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If you would like to place a classified ad in the QuadCRAZY Classifieds, here's how:

1. Go to the Classifieds Section

2. Go to Place An Ad

3. Choose ATV, Parts & Accessories, or Other Off Road

4. Fill out all the details of the ad, price, pictures, etc

5. Submit!

That's it, and every ad you place like this will be automatically posted within a few hours as a thread into this forum for you.

Post here if you need assistance.

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maybe im missing something? but is there a way to get to the wanted section or do ihave to got to a specific brand first?

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