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Who should be ATV of the month January?

  • 11850XP

    Votes: 3 4.1%
  • Scoobyshack

    Votes: 8 10.8%
  • ydopen

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  • 05sportsman600

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  • creekman

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  • matthew6279

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  • bobx2

    Votes: 14 18.9%
  • csurane24

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  • Soonerman

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  • brutus323

    Votes: 3 4.1%
  • Sjjr613

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  • al53

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  • crowsnestflyfisher

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  • S10V84Speed

    Votes: 3 4.1%
  • Bonefish101

    Votes: 4 5.4%
  • Sportsman570

    Votes: 1 1.4%
  • BUCKSANDDUCKS

    Votes: 16 21.6%
  • curtwpk

    Votes: 5 6.8%
  • jbalzola

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Let the voting begin for the January 2014 Polaris ATV of the Month! We will leave the poll open until the end of the month and then announce the winner. We got some really good pics this month, thanks to everyone that participated and GOOD LUCK!!

11850XP



2011 sportsman 850xp
Fender flares
Full skid plate
Rhino axles
HIDs
Lock and ride boxes
front 3500lb winch/rear 2500lb winch
gun mounts
27" mudlite

Scoobyshack



2013 Polaris 850 Touring LE
Front and rear Polaris bumpers
Ricochet A-arm guards
Polaris medium windshield
Glacier plow
Rear chains
Rotopax Gas
Cabelas Tac Front and Rear Luggage
Rear dual towing attachment
Digger Auger Caddy
two Otter medium sleds, Hyfax runners, and sled covers
Lowrance H2O GPS and Navionics Lake Depth charts and Ram mount
Hitch trailer and lockable storage box

ydopen



05sportsman600



2013 sportsman 850 Touring
UNI airfilter
polaris mirrors
polaris handguards

creekman



08 500HO EFI

matthew6279



2014 Sportsman 570 Touring
Only 3 miles in the picture.
No mods - all stock.

bobx2



csurane24



Soonerman



2013 550 XP

brutus323



12 sportsman 500
50 inch moose plow
low profile windshield
hand warmers
rear storage box

Sjjr613



2011 sportsman 500
26" swamplite tires
M9 patriot rims
Polaris hand guards
Front and back bumpers
Glacier plow
3 light mod

al53



02 sportsman 500

crowsnestflyfisher



2013 550XP LE EPS
stock 17 hours on it

S10V84Speed



Bonefish101



Fender flares
hand guards
27" Rocktanes
STI wheels
and a neat soft bag

Sportsman570



BUCKSANDDUCKS



2002 sportsman 500 HO (Gunmetal grey)
26" Swamp Witch tires
3000# winch
EPI HD springs
Warn front bumper + Warn trail lights

curtwpk



jbalzola

 

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Lots of really excellent pictures this month. There are several that just make me say "dam I wish I was out on that ride with my ride".
 

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At the top of this page there are boxes with names chk the box of the name that corresponds to the pic u think is best.
 

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Some really good pics this month. Good Luck to all.
 

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Lots of entries this month. Good stuff. I'm a little biased towards those not afraid to go deep though.
 

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Lots of entries this month. Good stuff. I'm a little biased towards those not afraid to go deep though.
LOL. That's funny, I'm the exact opposite. I'm more of a high and dry type, and avoid the mud and water if I don't have to get in it. I just can't wrap my mind around treating an atv like a submarine.
 

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Lots of entries this month. Good stuff. I'm a little biased towards those not afraid to go deep though.
LOL. That's funny, I'm the exact opposite. I'm more of a high and dry type, and avoid the mud and water if I don't have to get in it. I just can't wrap my mind around treating an atv like a submarine.
I'm with you Bob...we rode last weekend and there was a hole that was the width of the trail...so I had no choice, but to go through it. I was crying on the inside. It wasn't super deep, water was barely inside the floor boards, but the mud was thick and soupy. Spent $14 at the car wash. I avoid mud and water when I can.
 

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Lots of entries this month. Good stuff. I'm a little biased towards those not afraid to go deep though.
LOL. That's funny, I'm the exact opposite. I'm more of a high and dry type, and avoid the mud and water if I don't have to get in it. I just can't wrap my mind around treating an atv like a submarine.
I'm with you Bob...we rode last weekend and there was a hole that was the width of the trail...so I had no choice, but to go through it. I was crying on the inside. It wasn't super deep, water was barely inside the floor boards, but the mud was thick and soupy. Spent $14 at the car wash. I avoid mud and water when I can.
I don't mind foot boards deep, but much past that and it's a no go. and I don't enter anything I don't know how deep it gets. I don't like watching money sink.
 

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Like to see a little water on a ride, some shallow water crossing but not too deep, a little water in the desert is a treat but like others have said, these things are not submarines and that's a lot of money and or work when you sink one......not to mention the work/pain to retrieve it and the delay of the ride. To each their own though....some like submarines and some don't. :cowboy:
 

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Come on guys!
BUILD IT!...
MUD IT!...
BREAK IT!...
REPEAT!...
 

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I voted for Creekman. That (ghetto or *******) Silas Robertson front storage box is the best. Hey! It gets the job done jack.
And it got my vote!!
 

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That's great. We started ours out very much the same way.

 

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Thats great..a puppy carrier....wish my dog could ride with me...but to big...nice to see you can take your buddy riding...
 

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Yep, i have 4 dogs & they all started off riding in the tote, now i cant start my wheeler without them getting all excited to go for a run with me lol
 
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