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Had to go get a few parts for the bike so my daughter was checking out the new quads! We looked at the Raptor 250 & 700 then a Polaris 200 she said the 200 would be ok. Then she picked 1 without any adult input. Santa is to poor but the winner was the Polaris 850 with camo body It broke my heart when she said no to the BF750.

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