Max IV breaking through thin ice

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    Max IV breaking through thin ice



    Last edited by Mike; 03-21-2016 at 08:27 PM. Reason: merged two consecutive posts and embedded the video by using the filmstrip button
    What it lacks in ground clearance it makes up for with traction.

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    You're missing a slash in the link :https://vimeo.com/159712661



    Aha! cool, I didn't know how to do that one...
    (I don't have any videos out there so I never tried, but just the same...)
    Last edited by JohnF; 03-21-2016 at 11:00 AM.

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    Last edited by Model Citizen; 07-12-2016 at 06:13 PM.

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    Heeeere you go...


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    Thanks for all the help, lord know I need it when it comes to this stuff lol.
    What it lacks in ground clearance it makes up for with traction.

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    No sweat T-bone. IT support is always on-call.

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    Thanks guys. Give that try, I edited both of them.
    What it lacks in ground clearance it makes up for with traction.

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    Man that looked like fun. That high speed second video was great. I was worried that you were taking on water through the rear of the machine when you were almost out of the hole.

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    Thanks Mike. Yes it was a blast, just a little water in the tub when I was done. I wanted to see how the extra heavy small tired machine would handle incase of a break through out ice fishing. I normally go play on last ice with my 18 hp. IV. With no cage and less weight in back plus big tires it handles much better.
    What it lacks in ground clearance it makes up for with traction.

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