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freedomflyer63

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Hello, lurking through the ATV sites and came across this one and thought I would join.  Hoping to see some photos of different areas of the U.S. that others ride and maybe share some of where I'm blessed to be able to roll my ATV tires. Looking forward to perusing the threads, here's a pic of my two rides.  2013 Honda Ranchers, manual foot shift, no Power Steering or IRS, but still have a blast taking them out. FF

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Welcome to QUADCRAZY freedomflyer63! Are those skins or custom paint on those Ranchers? Very nice looking quads...:yes: Are they full time 4WD? I used to ride with a pal that had a rancher. He had installed a switch to take it out of 4WD, but it was an older model.

Make sure you check out the new photo section, you can upload and create photo albums.

I would also recommend using the search feature and main menu tabs on the top. :D

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Ajmboy,

       Thank you kindly! They are Graphics kits from a company out of Vegas called American Racing Graphics, the name of this particular design is "Fire Camo." The Plastics were pretty rough, scratched and stained in certain areas as they had been used on farms and cattle ranches so they definitely needed to  be cleaned up. Did the first one liked it so much bought a 2nd machine and did the same thing to it as well.  They seem to be holding up pretty well.  I store them inside year round and clean them up good after each ride.  I haven't used and power washers or carwash wands on them I don't want to really take any chances at screwing them up with High pressure but they have really dressed the machines up, and with painting the wheels, hubs, axles, break hubs etc, they cleaned up nicely.  No they are not full time four wheel drive, there is a lever on the left side of the tank to switch from 2 to 4.  Seem to be great little machines so far, only been riding for a couple of years so have  a lot of exploring to do yet. Look forward to each year that our trails open up. I'll check out the new photo section, I tried posting some other photos but wasn't having any luck for some reason. may need some counsel.

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On 1/8/2017 at 11:07 PM, freedomflyer63 said:

Hello, lurking through the ATV sites and came across this one and thought I would join.  Hoping to see some photos of different areas of the U.S. that others ride and maybe share some of where I'm blessed to be able to roll my ATV tires. Looking forward to perusing the threads, here's a pic of my two rides.  2013 Honda Ranchers, manual foot shift, no Power Steering or IRS, but still have a blast taking them out. FF

20160601_182511.jpg

Welcome to QC !!

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