Welcome, probably one of the first things you will want to do is lift it a bit, 14" wheels and 28 tires will make it a different machine, see if you can get the dealer to up size the tires and wheels, worth a try. I don't know about your terrain when you live but down here in the Sonora we need clearance cause the rocks keep growing.Hi everyone! I'm about to pick up a 2015 Viking next week from a local Yammie motorsports dealer - just waiting for some minor repairs to be completed. Red in color - comes with a winch AND blade for the winter. My first UTV purchase (I have a plethora of motorcycles and dirt bikes - Suzuki, Kawasaki, and Honda), a small John Deer tractor and a large 1959 International 660 tractor (PTO still works!).
So, any recommendations/hacks/tweaks (other than silicone my brake pad ends )? I've seen some gun rack add-ons that looked pretty good that will be handy during hunting season this fall.
Anyways, nice to meet you all.
I'm located in north/central Alberta
Ronny, What tires/size or those. I am about to order some
Thanks for the welcome! I am turtle (Tim). I just got a 2014 viking and thought I could get some good tips here. I am in GA and primarily use my Viking in West Virginia. So far I am happy with it.Welcome to VikingForum - we hope to be a friendly, informative place for Viking Owners and ATV enthusiasts in general. If you love ATV's, enjoy off-roading, or just like the look of the Viking, you'll find like minded people here that feel the same
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