WV. That's Sophia tunnel. Most off those trails look like outlaw trails near Beckley.two things..
where is that trail system located? that tunnel/beginning/entrance to the trail is awesome!
2nd.. what windshield is that on the can-am? i like that it appears to be a flip up, but the top where it doesn't tip up is tinted for sun glare
the Rmax4 would of fit on my old Carry-On 6x12 trailer but when I sold my X2 the buyer asked if I was selling the trailer as well....cha ching hello Big Tex 6.5x12 !Thanks for explaining. Now I hope it will fit in my two trailers. Wife won’t like it if I have to purchase an Rmax plus two new trailers.:01:
So is there a removable floor panel? Or just engine cover?RMA2\RMAX4 are probably easier to work on as you can sit in the rear seat and work on it and not kill your back by bending over to clear the raised RMAX2's bed. This is the X4, but the RMAX4 is nearly-identical.
Engine cover (cup holders). Bottom is identical to the X2/RMAX2 as far as access for drain plugs. Oil filter is a little easier on the RMAX2 whereas the RMAX4 requires removal of a panel secured by 4 10mm bolts and a push pin.So is there a removable floor panel? Or just engine cover?
When I did the route for our 2nd Annual Custer Off Road Rally, there was a loop that was all steeper hill climb going in and then smoother downhill descent going out and someone reversed the course on me at the last minute. The reversed route also created cross-traffic. Needless to say I was fuming.My brother is like you guys. He'd rather climb a hill than go down it. I don't care either way but probably lean to feeling more comfortable climbing.