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Mac102004 last won the day on November 30 2019

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  1. I really like the new Nemesis tractors. Canadian made and Cummins powered. Haven't seen hardly any dressed up as Kubota's though.
  2. Mac102004

    New Zillas

    I remember a lot of guys ran 27x8's back in the day up front, worked good before PS. I always liked the wider footprint though.
  3. Mac102004

    New Zillas

    Mud Bugs cannot be beat. They had a good run though. I sold my 25's but no way I'm parting with my 28's. The Swamp Witches I'm running on Rubicant #2 have been working pretty good as well. Which is no surprise, back when HighLifter (HL) was selling the Outlaw MST it was a really close performer to the Mud Bugs But we never seen many of them up here until Arctic Cat came out with the first Mud Pro models and used the MST's on them for the first year or two before switching over to Zilla's instead, other than those factory sets, buying them aftermarket was quite expensive, much more than what Mud Bugs were costing at the time IIRC, which were always popular here. I like the zillas but they don't last like Mud Bugs did. Maybe sometimes you don't need to get 10 years out of a set of tires though. I haven't even been paying attention much to the new tires out there. Seems like lots of trail tires then everyone else buys tractor tires now. HL discontinued the Outlaws, never thought I'd see the day.
  4. Sold all this stuff awhile back ended up just putting it on ebay.
  5. Always used to be around the $75-100 a piece mark, not really a big ticket item. They are a decent bumper though.
  6. yes the original mud lites would wear on the wide part of the V lug then rip off the tips and usually end up leaking. I don’t know much about the new Mud Lite 2’s I’ve seen a few sets they certainly look impressive.
  7. i haven’t tried really, nobody seemed to care about the REB Forenans like they did the 300’s haha. yeah still checking in from time to time 👍
  8. it'll be on ebay in about a week starting at 99 cents lol I took it apart to clean it up looks like new now lol
  9. pry behind flywheel and whack the puller with a hammer just be careful not to damage the case
  10. 300EX Carb to be sold as a package $350 CAD ($275 USD) OBO I'll cover shipping for forum members. I had intended to put this on a 300FW but never happened, you would have to "clearance" the bottom of the fuel tank with a large hammer to make it work IIRC. Includes: 300EX Carb, been sitting a few years, would need a good cleaning, has stock pilot jet and a 128 dynojet installed as well as I think a dynojet spring and maybe needle. Dynojet jet kit (opened) 300ex factory throttle cable (used) approx. 30 main jets ranging from 125-192 mostly aftermarket but some genuine mixed in 3 extra pilot jets, 40, 42, 45 Bolt on 2.25" swingarm stretch for TRX300FW $400 CAD ($315 USD) OBO I'll cover shipping for forum members. Built by Don Oglesby, a bit crude but it works. Bolt on with no permanent modifications needed, can easily be returned to stock. Includes all brackets and extended driveshaft, I think a factory 88-93 front driveshaft may also work with the kit as they are about the same length. I had this bolted on for mockup but never ended up using it. Been sitting on my shelf for a few years time to move it along.
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