there.:)
 

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Gonna stop in there for a cold 1 soon, rather miss that Bar was like stepping back in time when i walked in there.:)
Big band at the Gainford Halloween party this year. We’re gonna check it out.
 
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