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Or in Alabama. At least not in South Alabama. Looks like a great place to ride.
 

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Black Mountain!!!!!!!!! Man I am wanting to go back. Looks like a fun time and I am glad that you took the gator thru it, now I know mine will make it, LOL!!!!!!
 

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Surely dont have that scenery in Iowa! Just corn and soybean fields.

Can't wait to get the gator up to Michigan this summer!
 

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Looks like fun! Whereabouts in Kentucky is Harlan?
 

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It's near Evarts Kentucky....about 5.5 hrs from greenwood sc. Long drive but well worth the ride!
 

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Do you find the gator tippy when driving across slopes?
 

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I didn't notice it being tippy when driving up or down slopes but maybe a little when driving sideways on them. I had a stock RZR before and it does feel more tippy than it did esp when sideways prob bc you sit lower in RZR than gator.
 

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I was referring to driving sideways. I do not find my 825i tippy (where I felt a wheel left the ground) but sure feels weird to me especially when the driver side is on the down side.

I have a couple trails where a section dips more to one side so you end up having to crab a little like to dodge a tree.
 

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I have been there 3 times and its a 8 hour drive for me, but well worth it. Especially the ppl I meet when I go ride. I have met my best friends from these forums.
 
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