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What kind of quad do you have?

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20 hours ago, wylde1 said:

I have a 2001 Yamaha Warrior and a 2001 Polaris Trailblazer.  The Blazer is pretty well wasted, but one day I may fix it.  I use them for trailriding.  I like the mud and jumping the most.  Jumping into the mud is like a little slice of Heaven for me. :D

The trail blazer is a 350 2 stroke? 

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I see this older thread popped up, so thought I'd add to it.

I bought an older Polaris Sportsman 500 ('96) last fall. I mainly bought it as a utility vehicle, for use around woodlots etc. Had it out to a buddy's 65 acre woodlot/building lot last sunday and was quite impressed by it's performance. I think it's a keeper :)

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We have three Arctic Cats

2010 366 SE

2017 Alterra 400

2012 450i


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84 honda trx 200 I am currently working on and a 86 yamaha badger 80 that I just found a rear diff for it. Getting ready to fix the badger for the grandchildren 

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I have a 07 wolverine 450.

Just got my son a 2014 outlaw 90


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Ive got a Suzuki LT250 but need to get the barrel and piston sorted as she smokes a fair bit! I would really like to get a 4x4 version but as I only really use it for shunting logs around on the trailer I don't really know whether it'll be worth the upgrade as it doesn't really struggle and dont get the chance to use it on the really wet ground.


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