Ajmboy

Off Brand Utility ATV

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They are flooding the market!

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My Niece has one of these Off Brand Sport Quads....I think it is 150 or 200cc's....WHAT A PIECE OF CRAP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I also know of More than 5 more Examples of the Same Style Quads but different Brand name that also have more Down time than Ride Time....Like I said in another post this morning.....The Smaller ones 49cc's are Working....The bigger ones are a waste of money....They also claim to be Honda Compatible....However,,,,Nothing Fits So Far...And Honda WILL NOT touch them..

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from what i can see they are pretty much crap. alot of people are getting them but are not aware what they are getting into.

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Alot of broken weld are just some of the major qaulity problems they have to.

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My Niece has one of these Off Brand Sport Quads....I think it is 150 or 200cc's....WHAT A PIECE OF CRAP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I also know of More than 5 more Examples of the Same Style Quads but different Brand name that also have more Down time than Ride Time....Like I said in another post this morning.....The Smaller ones 49cc's are Working....The bigger ones are a waste of money....They also claim to be Honda Compatible....However,,,,Nothing Fits So Far...And Honda WILL NOT touch them..

Agreed with everything u said... if u look at all of them its like they pull pieces off other brand atvs and glue it onto a frame

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The ones on this website I have heard that they are nothing but junk. I have a friend that sells CFMOTO brand atv's. These are pretty good quality atv's. They have a very strong powerblock and the plastic actually survives a trip into the brush.

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I had a 50 extreme and it was a piece of crap. The jets got clogged at the riding park and i had to completly tear it down to get to the carb. Also the air filter always got clogged because it was in the back by the rear tire. I was always have to jack with it to run right.

I would only by japan made not china made.

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