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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 03-14-2010, 04:41 PM Thread Starter
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I am in the process of doing a rad relocate and snorkel job on my 09 Teryx. I will be fabricating all my own brackets for the relocate and figured I could get a list of the required fittings needed to do the snorkel on the forum. After a bit of searching I found a snorkel parts list on the forum and will be attempting this project next week. I am in Alberta Canada and have experienced overheating because of the muskeg that we encounter here. But with putting the rad between the seats the problem is eliminated.
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Welcome to the forum man you can really pick up good info on here to me its the best forum for the teryx, whats with your user name are you a fireman and I assume muskeg must be something like our goat weed ?

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First time in a forum and locating the icons takes some doing.Firecat is an Arctic Cat snowmobile that I have. easy username to remember
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Good day Firecat, what part of Alberta are you from. There are a few of us from Alberta on this forum. Are you puttin your rad between the seats mounted on the cage?
Big daddy muskeg is a thick, gooey, black peatmudd that sucks your machine in and if you are lucky it has a bottom. Some of the winter roads up here are made of frozen muskeg and flooded with water and if you break through in some places you could lose your truck, or D8 cat or grader. It will sink to the bottom never to be seen again. WTF is goat weed?

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Good day Firecat, what part of Alberta are you from. There are a few of us from Alberta on this forum. Are you puttin your rad between the seats mounted on the cage?
Big daddy muskeg is a thick, gooey, black peatmudd that sucks your machine in and if you are lucky it has a bottom. Some of the winter roads up here are made of frozen muskeg and flooded with water and if you break through in some places you could lose your truck, or D8 cat or grader. It will sink to the bottom never to be seen again. WTF is goat weed?
Got you on the muskeg down here in Louisianna we have river bottom gumbo mud it will stick to your tires and your 26" will be 30" if you don't have the right tires and the motor to clean them off, I have seen some of the old 4 wheelers get so much build up on the tires that the front ones would just stop turning

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The weight of the Teryx doesn't do very good in Muskeg without a bottom.
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Welcome aboard Firecat!! Where are you located?? As already stated, there are alot of us on here from Alberta. Most around Edmonton area and a few of us up north in Fort Mac.

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I am in Red Deer Alberta and do most of my riding west of Rocky
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Welcome Firecat,
Another Albertan is good to have on here, have you already relocated the rad, if so get some pictures and how did it turn out? Good to have you here!

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The racers relocate the rad behind the seats on the roll cage for more air.

Try this link for an example.
http://www.teryxhq.com/forums/kawasa...elocation.html
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