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    Mutant MTB

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    Just appeared on a friends FB post. I've no idea of history but I like!
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    It's beautifully built. That's no low-buck home job
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    That would be a wicked rail-trail cruiser, how much?
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    I like the back tire/thing, but the front board would drag and plow into the sand ? tom
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1WmRoqmtLoc called a ktrac, available from ebay in the U.S i believe!

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    yeah that's a kit you can buy for just about any 26 inch mountain bike, its made for riding in the snow or downhill biking / skiing. Its been available for more than a few years.
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    the few times i've read of anyone actually using one (i think i was on mtbr.com when i was reading about it) they said it wasn't good for much more than going downhill.

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    Only $450 retail...not a bad price!!
    Put a motor on it too.
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    i wanted a kit because I love halftracks. The track system is plastic, the pads or more accuratly paddles are rounded for handling. Sadly much like snomobiles, works best in snow, and yes, down hill. I wish theybwould use a more all terrain friendly rubber system.
    The speed is break neck, faster than a high speed dual cassette tape deck.

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