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mulescj8

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Good eye OSU! A couple pics are from Moab, Ouray/Silverton Colorado, Clayton, and Hot Springs. I am from Harlan, but have never wheeled there (yet). I will go back and label the pics with a location.

Nice looking built CJ buy the way.
Thank you!
 

Terri9630

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hi all!
my first quad,bought it new in 1991 honda 250x

so this year I bought the wife a nice used Suzuki 160 to see if she was into riding with me.



turns out she liked it...so I bought her a brand new 2019 honda 250x



we enjoy going out and riding trails together
I told hubby that I'd get rid of the horses but he was buying me a 4 wheeler come Jan. I'm going hold him to it!!
 

viking

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DSC00001_LI.jpgThis is my combination 4 wheeler, hot rod and work truck, the only off roading I've done with it so far is running around the garden field, it's a 2007 with the 5.7 engine, just showing my son how much power this thing has, I did a burn out that was still shredding the tires through second gear, I'm not going to do that too often, tires are $300+ a piece, anyway Tundra's are awesome machines. The only 4 wheeling I've done so far is up my neighbors steep driveway in reverse.
 

Maverickhawk

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Can't keep up with most of what I've seen here, but here's a couple we have. The one on the left is the wife's.
 

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View attachment 40185This is my combination 4 wheeler, hot rod and work truck, the only off roading I've done with it so far is running around the garden field, it's a 2007 with the 5.7 engine, just showing my son how much power this thing has, I did a burn out that was still shredding the tires through second gear, I'm not going to do that too often, tires are $300+ a piece, anyway Tundra's are awesome machines. The only 4 wheeling I've done so far is up my neighbors steep driveway in reverse.
Our Off road is a 351 Windsor 5.8. Not good dune buggy though, but it will ride on beach if sand not too loose,Great on gas,

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