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Went out for some off road fun today.
 

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Nice rig. Sounds a lot more fun than what I did today. Swapped passenger door on my Mustang. First time for everything I guess. Someone had painted it the wrong shade of white with piss-poor prep work then my HF table lift fell against it so I took that as a sign to get it done. Was lucky and found the correct door already painted the correct color up in Las Vegas.
 

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I was going to buy a RZR but then...…...
Let me finish!!....Polaris screwed all its loyal Victory customers over, so you said "F!! them.."
 

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Let me finish!!....Polaris screwed all its loyal Victory customers over, so you said "F!! them.."
I did get a satisfaction from denying them a sale but, the Wildcat is a great machine. The RZR was on the next purchase list at the time.
 

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I did get a satisfaction from denying them a sale but, the Wildcat is a great machine. The RZR was on the next purchase list at the time.
I hope Polaris felt that loss and is reconsidering the folly of their ways. :)
 

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I did get a satisfaction from denying them a sale but, the Wildcat is a great machine. The RZR was on the next purchase list at the time.
I hope Polaris felt that loss and is reconsidering the folly of their ways. <img src="http://www.victoryforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="" class="inlineimg" />
I bet with all the dissatisfied Vic owners it had some impact. Made me feel good, that I know.
 

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I did get a satisfaction from denying them a sale but, the Wildcat is a great machine. The RZR was on the next purchase list at the time.
Don't tell anyone...but when the Vic has to be retired I'll mostly likely go with an Indian.
 

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Don't tell anyone...but when the Vic has to be retired I'll mostly likely go with an Indian.
Victory will never die!
 

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Don't tell anyone...but when the Vic has to be retired I'll mostly likely go with an Indian.
a REAL Indian or a Pooralis Indian
 

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I expect my Vic's to last longer than me. :)
I don't see this being a huge issue in your case ...but for me, I need to plan a little further out .......... :ltr:

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I don't see this being a huge issue in your case ...but for me, I need to plan a little further out .......... :ltr:

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As you should. Rock on!

As little as I've been riding this past year; my bike tires will outlast me. :wink They might be way out of date but will have plenty of tread left.

In other news; how 'bout the crazy weather we've been having this Spring!? Out here it has been going back and forth between late Winter and Spring weather. Just yesterday we had rain and hail. Some days it rains when none was expected. On the heels of that crazy 18" of snow in one night; I gotta wonder what this Summer will be like. Last Summer was extra hot. Maybe this one will be extra cool if this trend continues.
 

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31.8 inches of snow that day in Payson, the Cat was so damn much fun that day!!
 
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