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Old 03-26-2007, 11:48 AM
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Im all about the King Quad.. Loven it. but thats the only one ive owned. HA!
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ya yam grizzes i have always liked,but i want to know more about the can am product. knowin me i will end up with a yamaha anyway.thanks so far
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I've also got a 2006 Yammy Raptor 700R Fuel Injected. Been thinking of selling it. anyone interested??
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im goin with a 4x4.
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i've got a 02 suzuki vinson (500) can't complain once about it. looks like shit now, because i use it hard, but has never let me down. my friend had a kawi 650, good power, but some flaws like only one rear shock, and he had to have the tranny rebuilt or replaced in under a year. my other friend has a new 660 griz, and he has seriously looked for about 8 months,looked in every forum, every dealer ship,and talked to every person that had a quad. from his findings he thought that was the best quad going right now. hope that helps brian.
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yup sounds like its either honda or yamaha. im gettin closer. thats to bad i never had any feed back bout can am i liked the power that 650 had. oh well ill go with what i know right.
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can am is too much money, and i think the hondas still have rear drums don't they?
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id pay extra for a good product if i had to, but id rather save on one thats just as good if i can
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Comes with pipe,stock pipe in box, full aluminum skid plate, and 2 extra rear tires.
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yup sounds like its either honda or yamaha. im gettin closer. thats to bad i never had any feed back bout can am i liked the power that 650 had. oh well ill go with what i know right.
2 buddies ride the 800 CanAm, awesome power, engine braking and decent handling. Only flaws they found are the really weak/soft front springs that sack out after a few hundred miles and the visco lok front diff which works great at anything other then a crawl. Try rockcrawling with it and the one wheel won't lock up 'til the other spins, by that time it's too late! In mud or snow it does perform great. If you go CanAm, buy the full skidplate before loading it in the truck. Really weak frame that can be damaged easily.
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2 buddies ride the 800 CanAm, awesome power, engine braking and decent handling. Only flaws they found are the really weak/soft front springs that sack out after a few hundred miles and the visco lok front diff which works great at anything other then a crawl. Try rockcrawling with it and the one wheel won't lock up 'til the other spins, by that time it's too late! In mud or snow it does perform great. If you go CanAm, buy the full skidplate before loading it in the truck. Really weak frame that can be damaged easily.
weak frame? nonsense. If your stuck enough in the mud and the viscolok wont get you out, then your stuck really good. The XT package also comes with a 3500 pound warn winch. I Used it today it pulled me sideways out of a swamp with ease. All I do with it is take it in swamps and big mudholes and sink it. The can ams are pretty tough. Also they have automatic engine brakes. And the front disc brakes are INboard mounted so they are out harms way. same with the rear driveline disc brake. The rear suspension is a trailing arm independent setup. Far superior to the other quads which have a solid rear axle with drum brakes. The XT package comes with beefy front and rear bumpers with steel cargo racks all tied in together. I rammed an old car with the quad today and its awesome for a stock bumper, hasnt collapsed yet. They are tough. Consider the Can-am's they are top notch and made in Canada. 3 year warranty.

oh ya and they haul ass and will smoke any other 4x4 quad except for the can am 800
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what year, can you pm me with some details on that raptor?
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