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I GOT IT!!!!!!!

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well i just picked up my first wheeler last night. it an 07 500 can am with 2 miles on it. only got to ride it around my block a cupple times last night but seems really nice. i was kind of [PoorWordUsage] at the financing company they wouldent let me put the rim and tires on the fincancing so im on the stock steels and rubber but it still looks good. will get some pics up soon

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Sweet JV.

Congrats with the new machine. One thing you'll love about the Can Am is the motor. They'll build more power the more you use them over time. I had a DS 650 prior to my Rincon. Awesome motors in the Can Am line and IMO one of the most reliable. Hopefully you experience the same.

Keep your eyes posted here for a winter time ride.

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Nice! That is quite a machine for a first atv! smile

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hahahahah sorry i took so long to reply i was wating to take some cus i thought i was gona get rims and tires soon but its not looking so good so i will work on getting them up SORRY!!!!!!!

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I have a 06 and it is a sweet machine, you will like it.

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Just take it out on the tar road and BURN the Tires up. Then tell the wife you need to up grade. It might work, lol

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