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    Sorry can't figure it out.

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    [IMG]http://i226.photobucket.com/albums/d...s/IMG_2239.jpg[/IMG]

    Can't get pictures to show up, only get the blue link. Sorry trying to figure it out. Anybody know how to use photobucket for this site?

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    That is a great photo Where is it??

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    Thanks It is the tetons.
    Does anybody know if photobucket just does not work on this site.

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    Can you download the pic from photobucket to your computer to "My Pictures"? The pic will then become jpg file which will work.-Mezz

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    I have the pics on my computer, so I just copy the jpg file and then put "/image" after it and the picture should show up?

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    Figured out how to do it. Will through up some more pics when I get a bit more time.

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    awsome pics

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    The mountain pic's have to be some of the best I've ever seen!! The second pic at 7:07 pm the long highway with the mountains in the background where was it taken?? Where did you go sleddin out west? Absolutely awesome, you made a boring evening not so boring.. Just waiting to ride tomorrow.

    m8man
    ahh, watch this..

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    Great Pics! Many "Happy place" Shots there.

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    That pic with the road and then the mountains is the Snowy Mountains in Wyoming. We headed out there last year. This year we went to Togwotee wyoming.
    Thanks for the nice comments about the pictures.

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    tkuss, still awesome pics, which area in Wyoming did you like better?

    ahh, watch this..

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    Both were awesome. Snowies was the first place I have ever been out west and we had a awesome guide who was tons of fun and found us tons of untouched areas. You can't beat togwotee though, that place is huge. Our guide wasnt quite as good, but he brought us to some massive play areas that were all untouched. There are more chutes to climb in togwotee, bigger meadows and less people. If I would go back again I would go to either place, but I would favor Togwotee.

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    Cool....these pics are really cool!! Thats a ton of snow!

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    Those are some awesome pics. My favorite is the orange sky over the mountains!

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    Sweet pictures!<font color="ff0000">•</font><font color="ff0000">•</font><font color="ff0000">•</font><font color="ff0000">•</font><font color="ff0000">•</font><font color="ff0000">•</font><font color="ff0000">•</font><font color="ff0000">•</font>

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    Thanks guys

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    How did you like that suspension on that Yammi? Did you notice much snow build up on it? It looks pretty interesting in the mags but I was wondering with all that &#34;area&#34; if snow would collect and not evac. out.

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    The snow buildup on it is generally like the second last picture. The snow does not build up in between the rails any more than a regular suspension. I definitely love the suspension. It is very hard to bottom out the trail, yet it is not to harsh in the stutter bumps either. There is only about 3500 miles on the skid now, so I can&#39;t really say yet, but I think long term durability is going to be great. It still looks brand new since it does not rust or chip paint off. It turns the heavy Apex into a nice big bump machine. Over summer I am extending to 144&#34; and going with a big lug track. I bought a used 2&#34; lug, but I may cut it down a 1/4 or 1/2 inch once the season goes on depending on snow conditions.

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