Originally Posted by tacoma16
I'll have to keep my eye out for the next run. Been wanting to go bomb through some snow for a while, but not by myself. At a family memebers farm I got stuck in a 4 ft drift by myself so no more of that without some buddies.
I have heard of that shop as I was looking for some stuff on kijiji. If I'm ever at school and need a strap, its definitely closer than the shops in Mississauga and Burlington haha. Thanks
Well the next run may be within the next couple of weeks. Just talked to Finn, he's itching to get out again real soon. Much better bombing around in the snow with a buddy tho, beats trying to shovel yourself out every time you get stuck. I'm pretty sure I'm gonna get in on that MaxTrax group buy going on. That should help a lot since I hate shovelling if I don't have to
especially when snow wheelin by myself. Which usually ends up happening.
One thing about that shop in London, call ahead and order it. They get next day delivery because they don't usually carry ARB products.
Originally Posted by NC10TRDSPORT
Eh, I don't care for Arctic Cat. I think mostly because there's no dealer within 75 miles of home so no one here has one and have 2 Yamaha dealers with 20.
Yea my problem is the opposite. We got a Yamaha dealer in town and two more within a 30 min drive and also Artic Cat, Kawi and CanAm dealers within that same distance. Makes for lot of choices. I got 2 good buddies that both ride MudPro's and they love em. Especially since they come setup for the mud with bigger tires, snorkel and great GC. I like them but I think the Grizz looks better, is a bit smaller more nimble and probably better for the trail, plus I think its more reliable and dependable imo. I just have a feeling wheelin around home with my buddies is gonna turn into a bunch of mudding and less trail riding. Part of the reason is to ride decent trails, that's all located a few hours north of us. I think going with a Grizz is going to cost me more money down the road (rims, upgraded tires, snorkel, rad relocate, etc) than going with a MudPro, but in the end I think i'll like it more. In the mean time, I'm trying to keep my eye off the XMR 650