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Let's see pics of everyones rides all nice and clean. Show the pretty side of your toy.

Here's mine, 07 TRX450ER

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This is DrtyGrl's. She gets it dirty and I make it pretty and go faster. 08 Yamaha Rhino 700 EFI Sport

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Now it's your turn.

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OH, believe me. When they come home they are filthy, I just like to show up at the trails with the toys that makes everyone stop what they are doing and look.

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Quads are supposed to be dirty....that's the pics i have of her.
:yes: I have pleanty of mine dirty and muddy, not to many of the Bumble Bee beeeing clean lol

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I'm the same way.

Same here, you have to clean them and get all the dirt, sand, salt, mud, etc off of them, or they will corrode and fall apart. I'm just too tired, and I don't store my quad on my property cause I have an apartment and they won't let me store my trailer at my complex. :(

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About as clean as my warrior gets...

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Cleaned up for the dunes!!!!!!

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Cleaned and loaded for the car show...

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look at those pipes shine.... All cleaned up for the Pittsburg State Univesity car show

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MWKE, I am in love with your trikes.

I'm not looking at the trikes....except for the Spyder. :biggrin: course, I'm wanting to know who the ladies are with him in the second spyder pic.... :wink:

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Those are my Buddies Wives......And that isnt me in between.....Thats one of my Buddies......

You should see some of the other pics....:yes:

Post the other pictures under It's Saturday!!

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Those are my Buddies Wives......And that isnt me in between.....Thats one of my Buddies......

You should see some of the other pics....:yes:

why does nearly every woman an this site gotta be married? :aargh: Makes it tough to find that someone special that won't make you sell your toy. lol

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