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Just got my front Klaws to match the rear. Ordered T2's as well should be here monday.....I'm still recovering from a broken wrist that happened just 6 weeks ago (just got my cast off). Nothing real big until I get healed up completely. :rock
The new mods.....



 

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nice pics-cant wait until the yfz goes skyward on those monster jumps you were hitting on the r! the tires are 18" rears and 20" fronts right?
 

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looks good man!!!!!!!!! 4-wheeler whoops :rock ........ all our friggin tracks hav little d-bike whoops that are 3 centimeters apart, but its fun to skip them :rock :red
 

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Track is at my house.....has whoops section, rhythms section, berms, 2 tables, 3 doubles, a woods section.
 

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sweet. can you give info on what you used too make those woops? like who hauled in your dirt and what did you use too level them out etc..thanks
 

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id also like to know wat kind of dirt u used..... dirt i hav like eroded from all the rain :| :red
 

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It took 30-40 dump truck loads of dirt. I rent a big farm house and the owner's son rides as well and we used his dump truck and tractor. We started building it a year ago, it takes lots of time. Before, the area you see was all trees...lots of chainsawin'! The dirt I used is somewhat sandy in appearance, only this stuff is more red and has some clay properties as well. We just dug it out of the pasture, so I don't know the scientific name of it or anything. As far as leveling them, we just stood back and looked at them and used a rake to manicure them. From time to time we get the rake out and spruce them up a little, but they hold there shape very well. The whoops have been through a year of hard riding on them with very little maintenence and are holding up great. Some of the landings for the doubles are dirt over old cars :lol

We are still continually working on it and hope to get a couple bobcats out there to get the track smoothed out and refined some more. We are adding another rhythm section and a bigger double on the back straight-away. Overall I'd say the track is only 2 acres or so.
 

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Here are some more pics of it.......
Notice the doubles in the background....


Here is one double, a mere 45ft

Same Table, different shot, different machine...
 

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This one is a trench jump, you come up the face and launch over it like a steep table and land on the backside.....

Another old shot of the whoops........
 

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If any of you fellas wants a layout of the track I have a preschool type drawing of it. Also, if you Kansas residents feel like riding over here, just drop me a line for directions....... :D
 

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nice bike you need to come out to dragoon some time and race
 

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We just removed some natural hills out in the pasture, no holes. Everyone has been saying to come out to Dragoon. I plan on racing this year so I'll be there sometime for sure.
 

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Very nice track! I wish we had some land to manipulate,all we got is peat and low laying at that.
Tell me what you think of those Klaws as compared to say a reg holeshot or turf tamer? thanks
 
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