|Posted on Wednesday, February 23, 2005 - 10:52 pm: |
You know I forgot that you do not have the use of your legs, and that you also have a place some where in Montana. Bubba and Fred are absolutely right, you do not want your machine set up with any thing that is questionable or experimental.
The people that I mentioned who do not set up their machines with the correct track prep kits, and run them on a shoe string, live here in Southern Lower Michigan. We do not get very many feet of snow fall during the winter months in this area. What snow fall we do get is usally a heavy snow and it rarely gets much deeper than one to three feet, through out the season.
Your thoughts about getting a new machine and setting it up correctly with the track prep kit, and the rubber tracks would be the best solution for you.
Dan, sounds like you had some fun with the kids this evening. Enjoy it while it lasts, they grow up way to fast!
I ended up going hunting this evening for Halloween, and trying out a new climbing tree stand for the first time. It was an interesting hunt this evening to say the least!
By the way I finally received that new trailer that I bought to tow behind the ATV. It is a real nice added piece of gear to have. It is built very well and is very durable looking.