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Welcome! I just bought the same thing, but a 2001 model. I grew up on two wheels, but gave up riding a couple of years ago.
 

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Welcome from your neighbor in S.E. La. , I love to ride white sand clear water creeks and miss it , your pic is so familiar , like Deja vue , we use to ride Catahoula , Hickory , Mill and Dead Tiger Creeks out of Kiln , Miss. , but they shit it down years back -------- my friend has the same ATV with 27's ITP swamp Lites and rides with us almost every weekend , he does great with that bike , very seldom needs assistance , you can walk that bike out of some bad predicaments , some avt's you can walk out , when they are stuck , they are stuck ---------- I can only imagine the power of your KMT , I rode a 250 and it was more than I needed or wanted for that matter
 

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Welcome and agree with fishfiles, and grew up there enjoying those clear water sandy rides around picayune, kiln and also in the honey island swamp :)
 

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Welcome and agree with fishfiles, and grew up there enjoying those clear water sandy rides around picayune, kiln and also in the honey island swamp :)
Go ahead Alloutdoors , I didn't realize you rode Picayune , we may have crossed trails before , does Low Water Bridge , the Horse Bridge , the Cliff ring any bells , we were out there every weekend camping out and riding 4x4 trucks on the creeks and pipelines -----Honey Island Swamp , did you ever ride the Possum Run out of Pearlington ? = that is a wild ride ---- you got to ride with a local now days as the sheriffs will burn an out of state license plater , couple of people who are friends of my friend got burned there recently , got their bikes impounded and tickets , they parked at the grave yard with La. plates , great place to ride but one problem with riding there is you have the State , Local , Wildlife and Feds to deal with
 

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Welcome and agree with fishfiles, and grew up there enjoying those clear water sandy rides around picayune, kiln and also in the honey island swamp :)
Go ahead Alloutdoors , I didn't realize you rode Picayune , we may have crossed trails before , does Low Water Bridge , the Horse Bridge , the Cliff ring any bells , we were out there every weekend camping out and riding 4x4 trucks on the creeks and pipelines -----Honey Island Swamp , did you ever ride the Possum Run out of Pearlington ? = that is a wild ride ---- you got to ride with a local now days as the sheriffs will burn an out of state license plater , couple of people who are friends of my friend got burned there recently , got their bikes impounded and tickets , they parked at the grave yard with La. plates , great place to ride but one problem with riding there is you have the State , Local , Wildlife and Feds to deal with
Yes, I am very familiar with all those places (Picayune, Kiln, Gulf Coast, Lake Pontchartrain, Slidell, and Bogalusa). I started on dirt bikes, then 3-wheels and spend many years in a flat bottom boat on the Honey Island Swamp where we had a houseboat, so many summer swimming in the Pearl River. I haven't ridden anything down there in 30 years, so I know much as changed, especially following Katrina back in 2004.
 
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