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Has anybody seen the new Kids RZR in person? Our dealer doesn't even know when he's going to get one and our grandson is very eager to see if its what he wants.

Thank-you,

Cinda

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Has anybody seen the new Kids RZR in person? Our dealer doesn't even know when he's going to get one and our grandson is very eager to see if its what he wants.

Thank-you,

Cinda

1st of the year as soon as Polaris gets caught up.

-Jimmy

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1st of the year as soon as Polaris gets caught up.

-Jimmy

Hi Jimmy!

Thanks for the info, guess Tyler will have to wait.

Cinda

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Hi Jimmy!

Thanks for the info, guess Tyler will have to wait.

Cinda

Ya same here, it would have made a great Xmas present.

You could just buy a full size RZR and they will grow into it. :rolleyes:

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Ya same here, it would have made a great Xmas present.

You could just buy a full size RZR and they will grow into it. :rolleyes:

By the time they get big enough something better and faster will be out there. They do have a battery powered RZR at ToysRUs for almost eight hundred dollars..... think I'll pass on that one, theres always the Easter Bunny Presents (LOL) if Polaris gets caught up (LOL).

Cinda

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By the time they get big enough something better and faster will be out there. They do have a battery powered RZR at ToysRUs for almost eight hundred dollars..... think I'll pass on taht one, theres always the Eatser Bunny Presents (LOL) if Polaris gets caught up (LOL).

Cinda

That is very true.

They grow in and out of stuff so fast.

The cool thing about the RZR youth is they could follow you on the trail, it looks like it

will be powerful enough for basic trail riding.

And I like the fact that they will be safer in a caged buggy rather than a quad.

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That is very true.

They grow in and out of stuff so fast.

The cool thing about the RZR youth is they could follow you on the trail, it looks like it

will be powerful enough for basic trail riding.

And I like the fact that they will be safer in a caged buggy rather than a quad.

I like the caged buggy idea as well but on the Paiute they have to be 10 and they have to take a riders safety course before they can ride on their own. Tyler just turned seven last week-end but I think he'ld have a blast out on the Dry Lake and the trails we ride here. maybe he could even drag the arena for me.....I wonder if it has a place for a trailer hitch for the drag? I guess not George seems to have a great time doing that (LOL)

Cinda

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