After 250 miles of mostly dirt and slickrock the new ax15 is doing great. I didn’t know how loud my old transmission was until I drove with the new one. Shifts great, and the new shifter is pretty nice too. Dixie 4wd took great care of me. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend them to anyone needing work done. Unfortunately this week has been pretty tough. On Sunday I ran Poison Spider with a friend I made who works at the hotel I’m staying at. He rolled his sxs on a big optional ledge and his arm got caught under the cage. It ripped the skin and muscle off down to the bone. We rushed him off the trail to a waiting ambulance at the parking area. They medivac’d him to Salt Lake for reconstructive surgery. The first operation was yesterday, next one is tomorrow. Seeing the accident and his shredded arm was a sobering moment. My first aid kit didn’t have anything that was able to help. I’m definitely ordering a better one after what happened. If there’s any upside to this accident it’s probably the people we met on the trail that helped out with getting him off the trail and with the recovery of the sxs. OHV users are some of the nicest people around.