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Big Fish Hunter247

Please Watch For Stolen 04 Honda Rincon 650

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Big Fish Hunter247

This morning sometime between 5am and 7am my 4 wheeler was stolen. Its a 04 Honda Rincon 650 any info would be greatly welcomed.

Discription: Red in Color it had the big mud tires on it (maxis mudzillas)

It was sitting next to my house in New Brighton the police have been notified But I dunno if this will help but I throwing out the if any of you guys and gals can help me out

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SomethingFishy*

Soory to hear this happened. Hopefully you get it back.... if not hopefully the insurance claim is smooth to get you back up and running.

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Dave S

That's bites Big Fish.

Be sure to watch all of the auction sites for any items that are salvagable. I'm sure the local authorities will already be doing this.

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Big Fish Hunter247

Well I hope it goes smooth too. The thing that really kills me is that it was in a 2 hr+ time frame. I was about $300 from being paid off but anyways if anybody has any info let me know I have been keeping an on on the net for it.

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Macgyver55

I'll definitely keep an eye out for it. I've been shopping for a while for a clean used one anyway. Are there any identifying marks or accessories I should look for?

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Dave S

If you have any pics, please post. You never know if someone will see it out on the lakes.

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snoozebutton

I'm with LEP7MM, if you have some pics it wouldn't hurt. I doubt it would turn up in Wis. but ya never know.

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Ely Lake Expert

Wow that is brutal. Make sure you post pics and even license numbers. Did you have it fully insured? I hope so.

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Big Fish Hunter247

On the left hand side there is a big tear in the fender I had a tree go through it right were the warning label is at and its missing some of the plastic parts on the front end I was putting a winch on it and never got the plastic back on. Thats the only real identifying marks that I can think of. Here is the LIC# 488 QR even thought that can be taken off it on a big metal plate on the back I have one pic of it but I'm not sure how to post it on here? Yes it was fully insured and they were notified that it was stolen same with the DNR too I gave them a call

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spotchecker

Big fish put this on a metro fishing thread theres an fm army over there.

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Dave S

Big Fish,

email me the pics at [email protected] and I can post the pics for you.

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piker007

Check the site craigs list. there are alot of 4 wheelers for sale on there

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Dave S

OK Everyone! Here's some pics of Big Fish's wheeler. Please keep an eye out for it in your travels.

RINCON1.jpg

RINCON2.jpg

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Big Fish Hunter247

Thanks LEP7MM it wasnt that dirty when it was stolen smile but it gives you an idea of when to look for.

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Sandmannd

That sucks, I feel for ya. Keep an eye on craig's list, [YouNeedAuthorization] and car soup to name a few. You never know, it might turn up there.

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fishorgolf

Not to make you lose hope but it was most likely taken by two types of people. "Local idiot", which means it would have been found by now and "professional" which means it is long gone. I had a Harley taken and the cops words were " it's half way to Iowa right now and will be parts before morning" For two years I looked at bikes at shows etc. hoping to find it. Total waste of time. I know a ATV is diff. than a bike but if it has not shown up by now don't get your hopes up. I hope you had insurance.

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