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DirtDemon

Hello every one.

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Accidentaly posted originally in some one elses thread, so I thought I would move it out here. Anyways, hello every one, my name is Josh, I love riding and anything else to do with the ATV world, here are some pics of my bike. It's a TRX500R, the frame is hand made and super strong so it can handle the CR500 motor and all the abuse I put it through. Holding up well so far and it is fast as hell, I love it.

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I appreciate the offer to help, I have realized though that this site is set up just like another site that I post on.

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Welcome and againg luv the quad. I am working on mine and hope to have it running again this weekend.

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Welcome and againg luv the quad. I am working on mine and hope to have it running again this weekend.

Thanks, what kind of bike do you have?

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I have an 87 Suzuki LT250R.

Cool, I used to have an '89 it was a good bike.

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ya welcome DirtDemon wow i was kinda late on this welcome lol

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