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CK1999_400ex

What does your quad weigh ?

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i found the paper work to the old 350 rancher 2wheel drive ... its 511 lbs dry weight

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been going through the file cabnet and finding old owners manuals and posting weights ... and of corse pushing my post count up ...

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I have an 01 polaris scrambler 500 2x4 i think the dry weight is 523 lbs ya it is its on the manual but my quad probably ways a little bit less has a rear rack that is meant for like a cooler a 6 pack rack which is lighter than what came on there and have a fmf muffler which is significantly lighter than those heavy stock polaris mufflers i call them water spouts because it looks like something water or coffee would come out of but then again i did add a 7 inch light bar that about 5 pounds added a k&n filter 1 pound heavier lol just kidding its lighter than it was stock which is good because these are heavier quads.

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My Honda ATC 250SX has a dry weight of 357 Lbs. 

Our Honda Recon ES has a dry weight of 414 Lbs. 

I love light ATVs that you can toss if around easily if you feel like it 😎

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2001 Xplorer 400L > 570 lbs dry.

1996 Sportsman 500 > 649lbs dry.

1998 Sportsman 500 >660 lbs dry.

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