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I joined on here to get more info before i make my purchase. Im looking for a 4x4 quad. Im interested in all terrain, and not in fast highspeed atv type vehicles.

I need all the help i can get.I do know what i am looking for. I am a newby.

It would be awesome too , to find someone with an extra quad that i can ride with you (i will pay) and you can teach me the basics. I come from shifter karting, ive always wanted to get into atv's for fun, non competitive layback go anywhere sport.

thanks and take care

jason [email protected]

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You can't go wrong with anything made by Honda, they will run forever if you treat them right. That is not to say that Yamaha, Kawasaki, or Suzuki wouldn't be a good choice too. Personally, I would at least sit on a few different machines before you buy. Being comfortable on the machine is as important as anything.

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