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Brandi Nedley

Just bought a 2006 Polaris Sawtooth

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We just bought a used polaris sawtooth 2006. Any advice on pros and cons or things to look out for. were 1st time owners. basic maintenance?

 

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How do you like your ATV? I noticed you had no replies so figured I'd bump this topic for you. Keep the oil changed regularly and keep it clean after your rides. 

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dont be scared of it- that was my problem-  get used to it and test its limits- then you can enjoy riding fast safely.  thats how I get used to riding a different bike- take it slow and spin a couple doughnuts to get used to the tip-over limit and feel out the brakes and throttle- then rip!

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and btw so far I havnt wrecked a quad (or turned one over)  and I've been riding over three years (i know not near as long as a lot of you guys but...haha)  I learned on a 500cc sportsman so I dont think it matters what kind of bike you start on- just matters what kind of mindset you have riding it..  I follow my gut- If i start felling queasy, I tone it down a little...

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