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Hello all,

i am new to the forum and will likely be back several times. I have ridden quads before but never owned one... till now. I just bought a 1996 Polaris Magnum 425 4x4. The output shaft that drives the front chain sheared off and needs replacement. It needs a few maintenance things but I have bought most everything I need. Runs good and will be fun to fix it up.

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Nice looking bike.  I remember years ago when Polaris first came out with their bikes.  I thought they were the coolest around.  

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