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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 03-24-2019, 01:54 PM Thread Starter
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Took the kids to the camp and boiled some bugs. Then took the rhino home and cleaned her up
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 03-24-2019, 02:03 PM Thread Starter
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Brought her home and cleaned her up
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Brought her home and cleaned her up
Cleaned up on the bugs too! Looks fun.
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I don't know if this East Texas mud is nasty, or I am just lazy, but your dirty ride is cleaner than my clean ride.

I need to move to Louisiana because the mud washes off easy and I love them there mud bugs more than you do!!!! (I have to pay $7.99lb and eat at least 5lbs in in short order!)
Had me 5lbs with corn and taters Saturday, but got some fish to go with it so I would not eat too many bugs!


OH YEAH!!! .... nice looking machine, you need to come to Mudd Jam at River Run Park in Jacksonville, Tx the first week in May .... gonna be a blast!
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Hey SwampRabbit, nice rig! what windshield do you have there? do you like it and does it scratch easy with mud on it?
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Thanks for the information just been hearing some guys talking about the right rear axle hitting on the frame and the inter boot ripping
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post #8 of 10 (permalink) Old 03-28-2019, 01:14 PM Thread Starter
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I don't know if this East Texas mud is nasty, or I am just lazy, but your dirty ride is cleaner than my clean ride.
Yeah its been pretty dry here. Just the first time I've put her in the woods since I bought her. Come hunting season she will learn to live dirty.


I need to move to Louisiana because the mud washes off easy and I love them there mud bugs more than you do!!!! (I have to pay $7.99lb and eat at least 5lbs in in short order!)
Had me 5lbs with corn and taters Saturday, but got some fish to go with it so I would not eat too many bugs!

As far as the crawfish, $2.50 lb live here right now. Spend bout $120 a sack after buying the seasoning and sides. We boil once a week in crawfish season.

OH YEAH!!! .... nice looking machine, you need to come to Mudd Jam at River Run Park in Jacksonville, Tx the first week in May .... gonna be a blast!
Thanks, Ive been happy with her. Shes a lot prettier than my 07 450 than I ran till the tires fell off. Still working out a few kinks. Radio repair is next on my list. I'll definitely have to look into the Mudd Jam, sounds like fun. We mainly ride the creeks on our hunting leases over this way. Usually a lot of clay / sand, with clear water, so its a fun ride where you don't get stuck too much. Take a break every mile or two and drink a beer and take a swim.
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post #9 of 10 (permalink) Old 03-28-2019, 01:17 PM Thread Starter
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Hey SwampRabbit, nice rig! what windshield do you have there? do you like it and does it scratch easy with mud on it?

RhinoBear, I bought the bike third hand and don't have the info on the windshield. I'll take a few pics for you when I get a chance if you'd like. The top half doesn't flip all the way up; just swings out about 5 inches and locks in. Creates a great draft through the bike. But when its closed, no wind is getting through. Does get a little loud rattling when its closed.


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post #10 of 10 (permalink) Old 03-28-2019, 01:18 PM Thread Starter
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Thanks for the information just been hearing some guys talking about the right rear axle hitting on the frame and the inter boot ripping
Monstet, Imagine you got my message. Let me know if you need some pics or measurements. I'll do what I can to help.


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