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My mate put the 700xx into a washout and did a bit of damage to the quad and himself
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so hoping its all going to be good after all the new parts get thrown at it
 

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He is going to be fine, he has already had 7 operations caus he held onto the quad when it flipped and when it come down he was under it and the handle bars landed on his leg and opened him up and severEd his femeral artery ( the main one in your leg) and cut some muscle so it wasnt a nice sight, but we managed to get him to a hospital in under 5 min before he could bleed out, so now he is out of the woods he's come to and paid for the repairs caus as they say "You bend it, you mend it"

But I did Pay for the rear shocks and he other little up grades
 

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Damn I hope it all works out. Seeing this reminds me of why they sale quad insurance. I couldnt imagine seeing that happen, your mate should be thankfull you were able to get him to hospital that fast and stop the bleeding.
 

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Thats pretty shitty that he got hurt. But on the other hand, you have some nice upgrades!!!
 

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You all should be ambulance drivers.
That would be good,
Dont know about you guys but when I go out riding my mates and I make sure that we always stay close enough together that we can see one another so that I one of us comes off someone is there within a few seconds and most of us know basic first aid, which is one of the reasons my mate is still alive today.

Dean went back to work on Monday, 2 months after coming off but is still going to need physio for atleast a year.
 
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