Apologize to mudd-ox

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    Deedeelin1 is offline Master Mudder Deedeelin1 is on a distinguished road
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    Apologize to mudd-ox

    At no time do I regret buying a MUDD-OX. I try to have fun with the group. I will at this time if anything happens will not post it. There are some people that want to consistently downgrade a OX. I will not give them any fuel to put on the fire.

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    I know you'll get it fixed for the spring ride, and hope it isn't to hard of a fix. You'll be pulling out stuck Max 4s before you know it!

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    john swenson is offline Johnboy VA john swenson is on a distinguished road
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    i don't know of any machine that's never broken down... new or used. was it the chain tensioner ? j.b.

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    I agree, there isn't a machine out there that doesn't break. If there was we would all have one.
    "Let's stop thinking about limitations and start talking about possibilities"

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    Iíve never broken one of my machines trail riding. Oh wait. I mean Iíve almost never not broken at least one of my machines on a trail riding weekend with the group. Build them, ride them hard, break them, then fix them. Thatís the nature of the hobby. Iíve been on a ride with almost every style of 6-Wheeler and they have all needed fixed, pulled out, or flipped back over at some point.
    l like to buy stuff and no I don't do payments!

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    Well put Drew! Anything can break, any part can break, and usually it can not be predicted. I never would have thought I could twist a 1-1/4 solid axle in half.
    axle break.jpg

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    DDlin1, you are doing the members of this forum a great disservice if you don't report the problems you have with your machine, other members use that information to give themselves a heads up to what to watch for if they have a machine similar to yours, possibly saving them from getting stranded some where due to a break down. Like the others have said, the only way to keep it from breaking is to never use it, and that would certainly defeat the purpose. Also, by reporting problems, the makers of the machines can see what folks are having a problem with and devote their energy to fixing those problems and making a better machine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smudvapor View Post
    I agree, there isn't a machine out there that doesn't break. If there was we would all have one.
    My Nissan Xterra has never broke, but it sure gets stuck a whole lot more than my AATVÖ.

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    john swenson is offline Johnboy VA john swenson is on a distinguished road
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    great point marauder for all of us !! johnboy va.

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    Ralph from the looks of the gleaning going on there, I'd assume the chain was loose either from a semi loose tensioner slipping down or human error? These things happen.

    Or after relooking at picture, did it shear a key on the hydro motor? I'm having issues seeing the picture.


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