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Old 10-02-2008
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Just leave it there till spring kevin, I hear thats the best way to get a yami unstuck
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I've always got at least 1 snowbunge (usually the one with handle) with me on all rides. Plus I've got about 20' of 1/2" bunge rope I carry as well. In a pinch it works well to extract stuck sleds.
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Well ya'all wouldnt want me or my machine. I have never ridden in anything over 2 feet, and my machine is nto exactly what you called an "off trail" type. Even the wife and her 136 Apex would be in trouble.

I know mine and my sleds capabilities. I would love to try something like that some time though.
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Well ya'all wouldnt want me or my machine. I have never ridden in anything over 2 feet, and my machine is nto exactly what you called an "off trail" type. Even the wife and her 136 Apex would be in trouble.

I know mine and my sleds capabilities. I would love to try something like that some time though.
Quite understand Kevin. Of course this would likely be early season snow, not much depth, certianly little to no base. We'd probably have to rough it on the trails. I don't think they'll do much grooming til Jan.

We'd love to have you out here, anytime.
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