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06-14-2012 01:29 AM
hey guys ive been lookin around and found this site, just bought my first 198? argo 6x6 from alberta and been lookin at posts for cool upgrades u guys come up with. But i havnt seen may exhaust set up pics and right now im swapin my tired motor for a new one but i dont like the original argo exhaust cause its melting the body, just wondering what others have used for exhaust set ups and what sounds the best and were i can find them in alberta thanx!
06-14-2012 10:07 PM
Welcome to the site "obey the 6x6". :wavey" For your exhaust question try starting a new thread in the Argo forum and someone will probably be able to give you some recommendations.
06-15-2012 12:01 AM
What a great site! Thanks so much! Hello, I've been into aatv for a while, around twenty years. First one and still one I have is a 484cc Attex. Also bought a Hustler soon after the Attex and that is all I have. The Hustler is a Fiberglass one, with a 400cc motor and jet pump. Thanks again everyone here, just started to look at the pictures and can't believe the unbelievable machines I see! fencepostjed
06-15-2012 12:56 AM
I found this forum through YouTube videos. They were great! I have little experience with ATV's, having had a Chineese 2x4 250cc for a couple of months. I quickly realized that the A in ATV for that machine really should be an S, for "Some Terrain Vehicle". I have now bought a MAX II 2006 Model. It will be delivered in about a week. I just cant wait!
Here in Norway almost any kind of offroad motorized activity in illegal, but of course there are secret places where no one comes :-).
I really look forward to drive the MAX, in the 6x6world videos people of all kinds seems to have so much fun.
06-15-2012 07:01 AM
Hi skarven and welcome to the site! Now you will see what both "A"'s stand for in AATV. Sorry about all the restrictions (sounds like a few places I've been,lol) but it sounds like you have the plan. Enjoy your new ride!
Still want a Max IV
06-15-2012 09:33 PM
fencepostjed and skarven, welcome to the site.
06-17-2012 02:39 PM
Hey guys, I picked up a 1995 Max IV last sunday, makes some noises which I found out today what they were since it was the forst time really getting it out...splitting spindles. Whoever had it before didnt put solids on and they are junk, however, I was able to ride and do some good mudding. I love this machine, cant wait to get it riding and running 100%. I will be asking lots of questions so I hope you guys are ready! Great site here, glad I joined. I am in Pittsburgh if anyone wants to let me know if there is anything local. I will check the other threads.
06-17-2012 06:28 PM
Hi Blake.Welcome to 6x6 world,There are some members in your area that are always ready to help a fellow member.Good luck with the max IV.Awesome machine.
06-18-2012 06:49 PM
Name is Garrett. I've been collecting machines to hurt myself for quite a few years now (dirt bikes, pit bikes, an atc 70, etc.) and just found a 6x6 to add to the stable. These things look rediculous!!! I can wait to get it home and start workin on getting it running.
06-18-2012 07:52 PM
Welcome to the site! What model did you pick up? :edit: I already answered that. A sierra trailboss! lol They are a cool machine.
Originally Posted by oilspot
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