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merkman

Which Trails for Class 2

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What are the best Class 2 ATV trails around the east central part of the state?

I am looking for some easy to moderate trails with great scenic views. Not really looking for a straight line trail like an old railroad but would prefer that over a bunch of mud holes.

Here are my options.

Chengwatana State Forest OHV Trails

St. Croix State Forest OHV Trails

Gandy Dancer Trail

What do you guys recommend there or around there?

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You could ride the Red Top system between Isle and Mcgrath. Its an offshoot of the Soo Line trail. My dad and I took his Polaris Ranger back in there, it was pretty fun. There are a handful of mudholes that are optional or just ride the winding trails. Class 2 has access to the whole system with the exception of a one way trail called Ten Bruin Adventure. That trail is only wide enough for a standard wheeler. Have fun!

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Nemadji has some great trails that are also accessible to Class 2 machines.

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will have to try and make it out to some of those class 2 trails.

merkman

what you got for a class 2 atvs

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merkman

what you got for a class 2 atvs

I went back and forth between the mule or the ranger.

I ended up with the Mule.

Street legal, goes fast enough for me, not quite as big, a little cheaper etc.

And I really like it so far.

I don't ride trails much and don't mud at all but I plan to hit a few easy to moderate trails this year.

In the winter it is my mobile fish house. lol

Summer

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Winter

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Where did you get that cab? Nice!!!!!! Can you take it off for the summer?

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It is a curtis cab.

The doors and back come off easily (one bolt each) and leave the framework, windshield, and top on it.

The windshield flips up but would be a pretty big job to take off.

It has a heater, fan, and windshield wipers in there also.

I am hooking up turnsignals very soon too.

This is the Trans mule so it can be converted from a "four door" to a "2 door" very easily too.

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