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Lets see them quads ladies!

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Yeah...very! I thought this area for women was going to get them a little more into the site. I was wrong. lol

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Nice...is she gonna add some graphics?

Down the road she does, but for now I think a 330 kit with a High Compression piston and port the head make it flow...then do some aftermarket shocks...she just will not upgrade the old 300ex to a 450r or even a 400ex:(

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Here is one of my Wife's Quad....And her at the bottom of a Dune in Florence Or.:D

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Nice! Looks like somethin that happened to me. lol

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Down the road she does, but for now I think a 330 kit with a High Compression piston and port the head make it flow...then do some aftermarket shocks...she just will not upgrade the old 300ex to a 450r or even a 400ex:(

Yeah...I need some shocks on mine. The stock ones suck!

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Ok, here is the ride I use the most. I LOVE MY RHINO! This picture is from a trip we took last July. We had four couples in four rhinos and spent a week traveling a 500 mile loop in Canada. Best vacation ever!

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I also have a quad though I don't have any pictures of it yet.

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Ive never been on a Rhino

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You know,,,,,I dont know why I keep coming to this Thread every time there is a Post...!!!! Im just Disappointed everytime.....Sure,,,,Pictures of the 4 wheeled thingy but WHERE IS THE SLINKY SCANTLY CLAD RIDER WITH THE COME HITHER LOOK:biglaugh: !!!!!!!!!!!!:biggrin:

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Hey MWKE...Ive got a warm glass of shut the hell up with your name all over it! lol :biglaugh: :tongue:

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What is up with you 2?? LOL

If you visit the BROWSE section and search under Gender for Female, I believe there are 94 registered female members. But they are not in the forums. Maybe we need to send them messages?

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