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Zac and I took the quads out and played in the woods today....besides a few scratches on the both of us we made it out in on piece....was alot of fun since this is the first ride we did this year.....

My new handguards thanks to Parker MX...

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My new Douglas red label rims and razrs all around....

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Got him all dirty today...

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Yup this is me jumpin....

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and landing....

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Jus me....

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Hunny (aka Zac) jumpin big....

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and then.....crashing into a tree...hehehe

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Great pics! Looks like you had a great time. Your ride is looking sweet.

I moved this into the picture/video section.

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