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post #1 of 51 Old 01-02-2009, 02:31 PM Thread Starter
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TRX700XX in snow

Have you guys had yours out in the snow at all? I took mine out in the snow and it did real well up until I high-centered it. Guess some paddles would help a ton.
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I hear paddles don't clear out the snow well.

I don't have experience though because it never snows where I live to be a problem.



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I was fine until we got a real wet and heavy snowfall, even though it wasn't deep enough to touch the bottom frame it would push up in front of the rear a-arms and stop me cold.

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Check these out for the snow!

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I've done about 1k in the snow so far and it's awesome. I put 23-7-10 Maxxis Razr's on the front and 24-9-11 Bearclaws on the back. Runs through it like a tank.

2Bros Exhaust, 2Bros Juice Box, UNI Filter, Renthal 13t Front Sprocket, TrailTech Vapor, TrailTech Logo Bar Clamp, DWT Rims, Maxxis Razr Tires, Tusk Chubb Bars, ProGrip Hand Grips, Pro Grip Lever Grips, PowerMadd Hand Guards, PowerMadd Mirrors, PowerMadd Hand Wraps, AMR Racing Graphics, Pro Armour Bullhorn Bumper, Ricochet Skids
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Hello first post or reply ever.Have put 23x7x10 razor2s front 24x9x11 mudlites rear. Even in -26 razors grab and steer on anything hard snow pack 10 to 14 inches no problem. Rears however in the cold are like rocks. Went down to 4 pounds much better stubble field 10 inches of snow 3rd gear lean way back, watch out for approaching fench lines. 2 foot drifts not so good . Weather in central Alberta has been in the high -teens and low to mid -20s been out most of Christmas break global warming my frozen ass.
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Here's a couple

The Grey one has Razr 23-7-10 on front and Bearclaw 24-9-11 on rear.





The Red has 22-7-10 Holeshot GNCC and 24-9-11 on rear.


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lol, that looks like front row parking at a bar, like motorcycles usually do it!

Wish i could ride my quad to the bar! haha

I like those tires! Seems the fronts might need to be a little bigger though?


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