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    • By Frank Angerano
      So I finally finished a bike I’ve been working on for my daughter. 
      Ive been practicing the vinyl thing for a while and making the camo vinyl prints as well as applying them.  
      This was a bike I dug out of a garage, original owner.  
      Compleyey broke it down and did my thing to it. So I put a girls touch on it and my 12 yo will be sporting this.  
      Dont be afraid to say what you think. 






    • By wjmedic
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    • By Mike Lee
      I have noticed, after repeated cases with our fleet of Polaris Aces, that the front control arms are weak pathetic pieces of junk.  They will bend quite easily when subjected to abuse off road.  Take a 6 inch ruler and hold it up against each leg of the lower control arms and check to ensure that they aren't bent.  This may save you a trip to the hospital as I've seen them snap in half!  A bent arm not only affects your toe (wheel direction) but also the camber. 
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    • By Admin
      We've got a section in our gallery just for dirt bikes, so feel free to post your photos! https://www.quadcrazy.com/gallery/category/60-dirt-bike-photos/
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