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July 2009 ATV Photo Contest!

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July 2009 ATV Photo Contest

Sponsored By:

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Theme: "Best Before & After Photos" with your ATV, 3 wheeler, or UTV.

* Photos can be of a modification, after a dirty ride, after a crash, etc....use your imagination!

* Your entry must include a full description of the pictures entered.

* Entry must include 2 pictures ONLY!

By entering this contest, you allow QUADCRAZY the right to use your photo for marketing purposes, ex. Front page advertisements, banners, etc.

Prize: QUAD MAGAZINE and UTV OffRoad Magazine Subscriptions

Please visit our sponsors: QUAD MAGAZINE and UTV OffRoad Magazine

Rules: Submit your "Best Before & After Photos" with your ATV, 3 wheeler, or UTV photos by entering them with a post, into this thread. (If you are not familiar with how to do this, visit the Learning Center) One entry (2 photos) per member allowed, so make sure your entry is a winner. You may submit photos that have not won past contests. Photos can be of yourself or taken by you. You may not submit photos that you do not have ownership of or permission to use. Any violation of these terms will result in disqualification.

NOTE: You MUST have a minimum post count of 10 to enter into the contest! We would like to see participation in our forums from all members who enter the contest.

Last day to enter a photo is July 27th.

Voting will take place for the last 4 days of July to determine the winner.

Voting will end July 31st and the winner will be announced!

View Past Contest Winners

Good Luck!

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oo man QuadCrazy..y couldn't u wait 1 more month and make this the august photo contest lol... i dont know if i can finish the 94 polaris in time =(

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Before:

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After:

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(Winch, Mudlites, Bedlined racks, black Fender Flares, Snorkels and a lot of other sh!t)

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Before the new wheels/tires and it being on a trail:

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After new wheels/tires and lots and lots of riding:

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Different Angles Side view my dad got and a bottom view I got notice the light in the bottom pic and the dust boiling. And on the top pic how none of that showed up without the sun like it was weired huh lol.

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Before we head to the dunes!!

My banshee is in between the 2 450r's and my warrior is in the back of the truck... We stuck one more bike on the back of the trailer...

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After we get to the dunes!!

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I have a 1997/2002 YFM Warrior that was redone with a few extras

FMF Powercore Q Pipe

Wiseco high compression piston .2 over

Pro Taper Se atv bars

Smith grips

Durablue +2 axle

Dirtskins A-arm covers

Dirtskins Shock covers

Alba Nerfs

Alba front bumper

PRM Grab bar

AC full skid

UNI Air filter with pro charger kit

Numerous amounts of new OEM Parts

RM stator CDI

YZ250 customized direct shift lever.

Custom Yamaha gas tank graphic ...designed by me :o)

Fresh paint everywhere

Maxxis Razr 6ply all around

Douglas Blue label rims- all around

Powermadd hand gaurds

DRZ modified carb and jets

BEFORE:

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AFTER:

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