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Do you decorate your ATV for Christmas?

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Does anyone here "Deck the halls" with their ATV? Put lights on it or anything like that? One year here at QUADCRAZY, we did have a contest for decking out your ATV for the holidays. Outside of Halloween, I haven't done anything in a while.

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I don't but have seen others that do over the years and pics online. Here's a few with a google search..

 

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On 7/29/2018 at 2:37 AM, neo71665 said:

With mud count?

Only if it covers your xmas lights...😆

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Fun idea, might have to do it this year.

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It's that time of year again! Anyone do anything interesting with their ATV for the holidays?

 

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