yea i doubt anyone would want these.. This was pretty much our first project for atvs and i didnt use the type of primer that we currently use and still had an arm and a leg in materials. lol so id want some of my money back of material to buy more to do my new project plus have to buy all new plastics...lol. that would be some bones there.
mine is far from a trailer queen. I ride in all kinds of conditions. mud, dust, rocks, doing donughts and roosting stuff.. getting roosted on by others etc. Mine still looks good other than the 2 places i hit it with a drill. Damn gears on the drill went down through the paint and to the blue plastics. It happened by me buffing out the fins on the hood with a drill with the buffing cloth on the end of it. I just got complacent and wasnt paying attention and bam... dug the shit out of the plastics about 1 inch long. Ohh well. live and learn.
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