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Big Foot exists

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#4
Truly a challenge and throw in a bum knee! Gets interesting. Kick a lot of trail trash.
Plus going fast. Tall too?
Listening to pulpmx(motocross podcast) and someone actually called in asking about big boots. When I saw this I laughed alittle because the timing was impeccable.

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woodsguy

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#5
Plus going fast. Tall too?
Listening to pulpmx(motocross podcast) and someone actually called in asking about big boots. When I saw this I laughed alittle because the timing was impeccable.

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6'3'+. Fast? Do ok for a 67 y/o, but not fast in the truest sense of the word, lol!
 

woodsguy

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#9
So basically no bikes fit easily.
If you push yourself to go as fast as you can(without dying). It counts.
I'm jealous, seems like you race alot!

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Up to this year I've did the TORCS series and 1 enduro. Not much this year, 2 TORCS and 2 enduros, but have entered 1 more enduro for the year. Not sure I've ever done 3 enduros in a year. Not my favorite discipline.
 
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Up to this year I've did the TORCS series and 1 enduro. Not much this year, 2 TORCS and 2 enduros, but have entered 1 more enduro for the year. Not sure I've ever done 3 enduros in a year. Not my favorite discipline.
Jmz wants to cut trails over here
I still want to eventually host a torcs

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#18
Can you rent something like this?


Or buy for only $27k on ebay
It's in the cards, will probably end up with a dozer because we want to build a lake too. $27k is just for that mulching head, plus ~$50k for a quality used skid steer. But building a shop is first on the list. Trying to pick contractor.

But we have plenty of space for a good loop.


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JMZ

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Gonzales , TX
#19
It wont take as much as you think to clear some single track trails . But a little mulcher would make quick work of it. I do agree with a dozer over a mulcher for your situation aspr . I`ve been running big mulchers for the co-op since 05. It never gets boring :trust:
 

2WheelNut

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Arlington
#22
At least you get your moneys worth out of a set of boots. I always hated paying full price when my kids were size 6 or 8 mens when it took half the materials of a size 12 or 14.
 
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League City, Texas
#23
I sent someone a pair of size 15 Hipoints a few years ago. Said he always wanted a pair and after I had lost some weight, they were too big for me. He said if he put on 2 pair of heavy socks, they fit perfectly.
 
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