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The Viking and its big brother 2011 Can-am Outlander 800 XT-P with black STI HD2 wheels and 26" Original Bighorns
 

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So clean good choice in both machines
 

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Thanks, and it didnt take long at all, pressure washer with a foam cannon, and boom all clean, lol.
 

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they do look good...has ur buggy ever saw dirt? lol

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Once really, when i first got it, cant ride that spot anymore, and i really dont have anyother place to ride other than around the yard and down the streets, sadly. Ive got a hunting club at the end of my street that costs $650, that has a ton of logging roads to ride, but just dont have the money this year.
 

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What kind of pressure washer with foam cannon do ya got
 

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I wouldnt go over 2700psi, like you said, it could damage decals, paint, etc. My washer has different tips for it, and i use the wide angle spray, works really well, i love the foam cannon too, fun, lol.
 

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I have the same foam can it works like a charm. Tip for the guys looking to get the cannon make sure you have a decent pressure washer to get that thick coat of foam ;)
 

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Can you use any car wash shampoo in one of those cannons or does it require special detergent


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You can use any car wash soap, I've used Turtle Wax ICE car wash soap, Turtle Wax wash & Wax, etc. No problems.
 

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Its works reall nice, used it for awhile.
 

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Spray the underside of you fenders with PAM or Pledge furniture polish and the mud will come off much easier.
 

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Spray the underside of you fenders with PAM or Pledge furniture polish and the mud will come off much easier.
Great idea it makes sense to have a layer of lubricant if thats what you want to call so the dirt and grime don't stick.

But won't it smell like butter when it heats up :D
 
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