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Added some footage of ripping around in 3-5 feet of hard drifted snow in Alberta, Canada. Have not needed to shovel or use the winch yet, knock on wood. Won't be able to push the thing out weighing 1400 pounds. I am sure I will press my luck and find myself in a pickle but hey that is what it is all about, adventure.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/95rtptfysfmen5v/Yamaha Viking with Tracks.wmv
 

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Sweet, the tracks look awesome..
 

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On hard packed high range works but when you are in the deep stuff it is best to gear down and save your belt and gas as it will dog a bit. Plenty of low end power compared to my old 2011 Rhino. Got to do something when you have 6 months of winter.
 

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Where are you in Alberta? I'm up in Peace River. Are you close?
 

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I know why you need trax, mine cannot go anywhere in more than 12" of snow with stock tires:(. It will just hop up and down. And I don't think 27's will help either with how much snow is at my place. But I am too cheap to by trax so, I guess I will wait for the snow to melt down:eek:
 
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