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    Quads

    Looking to get a new ATV, I previously owned a 2002 Yamaha Kodiak 400. What should I be looking at in 2021?

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    Re: Quads

    What do you want to do with it?

    What features are you looking for? What is your riding level of experience? How much are you going to use it?


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    Re: Quads

    WE were out on our Polaris's again today - Having FUN in the Snow ! RJ
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    Re: Quads

    Quote Originally Posted by KodiakHntr View Post
    What do you want to do with it?

    What features are you looking for? What is your riding level of experience? How much are you going to use it?
    I put 8000km on the last one. Cruising FSR’s, hauling the odd moose or elk out and dinking around on the property.

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    Re: Quads

    Quote Originally Posted by REMINGTON JIM View Post
    WE were out on our Polaris's again today - Having FUN in the Snow ! RJ
    what model Jim?

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    Re: Quads

    I vote Honda 500 rubicon. Direct drive no belts awesome

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    Re: Quads

    Can’t go wrong with honda

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    Re: Quads

    Would be tough to go wrong with another Yamaha or Honda in the 500cc range. Or if you want to live a little, a 650 Can Am. Can Am will ride smoother and get better traction, and be more stable than the Yamaha or Honda in off camber or high speed situations. The 650 is very driveable, and doesn't have the same sort of power delivery that the bigger machines do. Tougher to get in bad situations.


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    Re: Quads

    Whatever bike you decide on, power steering is very nice!! I switched over to Can Am from Honda, so far so good. The 91 hp is nice too! Moosin
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    Re: Quads

    Quote Originally Posted by THE SWEDE View Post
    what model Jim?
    I have a 2016 Sportsman 570 SP ESP - My son has a Sportsman 800 -- The 570 is nearly as fast and gets TWICE as good fuel mileage ! RJ
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