I dont mind mud when I go to play in the mud. But when I go hunting with my gear down these slick lease roads we have in Alberta I just peal the top inch off and throw it on my head, and thats only going 5km/hr. Hard to get excited about that.
SXFlyer thanks for the info I been on that site lots and I dont know how I missed them.
Monkeyass: Thanks for the laugh, it brought back some funny memories. I remember sitting around with some other ATVers drinking and talking about which mud "Tastes" the worst. Most of us decided it was from the "Baroid Mines". That is a place where Halliburton mined Barite to weight down the mud offshore. The holes had since filled in with bright green water and had a slight smell to them. The water was alkali and nothing could live or grow in it. I would not mind getting some fender extensions for my Rinny though.
hehe... yeah, I kinda get a kick out of that mud spray that shoots up like a rooster tail when im just coasting down a mud road...
I went out riding last night on a skunk hunt and was thinking about wider fender flairs as I was trying to turn tight in the bush...although my tires stick out further then the stock flairs, I see the wider flairs getting in the way on those tight turns as even the stock fenders hit trees and such...
when going to the 26" tires, you do get alot more stuff flying up at you. theres nothing wrong with it unless you have cows and try going 40 mph though your field. trust me shit flys lol lol. just make sure you have some handy wipes ready for you and who ever is rideing behind you lol. ps. cow crap sticks to the rinnys plastic like superglue, a powerwasher sure is a big help
Mudchucker, here in chetwynd we had a huge mud pit that was right beside our local sewer/settling ponds, and all the dough heads around here used to go 4x4ing with pickups and quads....... the district put up fences and lockes 'r' down. It makes me laugh when I read about your cows, I try to avoid the piles and end up in the piss pools. lol
we eat 300 pounds of beef a year, 200 pounds of buffalo, and 90 pounds of chicken wings, and about 100 pounds of chicken... as its all raised at the family farm, or near by (the bisson farm is down the road a mile) I buy by by the side, or by the dozzen so Im pretty accurate on how much we BBQ... dis I mention we have an anual party we call "Wingfest" every year, its the first saturday of August... if you can find it, your invited