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warriorchick

Happy New Year!!!!

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Haven't been on the site in a while, but wanted to be the first to wish everyone a very happy New Year!!! May the next one be better than the last for all!!!! For me, I am hoping to make it more exciting!!! I am thinking about trading my Yamaha Warrior 350 for a 1987 LT250R. My husband says it is so I can keep up with his 1987 Suzuki Quadzilla 500 lol, I dont think so :wacko:. The only thing I am worried about is no electric start and no reverse!!! But I think I am up to the challenge!!!!

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Happy New Year!!!! You won't regret the LT250 it is a beast. I love mine!!!!

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