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Alright, Misfit Motorsports is going to be running a photo contest!

Its really simple!

1)Post a picture of your raptor 660. Feel free to use Photoshop, etc. Most eye catching/interesting picture wins. The winner will receive $25 off the price of the purchase of our Full Widening Kit.

2)IF you have one of our kits installed on your bike when you take the picture, and you are chosen to win, you receive $25 CASH! (via paypal) And you will be featured on our site's homepage! (if you wish)

Info on our kits can be found here:
http://www.raptorforum.com/forums/showthread.php?t=79722

Rules:
Only one entry per person.
The contest will run for the month of March.
A winner will be decided by a third party, Not a member of Misfit Fabrication.
There must be at least 5 entires for the $25 cash to be awarded.

Feel free to PM me or post any questions
 

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spazz that looks damn good
 

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+3 gibson lt control arms with stage4 elka shocks
+6 metal tech swing arm
+4 durablue rear axle

What tires are those? I want.
 

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Spaz got any side pics
 

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I think I'm in love with Spazz's bike...well the tires. That's not creepy is it? Nah, for real though, that bike is sick looking. I was thinking MudLites too...
 

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they are mudlite sp's they look good but I don't know how the front tires help you in the mud
 

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here's a side shot, and a shot a little farther away




they are mudlites. 22x8x10 and 22x11x9. they are not the sp versions, as i bought them 6 years ago before they made the sp versions. not sure if there is a difference or not.

the front tires help from sliding so much in the mud. it also makes it look sweet lol.
 

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This isn't your kit... but if you squint a bit, you could pretend it is!

My son and I at Superstition Mtn, CA.


 

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Got em, but not for Superstition - yes, lots of sand, but way too much hardpack and rocks... it just tears them apart.
 

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Yeah I was gonna say, if the whole place is like that, it looks like it would be hell on paddles. Good father/son pic though Quad, great that you and him can spend time riding.
 

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