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New 4x4 quad

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I want a new quad. I need automatic and 4wd. It needs to plow snow. Pull a grass cutter. And be able to tow 1500 pounds. Plus be sporty enough to tear it up while having fun. I have a balance of 6k.

 

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Go!!!!!!!!!!!

 

 

 

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For that price new would be tough but !!
2019 Polaris 450 H.O ! 
Has everything your looking for and the MSRP out of the dealer $6250. Most likely can get it down to $5900.  
Used with $6k you can do a lot as well with a few different brands and it will be in mint condition! 

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I agree. 6k isn’t a lot for new. My only issue with used is if something brakes, it’s on me to fix. I just can’t do it anymore. You know that bro. Lol. But on another note. Which brand. I have reputations with them all.


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Absolutely just take your time and don’t make any decisions on my advice.  Check a few others out, my take is you know what bike is for you when you sit on it and it just feels right.  Good luck brother can’t wait to see what you get and hit the trails wit ya. 
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I’m going to keep it. I want the ability to either bring my kids out with me or my friends. Or just sell it for another 4x4. I have a bunch of land I maintain after my losses.


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Are you still coming up this weekend? I plan on being there from dusk till dawn.


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Not 100% sure yet. I was supposed to go up this weekend but due to the rain I held off. 
Are you going  to have a new machine or bringing the 06?

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Probably the 06. The Polaris is in the shop being looked into. Dropped that off last week


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