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Are you interested in moderating?

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We are looking to add some new moderators to our forum, to cover our manufacturer specific forums. The requirement is that you own that specific UTV and are a forum regular or plan to be. The forums we are looking to cover are:

Arctic Cat Prowler Forum

Kawasaki Mule Forum

Kawasaki Teryx Forum

Polaris Ranger Forum

Polaris Ranger (RZR) Forum

Yamaha Rhino Forum

Honda Big Red Forum

KYMCO UTV Forum

If you own one of these, are a forum guru, and would like to try a hand at moderating..let us know by replying to this topic. Thanks.

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hi would be no problem to help out I have a mule , but its kinda rare one ....... its the Suzuki QUV there re badged mules that were made only a couple of years,I also have the full Essex ranger kit installed on it

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Re-energizing this thread. We're looking to add a couple of moderators to the team. In order to me a moderator on this forum, you will need to show that you have higher than average activity levels to start. This is a must, so that we can gauge your community interaction style, and get to know you better.

Please post in this thread if you are interested.

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