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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: ATTN: In Vermont


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Posted by Robert on March 04, 2001 at 05:44:38 from (204.157.27.251):

In Reply to: Re: Re: Re: Re: ATTN: In Vermont posted by Salmoneye-Thanks Again! on March 04, 2001 at 05:09:42:

They make a nice rack for a 4wheeler that allows you to put a small boat or a canoe on top. I see these a lot in my travels to northern Ontario Canada.
I've come to the conclusion you need about 4 or 5 different ATV's, and a magic button to put you in the right one at the right time!! :~)
I've mentioned on this site before, that i lived in Alaska for many years (25), and i've seen and used about every ATV to come along. All of my old friends are useing 4wd pu's ect, and when they won't go, they use 4wd 4wheelers these days.
I can honestly say, that i'd not trade even my old Yamaha Kodiak wwheeler, even up today for 2 new Max's! That is, if i had to keep them and use them! One may work out for you though??
Robert


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