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Why is everyone getting out of redline.


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Why is everyone getting out of redline.
Currently I count three revolts, one xl, and one riot for sale on the forum. Oh, and I assume you still have your revolts too. Seems like normal turnover or even less than normal, considering there are several thousand of them out there....... Way less than one half of one percent!!!!
There are quite a few of them up here in the northwest and everyone I know loves their ride.......
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Why is everyone getting out of redline.
Currently I count three revolts, one xl, and one riot for sale on the forum. Oh, and I assume you still have your revolts too. Seems like normal turnover or even less than normal, considering there are several thousand of them out there....... Way less than one half of one percent!!!!
There are quite a few of them up here in the northwest and everyone I know loves their ride.......
I cannot see myself ever selling mine. our trip last week cements that even more. The more I dune it the more I get to know and trust it. Dropping in off a razorback at 40-50mph is a freakin rush.
I figure my grandkids will be doing the same with it.

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Seems like you should ask your self. All of us in the Northwest love ours and are not selling in the near future. We just keep getting more new owners to ride with. Most of the cars that have sold up here are still here. Just new owners.
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Why is everyone getting out of redline.
Currently I count three revolts, one xl, and one riot for sale on the forum. Oh, and I assume you still have your revolts too. Seems like normal turnover or even less than normal, considering there are several thousand of them out there....... Way less than one half of one percent!!!!
There are quite a few of them up here in the northwest and everyone I know loves their ride.......
There is nowhere near several thousand out there. There were about 300 standard Revolts built, less than 100 XL's, and less than 150 Riots built. I know, I worked at the factory from day one until the end. Whatever Wasteland is putting out now is just using up leftover parts.

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There were about 50 frames left over when Redline closed, all sat outside in the elements for 2 1/2 years so they were getting rusty. There was a major shortage of transmissions and plastic, among other things. We (the employees) were told at the start of production to figure on building 1000 units the first year, 2000 plus the second and 3500 in the third year. During the three years of Redline we never even broke 1000. We were told a lot of things that never happened.
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Why is everyone getting out of redline.
Currently I count three revolts, one xl, and one riot for sale on the forum. Oh, and I assume you still have your revolts too. Seems like normal turnover or even less than normal, considering there are several thousand of them out there....... Way less than one half of one percent!!!!
There are quite a few of them up here in the northwest and everyone I know loves their ride.......
There is nowhere near several thousand out there. There were about 300 standard Revolts built, less than 100 XL's, and less than 150 Riots built. I know, I worked at the factory from day one until the end. Whatever Wasteland is putting out now is just using up leftover parts.
Well, I stand corrected. I guess you should know.....
I do believe that my point is still valid. There are actually very few revolts for sale and everyone is not getting out of the revolts. Most of the people that have and ride them, love them......
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Dido to that. Everybody seems to be just a few! Its actually hard to find one for sale around here (Oregon).
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You should ask your self, why are you selling all of your Revolts? You found something better, and faster.
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You should ask your self, why are you selling all of your Revolts? You found something better, and faster.
We are selling our redlines only because I made the big mistake by riding in a friends 1200hp sand rail !!!!! Now we have been bitten by the Sand Rail bug for big hp and long travel. If I had never taken that ride I would still be pushing our revolts to there safe limit. I still have 3 revolts that are still available for sale for the next Redline enthusiast !!!


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