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Can we say BAD

Discussion in '40- & 55-Series Tech' started by wildman4wheeler, Dec 5, 2003.

  1. wildman4wheeler

    wildman4wheeler

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    Any one thinkin what im thinkin

    mattracks.com
     
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    woody unhelpful spotter Staff Member Admin

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    those are awesome, but EXTREMELY expensive....I saw them demo'd on a show once, and that rig was nearly unstoppable....
     
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    retail only 21,000 :cheers: who the hell has that much anyway and i they do then :flipoff2: :flipoff2:
     
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    Gus SILVER Star

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    Those things are bad ass, I'd like to see some of those on a Unimog, the tracks for ATVs look pretty fun as well.
     
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    mwalls54 Cruiser Nutjob SILVER Star

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    I have seen those tested many times. the movie that is on soft dirt is where i used to work at which is aberdeen proving ground in maryland. i guess if you have the money they are cool.
     
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    I like them, but i dont think i would ever consider getting them.. unless i lived in alaska or somthing

    i cant get the picture to post, but go to http://www.4x4labs.com/
    for a 40 with them on it!
     
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    [quote author=wildman4wheeler link=board=1;threadid=8442;start=msg71681#msg71681 date=1070640239]
    retail only 21,000 :cheers: who the hell has that much anyway and i they do then :flipoff2: :flipoff2:
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    Social/class envy is something that you should steer clear of. It will only cause you to loose focus on improving your own situation, and achieving your goals.

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    My boss, owner of Ek Ekcessories, has them on a 98 or so suburban. It has a 454 and with the tracks is pretty unstoppable. It has a way gay paint job on it, but he mainly uses it for shows.
     
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    They are out of Karlstad, MN. There was a Hummer set up with them at a shop around my place in Farmington. Looked pretty tough, would be fun ot go play with something like that in a very rough, swampy, snowy terrain. They were at the State fair this year too. They had a few quads set up with them, makes for a pretty tall quad, but mean looking.

    -Steve

    http://www.mattracks.com/
     
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    It would make for an unstopable quad, as long as you didn't have to turn around!
     
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    [quote author=isotel link=board=1;threadid=8442;start=msg71853#msg71853 date=1070661980]
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    I like them, but i dont think i would ever consider getting them.. unless i lived in alaska or somthing

    i cant get the picture to post, but go to http://www.4x4labs.com/
    for a 40 with them on it!
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    You wouldn't need them up here, at least the Anchorage area. They would be nice for wheelin' in the snow though. To bad they're 20K+! ::)
     
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    For that price save your cruiser and buy an older snowcat to use in the snow. Now those things are cool.
     
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    Am I mistaken, or did toyota offer these as an option to their FJ-80? I had a brocure years ago that said that. Maybe a lucid dream?
     
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    TJDIV Back in The U.P.

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    All I know is that if I lived in Michigan, I would have a set of these....no questions asked.
     
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    [quote author=drohweder link=board=1;threadid=8442;start=msg72233#msg72233 date=1070743048]
    For that price save your cruiser and buy an older snowcat to use in the snow. Now those things are cool.
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    I have actually considered that before. There is a relatively small cat for sale here that I thought would be cool to get and put a fj60 body on. We do a lot of snow wheelin' here so it would be cool.
     
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