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Tinkhamtown

New Ride

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Max, Willie and me on my new ride. Sure going to make getting to our hunting spots easier.

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Just Ride

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Looks like the passenger have a bigger smile on their face than you.

I've got the same basket rack on the back of mine.

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Very nice - Enjoy your new ride!

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Looks like the dogs are geting lazy! laugh Congrats on the new wheeler, and have fun!

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Very nice four wheeler and dogs.

I also got a four wheeler on Thursday.

2001 Polaris Sportsman 500

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Sweet ride and love that color. Here is to having FUN on our new wheelers.

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Sweet ride and love that color. Here is to having FUN on our new wheelers.

Tink

Thanks, yeah the paint job is sweet and its the first Polaris I have seen with a yellow paint job, since i got it on Thursday I have put almost 100 miles on. And I will have fun on my new four wheeler I hope you do to.

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Lets hope it's not "Lemon" yellow! shocked Have fun on your new wheeler!

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