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Old 12-07-2009, 02:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Smile New Honda Recon.....

When I was shopping for a smaller ATV....I almost didn't look at the Recon.... Well, I brought it home today and took it for a ride in a little mud / snow....
I'm extremely pleased! For it's size.....1 word...WOW!
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Old 12-07-2009, 03:10 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Mud and snow sounds fun. Got some pics
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Old 12-07-2009, 03:26 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Must have been a x-mas to your self!
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We bought one our son last year for x-mas and I put a 2" lift and 24s on it and what a diff. it made, little sluggish on power but perfect for him. Only wish they made it 4x4. But a tough little quad, hope u injoy.
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Kinda a present to the whole family. Walking through the Honda dealer was tough.... Too many nice toys in there!
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Congrats on the new atv! I just bought a new Recon for my son for Christmas as he has outgrown the TRX90 that we have. It's been "regulated" to the granddaughter's!
Recons are tough machines and I can vouch for this because of the treatment I saw a neighbor give to one!
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How old is your son? My kids are ALREADY getting ideas....But I think they are a bit young still.
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My oldest son is 10 and he can ride my wifes 300 but thats just in the yard hes too small for the trails. He rides his TRX 90
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My sons are 8 and 5 and have a 7 year old daughter and all 3 of themride it very well. my 5 year old can tippy toe the floor boards, they have 90s but out growing the quick. Not to brag but my 8 year old rides better than alot of adults I see riding.
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My sons are 8 and 5 and have a 7 year old daughter and all 3 of themride it very well. my 5 year old can tippy toe the floor boards, they have 90s but out growing the quick. Not to brag but my 8 year old rides better than alot of adults I see riding.
LOL You have the same as me 2 boys and a girl 10,8 and 7.My oldest son rides pretty darn good and my girl dont have any fear but my 8 year old son he is cautious. I think us babying him when he had cancer slowed him down some. But he likes to ride.
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