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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 05-04-2017, 12:22 PM Thread Starter
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Welcome aboard, well it sure looks like a beast, hopefully you've got it dialed in.
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Must b a mud rider cause i dont think those r desert tires🤠
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No sand in central and east tx

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Where u at? Im right outside abilene. I only ask cause u said central


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I'm in Kempner tx. By ft hood. We go to river run all the time. Where do you wheel?

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Texana ranch, i belong to a private club, ross creek trail riders. Its 40min from my house 5,000 acres. Baja track is 53 miles one lap, and over 100 miles of dirtbike trails. It doubles as an exotic hunting ranch
Me and the wife dont do mud, we r both setup for desert

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Man that absolutely looks wonderful

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Ya im lucky. Texas is the worst state for offroading, either you ride at the parks or u have property. Not like cali where they just takeoff from their backyards


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Yeah same with new Mexico. Tons of public land.

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I'm new the thread. I bought a 2016 dom x2 1000cc a couple of months ago that looks just like randallarmengol. I'm also located in central Texas - Mason County. I have a ranch and I'm a land surveyor that does a lot of ranch and pipeline work. For the most part, I've been very happy with vehicle. However, I wish it had more low end torque. I had several issues while climbing steep hills or going over a rock where I had to get a running start. I wish it would crawl/climb over the obstacle from a stand still. I know it has enough power. Any ideas how to accomplish this? Also, after driving for a while my ass is soaked through my pants when I get out. It's only on the right side. I don't directly fell the heat from the engine, but that is the only thing I can figure is causing it. Any ideas how to block the heat? Thanks
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Welcome to the site, You should start a new thread and post pic's of your heat area problem and pic's of the cvt. I've never seen a Odes Dom so can't help much.

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