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post #1 of 28 (permalink) Old 01-01-2016, 05:22 PM Thread Starter
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Thumbs up Had a fun New Years Day

I stayed home New Years Eve but started New Years Day early.

Ran a couple calls starting around 01:30, went to the station and put some rain guards on the windows of the wife's HHR (pic 1) and then one of the guys at the station said we need to go for a ride. So a few of us went to cut some more trails. Finished up a little while ago with supper at the local Mexican Restaurant.
The old Prowler would never keep up the the RZR 900's when it comes to speed & jumps but for most trail riding no problem it can hang right with the big boys.
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'07 Prowler 650 H1 XT, L.E.D. stop/turn signals, Summit Racing heater, AC winch, AC windshield, soft cab & doors, 6' Eagle Plow, oil gauge, Maxxis MT-762 truck tires, AC Fender Flares, E-Brake alarm, Yutrax UTV Jump Seat, Dynatek CDI
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post #2 of 28 (permalink) Old 01-02-2016, 02:47 AM
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That is about how much snow we have here, rained out and now is a block of ice, still not enough to put the tracks on..I may also go for a toot today..



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I stayed in! The roads were pretty slick, and these people are idiots when it comes to winter driving! Just like everywhere else!

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We got about 4 ", a lot has melted already. Most of the side streets are still snow packed.
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I stayed home New Years Eve but started New Years Day early.

Ran a couple calls starting around 01:30, went to the station and put some rain guards on the windows of the wife's HHR (pic 1) and then one of the guys at the station said we need to go for a ride. So a few of us went to cut some more trails. Finished up a little while ago with supper at the local Mexican Restaurant.
The old Prowler would never keep up the the RZR 900's when it comes to speed & jumps but for most trail riding no problem it can hang right with the big boys.
Good looking car your wife has,I think as for as woods riding the prowler goes as good if not better than most...I always did feel the prowler was underated.

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Gave the ole truck a little upgrade today, add fender flares just for the hell of it. I probably should have waited until summer so the sun could bake the 3M tape a little better.
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Gave the ole truck a little upgrade today, add fender flares just for the hell of it. I probably should have waited until summer so the sun could bake the 3M tape a little better.
I like them,they look just like the ones that come on my 2500 HD.

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Gave the ole truck a little upgrade today, add fender flares just for the hell of it. I probably should have waited until summer so the sun could bake the 3M tape a little better.
Looks good! My buddy did the same thing with his Ram to cover up the gaping rust holes.

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We used to just radius the wheel wells! Have jig saw, will travel!

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Looks good! My buddy did the same thing with his Ram to cover up the gaping rust holes.
I had a little rust starting to show, no holes anywhere. By the time it starts to show past the flares I'll be ready for something else or I'll throw a flatbed on it and make it easier to haul the prowler

I bought the truck used 4 years ago, it's a 2002 with about 215,000 miles on it.
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