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  1. Thanks for the replies. Makes sense. Ill keep looking at older ones then. Thank you.
  2. I havent been here in a while. Will be moving from NY to TN in the near future. Ive been searching for used atvs. How much is age a factor? Of course condition is key, but was wondering if late 90s and early 00's were worth looking at. Thanks
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  4. Would my huge 220lb butt be able to keep rear traction?
  5. I've seen a couple on there, with plows, but out of my price range. I'll keep looking. Thanks.
  6. I am also a gun owner. Being anywhere near NYC is forbidden I do like the open woods up here, though.
  7. NY is a boring place, esp when its covered in snow Alright thanks for all replies. Since I know I need a fairly large atv that has 4x4 capabilities, I better start looking used. For a used one, I'd go no more than $3,000. I've driven polaris', yamaha's and ridden honda ATC's. Hell, we own a Honda ATC, but I dont ride it. Not my style.
  8. Thanks for all your responses. Guess I'll look for a 4x4 of some kind. We dont get small amount of snow, it comes in truck loads. And Where is Troy City Garage? I'm in Syracuse.
  9. Thanks O_B. Yeah the snow here is always a mystery. Last winter we had wet, heavy snow drop at 1" per hour. Most of the time its just puffy, but we get our fair share of wet snow. I had another question. I saw there was automatic clutch, semi auto clutch and manual clutch. Whats a semi auto clutch? I would prefer automatic clutch since thats one less thing to do while riding. Im just lazy I guess. Auto clutch would just require shifting with foot, right? Sorry, I sound like a complete idiot
  10. Well if I was getting a 250, Id buy new, since they are pretty cheap. But if used, then I'd go bigger. Preferably I'd like to buy new. So if a 250 would be adequate for plowing, then it'd be good enough for me. I wouldnt be hauling too much in summer, so I'm basing my decision on one for the winter months.
  11. Thanks O_B. Since I'm not looking to break the bank, would a 250 (of any company) too small to push a plow? Sorry if thats a stupid question, but I'm just wondering.
  12. Thank you for your opinions. I will look into those.
  13. I just have no idea where to start. My main goal for an atv is for plowing AND yard/garden work. I dont need the most powerful atv on the planet, just something that can haul my big 220lb around and push plenty of snow. My main problem is I dont even know where to start looking. I dont know whats good, whats to stay away from, just like every product on the planet. Theres good and bad in each hobby. So hopefully by now you have a jist or an idea of what Im talking about. Other than spending hours reading about each atv (time I dont have), I'm hoping someone can give me a quick lesson or show me a place where you can easily compare (side by side) different companies and sizes. Thanks for any help.
  14. Thanks. I just ride, no racing. We have a house and plenty of land. It used to be a farm and a huge field. Now the field is smaller with a development behind the tree line. Sucks.

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