You say it did better than you thought. How do you think it will work getting out on the ice, pulling a portable ice shack and all the gear through a foot of snow? My Grizzly actually does a pretty darn good job of it and I'd hate to lose capability.
I think it would do better than a grizzly. Especially in diff lock. It went up snow covered hills and ditches pretty easy. Only problem when you get it stuck on the ice its going to be tougher to get out.
Very nice pictures guys. Any videos???
It looks like you all are running the OEM tires, Wow! from some of the posts it sounds like you would be lucky to get off the driveway with them, and if you did, they would go flat. I'm impressed.
Had mine in over a foot of snow climbing some pretty steep hills in an area with lots of dead fall trees on the ground and I have to say I was totally impressed with the machines ability to climb, maneuver around stuff and absorb impacts. All with OEM tires.
Went out last Saturday and did about a 100km ride with some friends. It was my first time out in the snow and it did very well. Now it's too bad we lost a lot of that snow between yesterday and today with temps above freezing and a lot of rain and high winds yesterday. Here's to hoping the ground can freeze before we get more snow and that we get a decent amount.
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