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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 10-11-2005, 12:12 PM Thread Starter
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So how many of you future ltr450 owners are going to be trailriding and are you worried about the width being a problem?

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i ride some trails.. but most of them are 3rd/4th gear trails and are pretty wide. so i think i'll be good.
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For the trails I ride I think it would be fine. My Z is +4 and I havent had any trouble anywhere. I mainly ride in "sand pits" but for the trails I ride in it would be fine. However, some trails might be to wide for it I guess well see soon!



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For the trails I ride I think it would be fine. My Z is +4 and I havent had any trouble anywhere. I mainly ride in "sand pits" but for the trails I ride in it would be fine. However, some trails might be to wide for it I guess well see soon!
Hey dude,

You shoulda been with us today,we rode alot of the perimeter of the park since it was dry down in the woods.It was an absolute blast.I didn't realize how much bottom ground and trails there was at the badlands http://www.badlandsoffroad.com/ .there is some pretty good hills in the woods as well as coming out them.
Even with my width I had to detour some of the trails that butch and shawn were going thru.
Some neat little jumps between trees.We had a great time. I'll check on that RAD tommorow,
and hopefully we'll have back on the trails soon.

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Hey glad you had a good time. Yeah nexty time we go Ill have to ride in those areas with ya. I saw you in Homer when I was headed to my game. Thanks for doing everything on my quad!



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Hey glad you had a good time. Yeah nexty time we go Ill have to ride in those areas with ya. I saw you in homer when I was headded to my game. THanks for doin everything on my quad!
Your welcome Z, I hope to have you running again by the weekend. 8) Keep your fingers crossed.

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Hatfield and McCoy trail system problems???

Hatfield and McCoy trail system is bad-ass trail system for 4x4 atvs and race bikes alike as well as (hell even our 2 wheeled buddies) that we ride with. We all loved going and riding on them this year. I highly recomend them to any one that is into hard core trail riding. The trails are laid out like ski slopes green circle=easiest, blue square= intermediate and black diamond= hardest (try some of the black trails when its wet!! Here is the problem the trail system rules state "No vehicle over fifty (50) inches in width is allowed on any trail" so where does that leave the future ltr450 owners? Well when we went noone meausured any quads that I saw so when I get mine it will be on them reguardless. Plus I saw many bikes with extended a arms down there when we rode. Any comments? http://www.trailsheaven.com/
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