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what do you use your quad for

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haha thats about the same with me, this last friday n yesterday i went to visit the parents. They have about a mile long oval track in their field, i was having fun raising hell out there drifting around the corners at about 20-30mph, you know just having fun. Then yester i came around one corner and not sure what happened, it went compleatly sideways and rolled, threw me about 10ft from the quad and it threw my helmet and glasses off and knocked the breath rite out of me for a bit haha..i must say my right arm and back sure are sore, good think was no open wounds or broken bones.. It was fun!

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Hope your doing ok. Some folks think i'm a few fries short of a happy meal for getting a quad. After having a 3 level back fusion. It was not caused by a quad it was from heavy lifting.

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yea im doing fine, luckly it didnt hurt that quad one bit, except for a few more scratches. Dont u hate it when ppl try spoiling your fun!

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Lately I find that I've been using my grizzly and trailer for around the yard hauling and work. I actually removed two bushes with the winch the other day, pulled them right out of the ground.

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