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wow, that's some great stuff...especially now that its getting to be riding season for many of us northeast folks :)

and rocky mountain has a frequent buyer program...if you spend over a 1000 bucks in a year w/them they'll give you a gift certificate for 5% of what you bought. In January I got a certificate for almost 70 bucks from them!!!

and, they have GREAT customer service!!!! They are my number one choice to buy from when I need anything!!!

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I have bought some great gear from rocky mountain......

also if your looking for great OEM parts mrcycles.com has good deals and are very reliable :yes:

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i know..

like 3 people that have one

lol

a guy tried to sell my dad a 2005 like a week ago.

he said its brand new with the nipples still on the tires.

lol the last thing i need is another slow one lol.

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RMATV barley has any parts for my quad :mad:

They dont have alot of parts for my quad either, i think they probably concentrate on the newer quads, mine is 10 years old. but they still have good riding gear :yes:

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I have a 2000 Honda and I can get all the parts I want for it!!!!

Also, check out the closeout sections of RKYMTN and Dennis Kirk to find really great specials on gear and other stuff.....

I usually can get a decent pair of Thor riding pants for my Husband of either for like 40 bucks at the most...granted he wears a 29 inch waist......but they have great deals, none the less.

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I have a 2000 Honda and I can get all the parts I want for it!!!!

Also, check out the closeout sections of RKYMTN and Dennis Kirk to find really great specials on gear and other stuff.....

I usually can get a decent pair of Thor riding pants for my Husband of either for like 40 bucks at the most...granted he wears a 29 inch waist......but they have great deals, none the less.

I htink probably because they stopped makin the warrior , its more difficult for me to find stuff for it on sites like RMATV. Dennis kirk does have alot more for my quad though. Also Chaparralracing.com has alot too.

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lmfao i even wear a 30-32.

geez. :laugh::laugh:

but my riding pants are a 36.

gotta leave room, for cold riding, ill usually wear a second pair of pants.

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lmfao i even wear a 30-32.

geez. :laugh::laugh:

but my riding pants are a 36.

gotta leave room, for cold riding, ill usually wear a second pair of pants.

Yeah, but you're fat!:laugh:

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my honey's a sweetie, and a cutie, and being so small, he rocks on the quad...he's 140 pounds soaking wet

plus, being so small, we save a lot of money on his gear!!!! although he has been through 3 helmets in the past two years....

actually, one of the helmets we got from rockymountain, it was the torq brand, and when he broke his visor, i couldnt find one to replace it on the website, or anywhere for that matter....in the customer reviews i stated that, not even 2 weeks later they had shipped me a new one for NO CHARGE...

now that's GREAT customer service if you ask me!!!!

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thanks for the info. i have like three here at the house....but never look at them...i think the website is a lot easier :)

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