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i`m brand new to the site, very nice by the way!!!!!!!!

I have owned a banshee before but have recently bought a sled but interrested in buying a quad but need some help in chosing the one for me

I m interrested in a Kawasaki Brute Force 650i or Suzuki King Quad 700, which should i choose?

LIKE to know what you guys think!!!!!!!!!Have a good one

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I love Suzukis, we have four of them! But I would look into all makes, I like the 700 alot, it looks killer in black, but I might wait for the 800, check out the article in QUAD mag. I love QUAD it is the best magazine out there!

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Welcome to the site! Hope you enjoy yourself!

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Thanks guys for writing back but i`m looking towards the King Quad but in my hometown the cheaper of the two is the Brute Force but still undecided what to do

Take care and it`s a really a great site TALK TO U SOON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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