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So i'm picking it up saturday. It's an 07 Stock and i don't know what some things I should get for it. I ride mostly in the woods and idk if you guys had any suggestions for me! I'd like to really load it with stuff. But mostly body mods, maybe a few performance.

Any suggestions!
 

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Your getting a good fourwheeler, those things are bulletproof
 

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250ex

The 250ex is an awesome quad. That quad is a very manuverable quad when riding, jumping, and suspension wise feels great. My netghbor has an 07 250ex, I have an 87 trx250x which is a little diferent than the ex but is still a fun quad. My buddies and I ride at Lost Trails often, which beats the daylights/livin snot , out of our quads, but our 250's hold up just as well as our buddies 500 and 700 polaris 4x4 quads. I rode a suzuki 250, and I choose the 250x and ex over the suzuki tank any day.
 

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Nerf bars, bumper, and good tires. Congrats on the purchase.
 

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Congratulations on the 250!!
 

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definately new tires.see my mod list i love mine only thing i would like to have is it a little wider better suspension for jumps and going around berms other than that it is awesome on trails thats all i ride.
 

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Your getting a good fourwheeler, those things are bulletproof
I can vouch for that; we bought two used 250EX's a year ago and these things had the CRAP ridden out of them by the previous owner. They still run great and we have a lot of fun with them. Hope you're having fun with it!! :partsin01:
 

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So i'm picking it up saturday. It's an 07 Stock and i don't know what some things I should get for it. I ride mostly in the woods and idk if you guys had any suggestions for me! I'd like to really load it with stuff. But mostly body mods, maybe a few performance.

Any suggestions!
Skid plates
 

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I could never use the plastic handguards, because when I get in heavily wooded areas, I always get a tree/bush in between the handguards and the handgrips and back up and it rips them forward and cracks them.
 

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I could never use the plastic handguards, because when I get in heavily wooded areas, I always get a tree/bush in between the handguards and the handgrips and back up and it rips them forward and cracks them.
My buddy has some on his rancher tha bolt on the ends. They are nice and eliminate that.
 

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I could never use the plastic handguards, because when I get in heavily wooded areas, I always get a tree/bush in between the handguards and the handgrips and back up and it rips them forward and cracks them.
My buddy has some on his rancher tha bolt on the ends. They are nice and eliminate that.
What do they bolt to, the bolt on the ends of the handgrips that holds the handgrips on?
 

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nice pick up bro.... first thing i did was new bumper and twist throttle.... i hate the thumb cramping on a long ride... new tires and exhaust are a must for me.... other than that suspension and skid plates id say
 

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I could never use the plastic handguards, because when I get in heavily wooded areas, I always get a tree/bush in between the handguards and the handgrips and back up and it rips them forward and cracks them.
My buddy has some on his rancher tha bolt on the ends. They are nice and eliminate that.
What do they bolt to, the bolt on the ends of the handgrips that holds the handgrips on?
Yea, some clamp on over handlebars or both.
I like the moose utility (just plastic) or the tusk Dflex (bolt on).
 

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My buddy has some on his rancher tha bolt on the ends. They are nice and eliminate that.
What do they bolt to, the bolt on the ends of the handgrips that holds the handgrips on?
Yea, some clamp on over handlebars or both.
I like the moose utility (just plastic) or the tusk Dflex (bolt on).
OK, yeah, I remember seeing those now. I don't know why I didn't think to get those kind. Trees and bushes couldn't get between those and the handgrips.
 
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