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Picked up my wildcat today.

Discussion in 'Non Mustang General Discussion' started by Fst Blk, May 27, 2017.

  1. Fst Blk

    Fst Blk Well-Known Member

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    Already took her out and got her muddy lol. [​IMG]

    Had a blast. After seeing the kids faces having a ball, I think I made the right decision.


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  2. tarafied1

    tarafied1 Well-Known Member

    that thing is huge!
     
  3. Fst Blk

    Fst Blk Well-Known Member

    Yup lol. Like a baby Jeep. Guess I don't have to buy a Jeep now. It's surprisingly nimble on the trails though.


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  4. tarafied1

    tarafied1 Well-Known Member

    cool, looks like fun
     
  5. Fst Blk

    Fst Blk Well-Known Member

    Definitely. Kids loved it. We are planning a few rides. Amanda is happy with it also and we all know the tale on that lol.


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  6. tarafied1

    tarafied1 Well-Known Member

    that's great! enjoy it my friend (son)
     
  7. RapidRabbit

    RapidRabbit Well-Known Member

    That is a pretty sweet machine.
     
  8. 3175375

    3175375 Well-Known Member

    Nice! I first thought from the title you had picked up an old Buick.
     
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  9. blue65coupe

    blue65coupe Well-Known Member

    Where are you located/do you ride? We have a group that hits the Hatfield/McCoy trails 3-4 times a year. I stay on a quad but bought a Pioneer 4 for around the house and to take the family. I love the stances of the Wildcats. One of our guys has a 4 seater Can Am 1000 then there are a couple RZR 1000. One of the guys bought the Can Am x3 and after the second ride he sold it. Desert runner, def not a trail machine. Have fun man and be safe. Seen (and been in) my share of accidents. Fractured my skull and had a CSF leak just 8 weeks ago...with a helmet.
     
  10. msell66

    msell66 Road Worthy

    Holy crow, officer Barbrady came back!
     
  11. guruatbol

    guruatbol Always on vacation!

    I have two four wheelers. I don't get the appeal of these side by sides.

    I'd think it more useful to have a jeep, first gen bronco, scout or samurai.

    Mel

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  12. blue65coupe

    blue65coupe Well-Known Member

    The sxs are a different ride. I prefer a quad as it's more fun but, I can't take the family on it. A sxs is a more laid back ride. A vehicle is not allowed on a lot of the trails also.
     
  13. blue65coupe

    blue65coupe Well-Known Member

    Never left, just hid peanut.
     
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  14. turq66

    turq66 Well-Known Member

    Wait! What? You OK?
     
  15. Fst Blk

    Fst Blk Well-Known Member

    I'm in southeast KY. Just been doing some local riding as of yet. Looking at Royal Blue in TN as soon as the kids helmets get delivered. We've just been doing some light trail riding adjusting to the machine.


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  16. blue65coupe

    blue65coupe Well-Known Member

    I would discourage you against Royal Blue or any of the trails in that area. They aren't light. They are rocky and technical with severely rutted out logging roads. The H/M system is much better. We've ridden quite a few of em.
     
  17. blue65coupe

    blue65coupe Well-Known Member

    Yup. Freak accident that happened in a blink of an eye. Sustained a concussion and my nose wouldn't quit running the whole wknd. Came home, got a scan, spent a week on the neuro floor. Doctors were baffled as I had no brain injury...told them there was nothing there. Skull fracture between the eyes behind the nose with a spinal fluid leak. The good Lord decided it wasn't my time to die that day. Hadn't been on the quads more than half an hour and hadn't even made it to the trails. Think of a rally car when they come over a hill. I admit I was moving pretty damn fast and the gravel road had a bend in it as I topped a crest and the four wheeler didn't turn. My wife finding out is whole 'nother story. Still catching hell over it.
     
  18. rbohm

    rbohm Active Member

    nice machine, however when i hear the name wildcat in regards to automotive use, i always think buick, not off road four wheeler.:D
     
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  19. Fst Blk

    Fst Blk Well-Known Member

    Have you done royal blue? Pics look like there are some light trails?? What is h/m?


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  20. blue65coupe

    blue65coupe Well-Known Member

    I have, won't go back. H/M--Hatfield McCoy system. Loads and loads of trails. They literally have any kind of riding you could want. When we went to Royal Blue we took 8, none liked it. It is slow, rocky riding. Even on the "light" trails. Gonna send you a pm.
     

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