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Website Maintenance Scheduled

We would like to inform everyone that QUADCRAZY ATV Community will be down periodically during the course of this weekend starting on Friday at around 8 pm EST.

We will be updating sections of the community and bringing in some new features. More information will come once we have completed all needed updates.

The bulk of the updates should be completed by the following day as long as we do not run into issues. The remainder, minimal updates, will take place the following 2 days as needed.

During this time, you will not be able to access your accounts and the site will be shut down, closing all sections like the forum, classifieds, etc.

You will receive another email once we have completed and are stable.

Thank you.

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