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It's rained the last four weekends and were getting a little muddy!:D
 

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Man that front end looks mean with the mud spray up the sides. Nice picture!
 

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Man that front end looks mean with the mud spray up the sides. Nice picture!
Thanks Moose, this has been fun, my disability prevents me from getting out much, but it is helping mentally. I get out for an hour or two in the mornings and afternoons. I'm feeling like a kid again instead of and old crippled guy. OH! And yesterday I left my property and came around a curve greeting it and the police went by giving me the dirty look ( your not suppose to ride these on the roads here) so I stomped on the gas thru a curve and bounced thru the gate on my property down the hill out of site:D what a rush I got,hehe!
 

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Hahaha! Way to duck the fuzz!

Glad your getting some good benefits from the Pioneers use. I know what it feels like to be crippled up and the heck if I don't feel older every day. I was just telling my wife that I think my hips set a new pain record this morning.

Mental is a big part in any disease or sickness . As our bodies start to fail, mentally we need to adjust and find fun other places. It sucks. But it is what it is.
 

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Not too crippled up, yet, but my 60 year old body is telling me to find easier ways to do things around the ranch. That's why I'm trading off the ATV and going to a Pioneer. Besides feeding cows, just getting outside during these long winters helps mentally. Anyone who knows me would agree I can use all the help I can get, in that department...
 

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Not too crippled up, yet, but my 60 year old body is telling me to find easier ways to do things around the ranch. That's why I'm trading off the ATV and going to a Pioneer. Besides feeding cows, just getting outside during these long winters helps mentally. Anyone who knows me would agree I can use all the help I can get, in that department...
Yes we are Honda's target market, we have a mini farm and raise chickens and are looking to get a few head of cattle. There always seems to be brush trimming at the farthest reached of our homestead and this a lot more fun than getting the tractor, riding lawn mower. Although the cool factor of my 57 Chevy 3800 dually is hard to beat. I will save the cool factor for the road.
 

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Thanks Moose, this has been fun, my disability prevents me from getting out much, but it is helping mentally. I get out for an hour or two in the mornings and afternoons. I'm feeling like a kid again instead of and old crippled guy. OH! And yesterday I left my property and came around a curve greeting it and the police went by giving me the dirty look ( your not suppose to ride these on the roads here) so I stomped on the gas thru a curve and bounced thru the gate on my property down the hill out of site:D what a rush I got,hehe!
I think we should call A&E if they drop Duck Dynasty they should give us our own reality show "Pioneer Riders" . Can you picture Duwop out running the cops on his Pioneer, that would make a good film!
 

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:D yes Dick, those crazy Cajuns don't have anything on me. I like the idea of being a reality star, I'm afraid it will only last a show or two as I'm not one to Minse words and might just offend lots of those yuppie types Phil Robertson is always annoyed with and refers too frequently. No offense!
 

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My show would be called American Moose. I'm a very majestic animal, the camera loves me. I do have a son named Bear, so maybe Bear n Moose. It could be on national geographic. People tuning in would be confused as heck
 
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I use 2500 psi pressure washer first then soap and water with terry towel, she cleaned up well today
 

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I hose mine off after every ride to get the mud off the frame. I spent 30 minutes at the car wash today spraying it off, and STILL missed some mud. :). There are lots of nooks and crannies on this beast for mud to hide.
 

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10-4 on the nooks and crannies, I spent about an hour on mine. After dry I always find missed spots
 
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