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Moose hunting is big here, one of my co workers bagged a bull about 2 weeks ago with a 60" rack on him, and now thats been beat by a local guy who got one with a 63" rack. Thats a big animal. ALso a new cadillac CTS got one just out of town
How many of you guys have a moose lift that failed? Well mine did for the last time. This is what is looks like after it fails. I had some strips but they were aluminum and broke. Here is how to fix it for good. You will need two
After our lasy outing to Brimstone I replaced everything on the front end. I wanted OEM bearings but they did not arrive in time and had to use Moose bearings. After about a 50 mile ride I hear a clicking from the right front wheel. POS wheel bearing is
yes I know, i'm a sticker whore
Installed the moose rear bumper.
Thinking about installing a set of these on my '09 Foreman, do you got to drill anything to install? anybody running them, if so what are the pros & Cons? where could I find them the (cheapest) Not that I would not like to support the sponsors,
The guy that shot the moose had just started hunting and he gotten drawn by SEPAQ to go and hunt in zone 24 of the Matane reserve, a guide was included in his package hunt. There is only 2 pictures and a video of the moose when he was living, 2009 was whe