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post #1 of 620 Old 02-04-2011, 12:43 PM Thread Starter
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Thanks for the space and information..

I stumbled upon Your site doing research on My cross country....and You folks have been a lot of help...I started riding in 06-07 after a 12 year hiatice...By then all my friends got to fat to ride or sold there sleds....so I started fixing up old sleds and selling them to my buddies...we were up to 13 for a while..in 79 there were 850 folks in My town and 131 in the snowmobile club....I'm working on swelling the #s.....I'm still looking for a beely pan for It..Oh I've got a 73 El tigre 250....a 77 El tigre 5000....a 74 Cheetah 340...the 79 CC...and an 87 Cougar with ignition problems....That's OK..I like leafers anyway..
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New to the site,signed up a couple weeks ago.Became a paid member last night. I grew up and all my friends had dirtbikes and quads and go peds.I never had anything. Now that im 23 and have a decent job. Its what I like to do. Ive had 3 motorcycles in the last few years,each one progressively nicer.now for toys I have a 2008 Suzuki Hayabusa,and a 2006 Arctic Cat 500 FIS that i bought this winter.I have a seasonal job,lots of snow,I have always loved atvs,so I saw the cat for sale it had a plow so i bought it.love it. I unknowingly switched some diodes around in the fuse box and completely disabled the atv.If it wasnt for the great people on this site it would of been 10X the headache that it was to get it figured out. I think i will also buy a snowmobile next winter. Thats a little about me. Great Site.

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New to the site,signed up a couple weeks ago.Became a paid member last night. I grew up and all my friends had dirtbikes and quads and go peds.I never had anything. Now that im 23 and have a decent job. Its what I like to do. Ive had 3 motorcycles in the last few years,each one progressively nicer.now for toys I have a 2008 Suzuki Hayabusa,and a 2006 Arctic Cat 500 FIS that i bought this winter.I have a seasonal job,lots of snow,I have always loved atvs,so I saw the cat for sale it had a plow so i bought it.love it. I unknowingly switched some diodes around in the fuse box and completely disabled the atv.If it wasnt for the great people on this site it would of been 10X the headache that it was to get it figured out. I think i will also buy a snowmobile next winter. Thats a little about me. Great Site.

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Thumbs up Thanks Artic cat for allowing us to join your Site.

We live in Georgia and hardly see any snow but found the information on your site to be very helpful in us being able to work on our ATV.
We have a 1997 Polaris sportsman 500 4X4 that we just bought and it has several issues. the first one was it would not start but now that we followed the post from some of your members we are working on that now and have ordered the parts to get started.
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Greetings everyone. Wer are new to the ATV world . Just bought TRV 400. We plan to ride in Eastern Ontario (Canada) . If you know of any trails please let us know

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Thought I'd be polite and introduce myself. My names Richard and I live on a farm in England, I'm 21 and have an 09 DVX 400. I'm no quad expert, I just enjoy going quite fast and sliding about the place! I've joined to see if there were any tips or tricks relating to the DVX 400 and I have found this place informative already.
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