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Are you part of another atv community forum?  

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Do you take part in another atv community forum? We'd love to know! We want to make sure that we offer all our members as much as we can. If you are active in another atv community and/or forum, we would like to know is the following:

1.Name of the forum/site/url

2.How active you are there

3.What do you like the most there

4. What do you dislike there

5. If you could change something there or add something, what would it be.

Thank you for your input!

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yfzcentral.com and yfztech.com.

i go there for tech advice.

i like the tech knowledge.

i dislike the younger crowd that feels the need to flame peope for asking questions because they think the question is dumb. but the info is is good.

put an age requirement or keep the attitude in check.

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1.ATVFan and ATV Connection

2.I use to visit ATV Connection all the time until I found this site. I dont like ATVFan.

3.ATV Connection is a pretty big forum so I could usually find whatever I needed.

4. There are a lot of people on ATV Connection that make stupid posts and are deleted members. I just dont like ATVFan cuz it sucks.

5. ATVFan just needs to be deleted. ATV Connection needs to scan the members better.

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1. I mod www.3wheeler.org Nice Homey type of Place...Kinda like "Cheers"lol

Lots of Tech. and Riding Groups..Funny pages,,Classifieds and so on....

2. I also go to www.3wheelerworld.com Very nice people there as well but on a Bigger Scale...If I ever need an Answer FAST about anything...I post it there...BTW...They also have a QUAD section....:D

3. You guys really need to check out our (3wheeler.org) Riding partners...

www.sandwizards.com some of the Best Groups of People I have Ever Met and some of the Sickest Rides Ive Seen.. Their Forum is Fantastic They also Test Modquad parts before they go to the Public...Great Stuff.....:cool:

I think each Site has their own Feel and I like them all for Different things...To be Quite Honest I never thought I would come back here...What with all the Ranting and Stuff I was doing...LOL!!! I thought I would be Banned for sure...But you guys listened to me and made me feel like I had input so I keep coming Back...Much to your Dismay Im sure:D

In Closing.....I think all this site needs right now is a Regular Posting Member Base and//////////// More Smilies:D

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I like your ranting...LOL Yeah I agree, needs some regular posters. it'sll come in time. I've seen some big boards out there that have been around for a few years and it took years to get them going. It'll get there!

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I am a member of exriders.com it has a bunch of info but as most huge sites, it has the flamin crowd just waitin to post somethin stupid to take up bandwidth. I am a regular at 3wheelerworld.com mainly in the quad section and 3wheeler.org as that is the first atv/atc site I found when I started this venture and the site and people are cool. I like to go to atvconnection.com also because there is a group section and a big oklahoma club has originated there. I don't post there and when I have my questions rarely get answered so I post more at exriders and the post are usually questions regarding my sons lt80.

I think this site is great, it is big and kinda hard to find stuff( i just figured out how to get to the chat room...lol) but I'm sure in time everything will get better and more people will show up/post/etc.....Chris

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every one man i'm on them all day and i making one also and i sell parts elevation motorsports and the website name is havent decided any suggestions

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1. ATV Fan (www.atvfan.com) YFM 350 central (www.yfm350central.com) Atv source (www.atvsource.com)

2. ATV Fan i am an everyday poster on there forums.... YFM 350 central i am also an every day poster on their forums.. ATV Source Not as active as i ust to be.

3. Just meeting new people, the activity, checking out new rides. In ATV fan i like their review section and media sections.

4. The Cocky Blaster riders haha.

5. Nothing they're all unique and theres nothing i would change with any of the 3.

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Do you take part in another atv community forum? We'd love to know! We want to make sure that we offer all our members as much as we can. If you are active in another atv community and/or forum, we would like to know is the following:

1.Name of the forum/site/url

http://atvpt.proboards60.com/index.cgi

2.How active you are there

I visit a few times a week

3.What do you like the most there

good info, nice friendly mods

4. What do you dislike there

not much activity

5. If you could change something there or add something, what would it be.

??? I don't know

Thank you for your input!

How's that?

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1.ATVFan and ATV Connection

2.I use to visit ATV Connection all the time until I found this site. I dont like ATVFan.

3.ATV Connection is a pretty big forum so I could usually find whatever I needed.

4. There are a lot of people on ATV Connection that make stupid posts and are deleted members. I just dont like ATVFan cuz it sucks.

5. ATVFan just needs to be deleted. ATV Connection needs to scan the members better.

This pretty much sums up everything about me to , except I also like The Ky (Kentucky)Outdoors forum to.

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Are any of you moderators on any of these forums? Besides MWKE who is modding here.....

Just curious, anyone interested in helping out in these forums?

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Ok, well maybe this is something that you would be interested in. Being that you are new to the community, we'd like to make sure that you are comfortable here and posting regularly first. So, looking forward to some great topics and posts from you! Keep posting and be a regular here and we'll be more than happy to make you a fixture! Hope that's fair..:biggrin:

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Ok, well maybe this is something that you would be interested in. Being that you are new to the community, we'd like to make sure that you are comfortable here and posting regularly first. So, looking forward to some great topics and posts from you! Keep posting and be a regular here and we'll be more than happy to make you a fixture! Hope that's fair..:biggrin:
Sounds fair to me.:biggrin:

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1.Name of the forum/site/url

ATV Connection / EV2 "Everything 2 Stroke"

2.How active you are there

Not very / Once a month maybe

3.What do you like the most there

EV2 I have a Suzuki LT250R and there are other people there with the same quad.

4. What do you dislike there

Don't know

5. If you could change something there or add something, what would it be.

Don't know that either

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There's allot of forrums in everthing2stroke. Maybe we should have an "everything2stroke" section.

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I'm a moderator on the ATV Frontier - ATV Forums, News, Reviews, Chat, Maps, Classifieds and More › News

I ride with everyone from sportys,RUV's,2wheelers it dont

matter to me :biglaugh:

I'm on so many boards I won't list them but I like to see

what going on in the ATV/OHV world and the information

each site has ! and visit most every day.

I'm also a member of the ARRA redirect

and I'm involved in several projects with the BLM,Arizona State Land Dept.as well with the State & National Forests and I run

Desert Hawk Adventures a no-cost ATV/OHV tours.

I have seen many boards come and go and the ones that

stick around are the ones that IMO have the same thing in common,Great Members as most that go to this type of forum

for the information without flaming or attitudes.

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Desert-Hawk, that's a pretty impressive. So you're a moderator over at ATVFrontier? What do you like about it over there? What do you think so far of QuadCRAZY? Have you had a chance to view the other sections of the community here besides the forum?

I agree about attitudes in other forums. I think we have some great members and some awesome mods. We try to do things around here using member feedback. Thanks for joining this community, looking forward to hearing from you on a regular basis here! Any suggestions always appreciated! :smile:

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Hi Mr.Admin,

About the ATVF I would say that 98% of the people

that go there are into ATV's & OHV's Sure we have a goofy

area but it's kept Family Friendly to ensure we set a great example for the next generation of up coming riders.

I'm pretty impressed about QUADCRAZY you've done

a fantastic job here,And yes I've poked around the site.

I found out about QUADCRAZY from My Buddy dieselpowered

over on his site ATVwire.com Portal It's refreshing to see sites come together as this world is not that big after all.

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I'm pretty impressed about QUADCRAZY you've done

a fantastic job here,And yes I've poked around the site.

Much appreciated and once again, glad to have you! So, any suggestions from other forums you take part in?

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