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'99 Kawasaki Bayou 220. Bought it new in August of '98, and it is used mostly just for hauling deer out of the woods. It has hauled out tons of deer, and one time 3 at once. One on the front and 2 on the rear. I like it's small size as it allows me to snake through the woods where the big machines cannot.

 

Other than normal maintenance and batteries, I have only had to clean out the carburetor one time over the years. I put an inline gas filter in it after that, and never a problem since. She is an oldie, but a goody.

 

Here are a couple shots of it when I was turkey scouting a few weeks back.

 

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Im probably going to get something similar to this soon. Sold the Polaris, it needed a lot of work done and it just wasn't worth spending the money on. I like the smaller utility atvs. I've owned a recon, a timberwolf, and a Suzuki Ozark. Probably get another recon, looking for one with electric shift. I like the smaller size being able to get in tight spaces easier and maneuver better. Most are pretty peppy, just lack top end speed but about 45-50 is probably as fast as they can safely handle anyway. The light weight makes them feel pretty sporty too and helps if you get stuck, just get off and push it out.

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Here are some pics of my Kawasaki KFX700's. Both are far from stock. The red one is a 715cc with custom cams, a 40-shot of nitrous, and a +8" extended swing arm among many other mods. The blue one

Here's mine with some finial Mods on my 2014 RZR XP 1000 with 36" Terminators on 18" wheels,

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Here is my 2008 Yamaha Rhino SE!! It's lifted 8 inches with Gorilla Axles, has 30" Terminator Mud Tires, Two Brothers Dual Exhaust and Juice Box, snorkeled, has the back seat, rifle rack, and roof with stereo built in!!

 

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2014 Polaris Ranger 800 LE ... It's still stock, but I do have a few toys on my Christmas list.

 

She's getting a 4500# front winch, when she goes in for her first service ... Anything you think might be cool to do with it, shoot me a link in a PM.

 

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Here are some pics of my Kawasaki KFX700's. Both are far from stock. The red one is a 715cc with custom cams, a 40-shot of nitrous, and a +8" extended swing arm among many other mods. The blue one has a built motor as well, just not as aggressive. I also have 2 more that I just picked up to build up for trails because these 2 mostly ride only sand with the occasion trip to the sand drags, grass drags, or ice drags.

 

 

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This is my 2011 Honda Foreman. Simply put, this is a great work horse. It has hauled home many loads of firewood, taken me trail riding, and on hunting trips. It might not be the smoothest ride out there with the solid rear axle, but I love this machine.

It has the factory windshield, 4000lb Warn Vantage winch, Aluminum under armor (with stick guards), QuadBoss deluxe rear seat, both rear/front bumpers have been LineX'ed, Garmin GPS (with RAM mount), and Kenda Bear Claw tires. I love this time of the year the best as it allows me to spend time on the back of this bike hunting and firewood cutting.

 

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2013 Ranger XP 900 - 4 inch lift with arched a-arm, w/34x10x15" terminator tires, HD front brush bumper with 5K winch, HD Rhino axles front and rear.

 

2014 RZR XP 1000 - No lift but has 34x10x15" Terminator tires, custom exhaust for belt box, SSV 6 speaker audio system.

 

 

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These are my RZR 800's I sold:

 

2009 RZR 800 - 8" lifted with 31 Outlaw Tire and many other modifications

 

2011 RZR-S - 3" lift with 29.5 outlaw tires

 

 

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Here is a workhorse 85 250ES Big Red.

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Spent 20 years on a cotton farm before I got it from my grandfather. The kids think it is cool because I have pictures of me and my brother on it when we were about 5 yrs old; It was in a little better shape back then. Never been in the motor. Still runs like a champ.

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