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Postby rorycoyote » Sun Jul 17, 2011 8:02 am

you guys that use 4 wheelers may want to take a look at this web site. www.xrak.net i use one lots for work. and one of the adc guys i work with is the one that designed the whole deal. we can put a tool box, decent sized dog box, and a 4 wheeler in a shortbed pickup.


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Re: xrak

Postby Tim Anderson » Sun Jul 17, 2011 12:42 pm

Looks kinda handy and would seem to work well with the little ATV's.. I would'nt want to drive to far with a ATV sitting way at the back like it shows in the pick, on a long trip you can kiss youre front tires goodbye. My ATV's are a little on the big side so I have to trailor them but I have enough room for a extra hunter and gear...
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Postby Prairie Ghost » Sat Jul 30, 2011 9:04 pm

Nice system
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Re: xrak

Postby DustyC » Mon Aug 01, 2011 2:42 am

Steves areally good guy and really good at fabrication. I know that he has used one for several years and never had any trouble with it beating up his trucks. I will own one some day, first I need a 4 wheeler!! :D
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Re: xrak

Postby rorycoyote » Tue Aug 02, 2011 10:12 am

they do work great. the nicest part is how fast it is to get a four wheeler out of the truck. which those few moments can save a guys ass when ground crewing if there is a wounded coyote that needs taken care of. also they go places that a trailer cant go. ill try to get around to taking some pictures of us using them for work.


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Re: xrak

Postby DustyC » Wed Aug 03, 2011 2:13 am

Hows the job goin Rory?
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Re: xrak

Postby rorycoyote » Sat Aug 06, 2011 9:22 am

its goin pretty good. like steve says its a rough job but someone has to do it. i think the best part about it is goin hunting without having to pay for the gas


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Re: xrak

Postby rorycoyote » Mon Sep 12, 2011 1:09 pm

Tim Anderson wrote:Looks kinda handy and would seem to work well with the little ATV's.. I would'nt want to drive to far with a ATV sitting way at the back like it shows in the pick, on a long trip you can kiss youre front tires goodbye. My ATV's are a little on the big side so I have to trailor them but I have enough room for a extra hunter and gear...
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its not bad on the front tires. mine is always on my work truck and we drive 100-200 miles a day normally.
it can handle side by sides as well
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