First ride, what a blast
Just returned from my first outing in my new Teryx. It was over 2 days in the mountains of eastern Ky. It was on old wagon trials, ATV trials, Old logging roads, mountain top removal roads and now gas line roads. Some slow picking up rocky slops, foot deep dust and then mud and creek crossing and some high speed dusty gravel roads. We traveled 147 miles without a failure of any kind. I must tell you all it was a blast and much of it reminded me of my old USAC sprint car days. Sliding side ways with the wheels locked,steering with the break and throttle . These thing really handle well at speeds. My friend had a new Rhino and this Teryx blew it away on the fast gravel roads. When it was tight with much mud and high water it was even on both vehicles, those Rhino are fast coming out of corners. I wish I knew how to post pictures I would love to share the views with all of you.
I had some questions from this ride I want to get your opinions on.
1.) What type of riding requires the use of bead locks? The thought hit me when I was in full lock running as fast as a stock Teryx will run (DAA maybe I need bead locks)
2.) I had no spare with me and was wondering if you guys use any type of sealant in your tires like Slim to prevent a leak?