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By Frank Angerano
So one thing I enjoy about Quadcrazy is the amount of diversity when it comes to the bike/brand of choice.
We all hear about so many different brands/types that we need help or helping out with!
Myself ive had just about every brand bike except for a Suzuki which I’m currently seeking as my next project😜. I currently have 5 quads and they are all different in brand except for two Honda’s one of which is a newer bike fuel injected. I have to say so far through all the bikes I’ve worked on my brand of choice would be Honda! I think they make a great product! I love the older carburetor bikes!
Now I’m sure some of the other members feel differently and I would like to hear your bike of choice and why? Wether it be the repairs, handling, look, safety, simplicity, electronics etc!!!!!!!
One of the reasons I bring this up is I have friend that recently purchased a can am new!
I asked him why a can am after all the years of Polaris? He said it’s a nice looking bike and wanted to try something new.
He has rode the bike three or four times and hated it! So a trip back to the dealer he traded it in for a Polaris and he’s very happy now. A costly mistake since he lost money on the can am but back to his Polaris that he said he will never stray again.
Let’s hear it !
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