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  1. #7201
    Hello, I'm not new to the board had an 8x8 avenger, but I have been MiIA for about 10 years so I'm back under the new name! Anyway just picked up a 98 6x6 Bigfoot with a very rusty frame and chains but suprisingly good bearings, anyway looking forward to spending some time reading posts an d relearning my machine

  2. #7202
    Join Date
    Jan 2023
    Location
    Linden, NC
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    HI, excited to be here and looking forward to riding possibilities and adventures (from NC to Alaska and Canada)!! Just retired from the military and bought my childhood dream toy! 2021 Argo 8x8 Frontier 750. Located in the Linden, NC area.
    I saw the Busco ride but not the TN ride posted on the form? Thank you for having me!

  3. #7203
    Join Date
    Feb 2013
    Location
    shenendoah valley,va.
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    hey gg...welcome ! hope you can join us for the busco gathering . that's a great machine and i'm sure you would have a fun time putting it to test there . lot's of fine folks . sounds like we will get a good group . keep in touch , the list should start at some point . johnboy va

  4. #7204
    New to the group, bought my first Argo back in October. 1997 Conquest, 18in super tracks with ice cleats, soft cab with heater. Sure has been a learning experience but for ice fishing around these areas there is no better machine! Wanted a way to explore without freezing my wife and kids out of the sport, this has been a blast so far. Will try to post a video sooner than later but glad to have a resource like this site.

    I am located in Central Wisconsin where amphibious vehicles are all but unheard of and really like to talk with people about these machines. It's a head turner wherever we go!

  5. #7205
    Hi Folks, I just picked up a 8X8 avenger, I think I'm going to have a blast with this thing all year around. I've been poking around this site and it looks like any question I may have has already been asked and answered. I'm looking forward to learning from the great experience on this site.

    Thanks
    Ken

  6. #7206
    Welcome Ken sit back poke around find ur way around the site huge amount of info here thousands of combined hours of knowledge and some interesting stories and pics.NCT

  7. #7207
    Join Date
    Aug 2023
    Location
    Southeastern US
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    2
    Hi all, new Vanguard 2 owner here. Pleasure to be a part of the site; I leaned on it very heavily during the research process.

  8. #7208
    Join Date
    Feb 2013
    Location
    shenendoah valley,va.
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    welcome buddy ...nice to have you . not as many people on here as in the past , but you can still get info and guidance if your patient . where you located ? jboy va

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  10. #7210
    Join Date
    Jan 2023
    Location
    Eastern upper peninsula Michigan
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    I?m working on a T20 out of a Max4- saw a post somewhere a while back that said you can have your old bands relined instead of buying new ones. Is that still a possibility? Trying to save a friend a bunch of money- unit has been worked on before( has double oring plungers) but has been neglected for several years - rusty ?fluid? instead of ATF. Spent considerable time cleaning and getting drums polished up. Bands aren?t terrible but do have some cracks and debonding. Thanks

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