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In the process of purchasing my new ATV. Am very excited to learn from other experienced riders and hear how mechanical problems were solved along the way. Also, interested in what accessories are most beneficial for trail riding. Keep me informed everyone! I hope to meet riders from clubs throughout the US. Safe riding! RZRcook

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I am considering a RZR 800 LE. This is my first ATV, but I have been snowmobiling for many years. Our club goes to Canada every year for one week. We really enjoy the trails, for sure, and hope to experience the ATV trails, as well. Safe ATVing, my friend! RZRcook

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I am considering a RZR 800 LE. Then, I hope we can experience some fine trail riding Ti enhance our interest this sport. We already have snowmobiled for many years. So trying the ATVing might become a little challenge at first? They say you are never too old to learn..Safe ATVing, my friend! RZRcook

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