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Old 03-27-2017, 3:13 AM
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Here's mine it's a 2017 Yamaha Viking VI EPS Special Edition with lift kit and big tires and rims. Planned upgrades performance radiator and 50 or 52" straight light bar.
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Your UTV looks awesome! That is a beautiful color too. I expect it will see a lot of outdoor adventures this year!
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2010 Polaris Ranger 800. About 2500 miles on it mostly in California mountains and Nevada desert.
Motorola CDM-750 VHF with a 1/2 wave whip.

2011 or so, Northern California:
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Last Spring, just north of Mount Shasta California, near the town of Weed. All the family rides....
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Very nice! I plan on going trail riding at a local trail ride place down the road from me hopefully the rain doesn't come around until later on.
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The LED light bars are nice. In the second photo, the guy with the ATV recently purchased a Polaris Rzr S and it's got a full width LED bar on the top.
Impressive doesn't quite describe it. Creating daylight over several hundred square yards in the middle of the night is more than "impressive".

I've got two single LED 10 watt spot beams on my ranger, and LED flood on the rear and HID headlights. All that works pretty well, but in no way compares to his LED bar.

Nice looking machine you have. The UTV's have come a long way since I bought mine in 2010.
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