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I am selling this very well taken care of 1996 Honda Foreman ATV, equipped with an auger mount on the front rack, with ITP rims, good tires, and a 5X8 Big Max Trailer. I am selling both ATV and trailer as a package for $2,900 B/O.

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Can I get some pics of the wheeler and trailer please?? How many miles??

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The machine doesn't have an odometer, but I have owned it for exactly 4 years this month and I have averaged maybe 15-20 miles a year on it. So, since I've had it, I've put on an estimated 100 miles. The original owner didn't do vigorous trail riding either. Going off of that, I'd guess an average of 40 miles per year and it's a 12 year old machine which would guesstimate around 480 +/- miles on it.

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This Harter62 guy/girl is right, the package did sell and he was more than a little salty about it. He had some choice words to say to me about selling it from under him so I'm surprised he came back to the link!

On a better note, Thank you to all who inquired and thanks for everyone not just requesting pictures. So, I will leave all that politically correct stuff to the birds and I wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

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