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grizzlysixsixty

New from north tx

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16 hours ago, grizzlysixsixty said:

Got me a grizzly it’s funbit I need to fix it here and there. 

Welcome to QUADCRAZY! I have a 2004 yamaha grizzly 660. 

 

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how do you like that backrest on it? i thought about getting one of them. but idk.. give me some pros and cons of it please

 

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