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Default snow build up around rear CV boots

How many of you have this problem? On the west coast here we can go from a wet snow at low elevation and as you climb up you get into the colder dry snow. We find if you stop for any length of time the wet snow will freeze around the rear outer boot. And unless you clean it out the frozen snow and ice will tear the boot off. We are playing with a 2014 king quad 750 with tracks.
It would be interesting to know if anyone else has run into this. Its not only me because there 6 other bikes in town that have this problem. All have tracks and three different makes
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