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wow, cool pics. i've never had my bike out on snow. probably because they sit side by side to my sleds, and i cant let my sleds down right up front of them.
 

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nice pics bro, looks like a blast
 

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hahaha yea its hard to see me in that picture cause of all the roost, but it looks cool. i do have a pic where i slid out in a corner. here it is
 

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I like them!
 

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Dang smoker! Step-up and buy a nig-nore thumper!! Haha jk nice bike!! I take it you have studded you tires?? I was thinking of doing that.
 

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yea i have studded tires if i didn't i wouldn't make it very far lol. i like my twostroke for snow riding the power is really explosive so u can roost real easily. u should try it sumtime
 

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Yeah i want to buy some tires just for snow riding and put pics in them. I heard that it has more traction then on dirt!! Well more traction on ice.
 

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sweet pics dood


gotta love the one w/ you laying it down on her side...haha
 

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Have you ever done this on ice with picks in your tires?
 

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yea i don't have snowmobile picks but i know guys that put them in between the knobbies in the back tires. its crazy fun on ice i know guys that can lean over so far the footpeg drags. its sick to watch and so much fun. i drag raced an mxz 800. it smoked me bad. lol but some of the big 4 strokes could keep right up for quite a while
 

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Yeah you use little screw type studs right... hmm maybe i should do this to mine and go out to the lakes and race her!!:D
 

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yea u buy like 800 of em and just screw them right into your tires. it takes a lil while, maybe a couple hours to do both tires. and the best part is u can unscrew them if u wanna ride in the summer with the same tires. the holes disappear because the rubber expands. however, i recommend u buy new tires for summer riding if your going to do this. that way u won't have to unscrew 800 studs when u can just change your tires and put the old ones away for the winter. i can help u out with anything u need to know about studding your tires if your interested just ask
 

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Here's my son. No snow though.
 

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Yeah i really want to do this. I have a new set of tires in the garage, i might pick the front tire and buy a new rear tire to stud up and keep the new one i have for summer because the one on there right now is toast(almost considered a slick:p )
 
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