The viking sure does seem to be better built than anything else on the market and your pics sure domhelp prove it. People can say what they want about going faster, as far as I'm concerned it is a lot more important to me to be able to ride all day and make it back to camp than it is to be able to run 70 mph for 20 Min and spend the rest of the day hunting parts and replacing axles. I watch he trails a lot and where we ride in WV there is always at least 2 razers sitting in the camp ground with at least one axle out of it. What the heck is the fun it that. And they laugh at me in my viking, really, there shit cost more and it stays broke down. Sorry for the rant but anyway, Vikings own the trails on the east coast.
yea ben. I like my camo Viking and I should have 2000 miles on my bike by the end of june. my friends are hardcore Polaris.lol so I bust there ass every chance I get. they really lose there shit when I make a hole and they don t, but my ass gets stuck too sometimes.lol
That's part of the fun, getting stuck. It makes the trip more memorable. Best part though is when yournon something reliable that gets you back to camp after your stuck. With that said I haven't gotten my viking stuck yet. Its the first thing I've ever owned new so I tend to baby it some. I still go trough the mud and I'll hit some good holes but I haven't really put it in anything nasty yet. I'll do that with my sportsman, yeah I know its a polaris but hey it goes, most of the time.
I pulled a rzr out of a hole yesterday. Snapped the outer cv clean off. Then i tried it. I didnt make it through but with a little rocking i was able to back up and get out over the side and i didnt break anything!!