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Old 11-11-2009, 10:31 AM   #21
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bad right there. Install ice chest (with red label), gun rack and maybe your dog.
I was super impressed with what this thing will climb over/ through (while partially intoxicated ((on private property))). Invite over a couple buddies with dirtbikes on the weekends
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Old 11-11-2009, 10:37 AM   #22
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Dirtbikes require much more talent and rider ability, but are way more FUN to ride. When you crash a dirtbike you can usually get away from the bike or jump off, with a 4 wheeler usually it will roll on you or crush something. Plus of your smart you will get a dual sport so you can find your own trails and come supermoto style around the u-turn lanes with the rear end slidin around you. Oh and if you get a quad you have to haul that around to ride any where. Wheelies are easier to learn and can be ridden indefinetly on dirtbikes. Screw a quad!
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Old 11-11-2009, 11:23 AM   #23
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Dirt bikes for the win!

IMO the only reason you would want a quad is if you are intending to do some mudding or go hunting. Don't get me wrong they are still alot of fun.. But a dirt bike is the way to go.
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Old 11-11-2009, 11:49 AM   #24
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Ive had mx bike, sport quad, and 4x4 quad. By far the 4x4 is my favorite, with the others your limited to either tracks or land thats approved to ride on. Cops really cracked down hard on places to ride and started ticketing us on sport quads and mx bikes. Also your stuck riding by yourself or with someone holding on for dear life. With my 4x4 I have many more options on where to ride, cops are way more easy going if they catch you on a utility quad. If your wanting to go explore you can pack on a ice chest and what ever gear you want plus still have room for a passenger. Also the new utility quads are not slugs like the old ones, they will run speeds of 60-70mph possibly faster.
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bad right there. Install ice chest (with red label), gun rack and maybe your dog.
I was super impressed with what this thing will climb over/ through (while partially intoxicated ((on private property))). Invite over a couple buddies with dirtbikes on the weekends
Popo razr is where its at
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bad right there. Install ice chest (with red label), gun rack and maybe your dog.
I was super impressed with what this thing will climb over/ through (while partially intoxicated ((on private property))). Invite over a couple buddies with dirtbikes on the weekends
Might as well just get a jeep... At least you wont have to trailer it around
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