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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 05-31-2010, 09:36 AM Thread Starter
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Well I've had the prowler a while now and yesterday took it to a party on a dairyfarm. There were big trucks doing mud runs and stuff. So after some got stuck I thaught I would try it. Wow the Cat did amazing in the deep slop. And it shut up the farm boys and a few are ready to ditch there trucks and get Cats. Everone was very impressed with the way this thing didnt stop at all in the mudd.
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Well I've had the prowler a while now and yesterday took it to a party on a dairyfarm. There were big trucks doing mud runs and stuff. So after some got stuck I thaught I would try it. Wow the Cat did amazing in the deep slop. And it shut up the farm boys and a few are ready to ditch there trucks and get Cats. Everone was very impressed with the way this thing didnt stop at all in the mudd.
Did you you the terracross tires in the mud?
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Ya and they cleaned out realy well better than the bighorns on my buddys RZR.
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Ya and they cleaned out realy well better than the bighorns on my buddys RZR.
I wondered how they would do in mud, of course having boat loads of power probably helps clean them out too. Imagine what it could do with some dedicated mudders.
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Yes I know and a lift, look out. But I dont usualy ride in deep mud. It was fun but it will take a week to clean it. I'll stick to fast trails and leave the mud to the farmers. Lol.
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I like the mud and water, but i am retired and have plenty of time to clean. Glad to hear you showed those ol boys how a cat can run

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I hate cleaning after the mud runs too. I spray the under side with wd40. It makes the clean up a lot easier.
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post #8 of 12 (permalink) Old 06-01-2010, 06:29 AM
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Baby oil works well too.
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post #9 of 12 (permalink) Old 06-01-2010, 06:35 AM
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never seen baby oil in a spray can .. j/k ya

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We used to use it when we were racing sprint cars and midgets. Made clean up really easy. Just put the baby oil in a spray can that could be pressurized with the air compressor.
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