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Travis Mitchel

New member from Texas 1993 Polaris Trail boss 4x4 350L

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Hello all just recently acquired this atv which as you can see in the pics that it has had an unsheltered life. i did get it running and put some used tires on the front.

It still needs a bit more well needed maintenance, chains tightened and oiled. needs an airbox or air cleaner and other misc items.

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Hay @Travis Mitchel welcome to Quadcrazy!

Nice bike you found there.  First picture without the gas tank plastic ? Second pic with it on ? The bike looks in tact.  If that bike was sitting out in the elements and the kill switch and ignition aren’t working it may be a matter of just cleaning the contacts and adding a little dialectic grease spray on them. If not then maybe you have to see if the wiring was messed with. 

 I like the older bikes!! You can do whatever you want to them and it only makes it better.   A little sanding and some spray paint and that bike will look great.  

How did you come across it and how does it run aside from the kill switch issue ?

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Welcome! What are you going to do with the plastics? You can always camo wrap it. This is from amazon for like $160 you would just need to find your fit or get the rolls

ATV Camo Wrap

Here's an example of the rolls:

Mossy Oak Graphics 14003-7-SGB Camouflage 6" x 7' Shadow Grass Blades Tape Roll

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