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I'm REALLY loving the blue color on the T-Rex.

You never see them much, compared to lime green or white.


Here was my choice, drove 4 hours to go pick it up.



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The blue is a new color for 2012 n they look awesome n I am sure you will start seeing alot of them lol. Congrats on your new ride you will love it
 

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Discussion Starter · #5 ·
egads does that machine of mine look naked............that photo was 1st ride right after I bought it............$4,000 in accessories later it's changed a wee bit in looks

thanks for the flashback.
 

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egads does that machine of mine look naked............that photo was 1st ride right after I bought it............$4,000 in accessories later it's changed a wee bit in looks

thanks for the flashback.
I'm excited to see the updated version with whatever details you want to provide about the accessories.
 

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Hmmm. Sometimes I wonder if I made the right choice with the green........that blue looks fantastic outdoors.
 

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Me 3rd in line on Muddy rock crawling, waiting for a stuck Can-am and a High centered Polaris...........the KRX just crawled right over the huge rocks like a GOAT that it is. got a round of applause from the crowd. Both the Can-am and Polaris had to get winched out.




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Me 3rd in line on Muddy rock crawling, waiting for a stuck Can-am and a High centered Polaris...........the KRX just crawled right over the huge rocks like a GOAT that it is. got a round of applause from the crowd. Both the Can-am and Polaris had to get winched out.
That is quite an amazing story combined with photos as the proof. Kawasaki must have put a lot of R&D into their drivetrain. I'm not an expert on mechanical technology, but the proof is coming out in videos and in your post here.
 

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The 31" factory tires help lots too, I think the polaris only had 27". When I wear the stockers out, I'm going to 32 or 33"
 

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The factory nerf bars have saved me on many occasions, scraping over rocks they slide right over, or help kick the back end around while weaving between tight trees.
 
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