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Lildaisygrl18

My new quad :o)

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I just bought my quad. I got a yamaha 350 warrior.....it came with a fmf pipe, new skid plate, extra tires, a front bumper, and a grab bar. i gota good deal on it and im super excited :wink:

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I want a commission of 3 plates of brownies :D :D :D

-TD

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I just bought my quad. I got a yamaha 350 warrior.....it came with a fmf pipe, new skid plate, extra tires, a front bumper, and a grab bar. i gota good deal on it and im super excited :wink:

Gotta love FMF pipes! I have one on my Rhino and it kicks ass!!!!!!!! Post pics soon we wanna see! :wink:

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I'm right here! I've been cleaning her 3" of mud off the Rhino for the past 93.725 hours straight! J/K

does she wash the riding clothes atleast?? thats what I do....and my honey washes the wheelers...it's a good match:yes:

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Yeah she is great! She cleans inside the house, and I clean outside. We share duties. She at least goes to the car wash and watches me!

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Yea, we couldn't be a better match. Stoopidbot is pretty much the male version of me and visa versa!!! We gots a great relationship! :yes::yes:

:iagreec::hurrayc::iamwithstupidc::hug::cheer:

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