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Hunting rig in the cold #8173214 02/17/21 03:32 PM
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The old girl did great handling the 6-8" of powder we saw in this area, at one point I ran into a guy in his Polaris Razor that couldn't believe I had made it up there! smile

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Ive got a 99 one ton chevy and an 88 toyota that I use as lease trucks and they have both been sitting out in this stuff. Im kinda worried about going up and seeing how they do. Batteries is no big deal but not real sure what the antifreeze situation was like.....


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Men......take it from this Montanan, you ain't seen cold yet...LOL. I have seen actual air temps here in Montana as low as -45, and as high as 114, and do not get me started on the wind......

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Originally Posted by DWB Montana
Men......take it from this Montanan, you ain't seen cold yet...LOL. I have seen actual air temps here in Montana as low as -45, and as high as 114, and do not get me started on the wind......

LOL ... reminded me of a friend who's wife's family lived in Montana and he used to go elk hunting up there all the time. One year when he got back, he told me that he borrowed his BIL old Chevy Blazer and headed out but the temperature on the bank read -40ish and he merely turned around and went back to the inlaws house, said it just wasn't worth hunting in that cold of temps.


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