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Old 03-15-2016, 02:31 PM
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Some really great points of view posted.
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Bin der done dat, Sxs cool for trails and hunting in certain types of country , having said that buddy of mine just got new '16 grizz 700 SE......it's sexy as hell

I don't think I could be swayed from overall versatility of quad
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Bin der done dat, Sxs cool for trails and hunting in certain types of country , having said that buddy of mine just got new '16 grizz 700 SE......it's sexy as hell

I don't think I could be swayed from overall versatility of quad
ya thats what i looked at too.....i just think the new SxS are much better than they were a couple years back as far as performance & abilities go. The Yamaha Wolverine im looking at really is a great mix of everything.
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On my 2nd grizz 700 now (2014 is much more stable than my 07 was), that's the 4th Yamaha quad I've had and hands down super reliable. I also have a Kawi Teryx and the girlfriend and I like taking either one out, side by side is a bit tight on the grown in alder trails but has taken us on 98% of the trails the grizz goes. Definitely much more comfortable than doubling but either one works
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On my 2nd grizz 700 now (2014 is much more stable than my 07 was), that's the 4th Yamaha quad I've had and hands down super reliable. I also have a Kawi Teryx and the girlfriend and I like taking either one out, side by side is a bit tight on the grown in alder trails but has taken us on 98% of the trails the grizz goes. Definitely much more comfortable than doubling but either one works

ya i have narrowed it down to either the '16 Grizzly 700 or the Wolverine......just not sure if i wanna put out the extra bucks for SxS. How has the Teryx been for reliablity?
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a good review
https://youtu.be/ogRtUOQCs-o

that being said

https://youtu.be/gkeGSwE_erM

and um holy shit

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ive had it all dirt bikes quads trikes i have a rzr 800 now and love it. its the 50 inch model so fits in the truck and there hasnt been a trail yet i cant tackle that a quads been up. sometimes i can going further than the quad. feels safer on hills because of the wheel base.
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On my 2nd grizz 700 now (2014 is much more stable than my 07 was), that's the 4th Yamaha quad I've had and hands down super reliable. I also have a Kawi Teryx and the girlfriend and I like taking either one out, side by side is a bit tight on the grown in alder trails but has taken us on 98% of the trails the grizz goes. Definitely much more comfortable than doubling but either one works

Have been missing your adventure pics. I'd love to go quading with you this summer
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Mind as well get a quad , takes up less space in your car hole when it doesn't get used .....
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........best advice so far though....
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Side X sides give u a false sense of security with that shitty "roll cage" that they come with when u buy them, at least with a quad u know u gonna get fucked up
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Side X sides give u a false sense of security with that shitty "roll cage" that they come with when u buy them, at least with a quad u know u gonna get fucked up
sounds like what a case of ol milwaukees do too
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