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honda is catching up finally now has IRS. and power stearing on the new ranchers but some dumb reason they now have a lever for the 4wheel drive opposed to a switch.
now if they could get them to put a front locker on the dam things
and fuel injection.
all this technolgy they put in there bikes and still no locker i don't get that
why do you need power stearing with no locker come on kendo you know you wanna bash this post
25inch maxxis big horns.
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- Just realized teal ATV clothes are lame
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it was unexpected that i was gonna go muddin because i was told that it was just trails and wide open with like 2 or 3 puddles the last time the guy i went with went. but i guess the locals found it and turned it into practically a bog
nanny wats up i miss you!!
when you gonna come visit us
At the introduction of the new Rancher ES and Rancher AT we spent serious time playing in the hills of Richfield, Utah, an OHV-friendly town that hosts the annual ATV Jam. There we put the Rancher through a gauntlet of rough OHV trails and dusty dirt roads. This is the gateway to the legendary Paiute Trail system that runs through the rugged desert of the surrounding Fishlake National Forest. This is one of the few places I've ever been in the U.S. where you can get away with riding your quad on surface streets - so long as you are being polite about it. The terrain is pure high desert with spectacular red-rock formations leading to the vibrant Aspen wilderness with stands of white-barked trees and flittering yellow leaves serving as a reminder that autumn is officially here and this is a great time to be outdoors.
Why would you "like" a 4 year old model ATV...I don't understand. That's what spammers do.oswheels wrote:Nice. Really nice. I like this.
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