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  1. A modified street legal vehicle to an ORV will not be legal on the roadways. The HTA is quite specific on what ORV's vehicles can use the roadways. And insurance for a modified vehicle will be quite hard to find. Yes I would also like to see his plans. Can it be done? Yes but it may turn into a far bigger/more expensive project than expected. Keeping it street legal would be an easier option. And it would be a magnet for any LEO to checkout for proper registration and insurance.
  2. Yes it could be registered as an ORV. Finding insurance would be difficult and as an ORV it would not be legal on the roads. Trailering it to the lake would be a pain.
  3. I'm sure it can be made to work but it won't be easy. To make it work could also bring up some legal issues.
  4. Terry a track set up like yours won't fit a Sidekicker without removing a lot of bodywork. Matching drive ratios will be more difficult.
  5. Also chains on a Sidekick's front wheels could easily cause clearance issues and illegal to use on public roads. Chaining up every time you hit the ice would be a pain.
  6. Terry I don't see chains on the front so it will allow for some slippage.
  7. Not sure if that set-up will work too good. The tracks most likely will have a different drive ratio slower than the front wheels. With the front wheels engaged they will be turning faster then the tracks and will spin and put a lot of stress on the drivetrain. Also steering will be compromised.
  8. I have a pair of their Muk Lites. Very light and rated to -85C/-118F. I went 2 sizes larger than my normal size. Don't want them tight. Bought in Woodstock.
  9. Big difference in the charges though. O'Leary has a court date. Ruh's charge carries a set fine.
  10. If your referring to distracted driving laws that apply on the road than no. But there are other laws that may apply, but in most cases these charges are only laid after an incident.
  11. It would help if you mentioned where you are located and are you going to be fishing from shore or from a boat?
  12. Racoon rabies has been found in New York. Looks like a blocking pattern. Probably a part of a series of patterns.
  13. The St. Clair river at Sarnia can get quite busy with both large lake freighters and commercial fishing boats and fishing/recreational boats. And you can add Coast Guard boats also.
  14. A couple of years ago at Port Bruce we came in due to it getting far too rough. As we loaded up the boat we seen a guy with a 1960's fiberglass boat (aprox 16')with an inboard/outboard getting ready to launch. We warned him not to go. His response was "I was out earlier & I know what I'm doing". Even the ramp owner told him "If these guys are telling you not to go don't as they go out when most won't". They launched. After getting packed up we were having a beer with the ramp owner when they came back with the husband cursing at the wife. When they got to the mouth they found out they couldn't handle the 5 footers and tried to turn back getting washed into the pier and damaging the outdrive. But it was her fault??????
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    I work in Stratford, Ont. where the unemployment rate is one of the lowest in Canada. Many places looking for help. They still have a serious drug problem there. I agree that social/economic issues do play a role in the drug problem but it's not limited to economic depressed towns & cities.
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