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Right now is a great time to buy a new ATV or UTV. Whether you have a farm, ranch, construction business, or you hunt, fish, ride for recreation, there has never been a better time to purchase a new 4-wheeler than this month. Why? The model year change is already underway and most all-terrain Read More…

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Check out these innovative and odd inventions for motorvating on snow. How about a 1924 Ford Model T snowmobile? Or an early Tucker Sno-Cat. Something tells me this one might have been just a concept. Awesome! This Sno Runner seems unlikely… it also looks like fun! Wow. All-terrain. Harleys! Read More…

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So your battery is dead, and no help is to be found. How can you get your car started? Well, if it has a manual transmission you can always pull- or push-start it. But what if you aren’t strong enough to move the vehicle or it’s in a bad position? In that case, you can[.....]

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Next level is a term thrown around a lot every time a manufacturer introduces a new vehicle platform to the market. Typically that translates into a boost in horsepower and more suspension travel. But a flying UTV takes next level to the next level. That’s what SkyRunner LLC has accomplished with Read More…

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Let’s say you’re in the market for a strong utility terrain vehicle. Something that can take a hit. Something easy to take apart, fix, and put back together with little more than a hammer and wrench. Since 1991, Tomcar has been building and overbuilding the toughest UTV’s around. Read More…

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Say what you want about ethanol fuels, but they can ruin gasoline engines. This is particularly true with small engines like outboard motors, lawn equipment, and ATVs. What happens over time is that the ethanol gums up the carburetors, fuel lines, filters, and other components. Time to fight back. A Read More…

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The first principle of effective prepping is organization. At this trait my father was the champion. He learned it from 20 years in the military and a long flying career until he was 75 years old. He lived by the time honored principle of, “a place for everything and everything in its place.” Read More…