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Where have you been? I know the whole problem with Breakneck but thats just one riding place. CTtrailusers, have there stuff straight and I see them making progress in the future. I aslo found out that if I join my local 200 SPortsmen club I can ride their 300 acres. Sounds like a deal to me. Plus my cousins land in Killingly and the state forests out in Western mass. I hope you've just beeb busy and not giving up and still planning on riding.


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Doolin,

I have been rather busy here lately doing projects that have been on hold. Now that I am getting caught up around here it may be time for a ride soon. I just installed some hand warmers on the Grizzly and I been debating selling my Mudlites and getting some ATR's. Anyway, I am still alive and well and give me a call when you can get away and do a ride.
 

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Nice! Glad to know you're still here. I've actually been looking alot into the ATR's as well. But if you're selling the mudlites... How come you're thinking of changing now? I've yet to really hit a trail with my rig. I'm curious when the snows gone, as to what tire will be suited for me.


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The Mudlites are a great tire but I am thinking overall ride capability. When I was looking for new tires I really wanted the ATR's but they didn't have them in 26" and now they do. I am not much into serious mudding and where we have been riding a good radial tire would work well. Plus the fact that a radial tire rides superb really adds to my descision. Want a good deal on my Mudlites? LOL
 

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Depending on the price its a possibility. I'm also trying to find out more on the stock tires off an Arctic 650 they are Goodyear MTR's same tires I used on my full size truck. They're great tires and it's the same tread pattern for ATV use. They're actually really similar to the ATR's. Here's a link with a picture of them on an unknown kind of quad. It's the second picture down. http://atv.dnsalias.com/forum.cgi?viewcat=Tires&viewtopic=1&show=2
 
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