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BRoth82

1995 Yamaha Big Bear 350 or 1987 Honda 350D

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I'm looking at both of these ATV's they are both in good condition.  I'll mainly be using them to pull around my utility trailer around my yard, as well as moving my boat in and out of my storage shed.  With both in the same condition what would make you buy one over the other? 

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1 minute ago, Darrinster said:

So far the 1987 Big Bear I bought was worth the money. Hope to have it for a long time.

I was going to say 1995 big bear which you have in the topic title because it's newer but you just updated the topic with a 1987 big bear. So it's a 1987?

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1 minute ago, Ajmboy said:

I was going to say 1995 big bear which you have in the topic title because it's newer but you just updated the topic with a 1987 big bear. So it's a 1987?

My Big Bear is an 1987 I don't think they changed much.

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I didn't update the title, I was looking at a 1995 big bear 350 or a 1987 honda 350D.  But now I found a 2000 yamaha Kodiak 400. For a little more than the big bear.  So I might go that route instead.

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