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Paulie420

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  1. Again, thanks Desert Hawk for all that info! I am diving into it all as we speak. Still haven't found a quad yet. Going back and forth between NEWER 2005+ Honda 400 ex's for around $3500 - $4500; Or going a bit older, 2000-2003 for $2000 - $3499... Anyone know of a good USED QUAD buyers guide? What to look for, tell tail signs of abuse, etc... I don't trust my knowledge of ATVs as enough to make a smart purchase... I may hire my rental guy to come with me or inspect a quad before I buy it... Still pumped, still looking - STILL RENTING! Lol. Going out this weekend, but it won't be on MY quad!!!! Paulie
  2. First, I'd like to say howdy from Arizona! Our weather is finally perfect for getting out and enjoying without burning up, and I am ready to enjoy it! I don't know a lot about the sport of ATVs at all. I do ride street bikes, and own a Harley and a Metric. I recently rented a few ATVs and a Rhino. I am pumped. I rented a 2006 Rhino, 2006 Honda 400ex, and a 2006 Honda --- Semi-Auto non-sporty ATV. Had electronic shift. I really had a blast on the Honda 400ex. It seemed fast, nimble, fun, and fairly safe. It didn't feel like TOO much quad. So - I guess my first questions are what should a smart, hardcore, amateur be looking for in a first ATV? Is the Honda 400ex a good choice? Buy new or used? If used, buy the best I can afford first or get an older junker to start on? Anyone around Phoenix? Know of Arizona specifics? Is there a Used Buyers Guide link to send me to??? I wanna get a GOOD ATV. Ok, too many questions to start. So I'll stop. Your site looks nice, and I hope I get a bunch of feedback! Rock N Roll! PAULIE

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