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Hello from the rain forest in Panama Central America. I go by the name of Drago. I'm from Arizona but spend part of my time here in Panama and part of the time in Az. I have had a number of atv and utv units over the years but now I have a new Polaris Ranger. Glad I found this forum.Well so long for new, Drago..............

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