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Default Extreme off roading with a snow cat

well, it looks like a snow cat to me. tracks are wide enough to stay on top of snow ....but this one is not in the white stuff.

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That's as cool as Melensdad's snowcat.
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Bahahaha! Love it!

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That poor engine gave all and then some. Sounded like it dropped a valve near the end. Which would explain the clouds of smoke.
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Default Re: Extreme off roading with a snow cat

the bv 206 is an all terrain vehicle at 1.25 psi ground pressure its not the greatest in the snow. also no matter what engine you have 400 hours on a rebuild seems to be par for the course. I spent 17 years working on tehm in the ak guard and you don't see one in my stable.
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