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Nice AC, What made you chose the AC over all the others, I am looking to by but am stuck with the pro's and con's. By the way Super is an awsome place to ride. I am usually at mile marker 5.5.

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Nice AC, What made you chose the AC over all the others, I am looking to by but am stuck with the pro's and con's. By the way Super is an awsome place to ride. I am usually at mile marker 5.5.

I did alot of research and found ( in my opinion ) that the Arctic Cat gave me the most for my money. Since I have gotten it, I am very happy with my choice. We camped at mile marker 4 over Thanksgiving.......

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