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This is a discussion on I知 moving on. Sorry within the Seats and Belts forums, part of the General Discussions category; Now that is more like it. Congratulations on the new ride. First ride in the Wolvie I knew I would be giving it to the ...

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    Now that is more like it.

    Congratulations on the new ride.

    First ride in the Wolvie I knew I would be giving it to the wifey and getting something that will actually go when you gas it. It was a mistake but we still have it and she has had lots of fun with it. Perfect for her really and gets her out of the passenger seat. Lol.
    Last edited by danielplace1962; 12-26-2019 at 12:10 PM.

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    Nothing to be sorry about. I guess you must have been on Santa’s “good” list.
    What a beautiful ride!! Now why did you have to do that. I had my mind made up I didn’t need a YXZ.LOL

    Enjoy!!

    Don’t forget about us slow guys and report back on how you like it.
    Last edited by Wolverinegramps; 12-26-2019 at 01:25 PM.
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    I see a few on that design on the trails. Too fast for me, I felt it would get me to into or near being in trouble very fast. Suspension and wheels look great.
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    I just bought an X4 as a family rig. Had a Rhino mostly just to work on my mountain bike trails, but as soon as my son turned 11 he got interested in it and that got my wife interested. I like fine, but coming from enduro motorcycles and now mountain bikes, I'm kind of a two wheel guy, but I admit, it's pretty fun and I told my wife today that when my knees give out on me I'm getting either a Talon or yxz. Couldn't have the son driving one of those just yet! Actually, I would be more worried about my 21 and 25 year old sons coming home and taking them out!

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    Is that Nash in Mesa? That's where I got my X4 a couple of months ago... Love the color!
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