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  1. Hey guys, I'm in the market for a new used ATV and need some help and suggestions. I have a budget of $1800. I'm 33 years old, 6'1" and 220lbs. I already have a side by side, but I use a four wheeler to take out to my hunting property to check trail cams, fill deer feeders, and drag deer out and haul back to camp. I can use the side by side for this also, but an ATV is much handier, easier to haul out there, fits through gaps in trees and trails much better. That's really all I use an ATV for. I don't trail ride or go mudding or anything like that. My 2 year old son likes riding around the yar
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  3. I found one locally that looks brand new. I'm talking pristine. Has nerf bars and a front bumper but everything else is stock. Guy says he hasn't rode it in 2 years, but it runs perfectly. He wants $1800 and is firm on the price. He has the title for it. Is this a decent deal or should I keep looking?
  4. Thanks for the advice. I'll be sure and do that.
  5. Hey fellas, new member here and wanted to get some expert advice. I'm not new to quads, just been or of the game for a while. I was big into them growing up. My last bike was a 1999 Banshee that I sold when I went to college. Now I'm almost 30 (can't believe I just said that) and I've really been thinking about getting another bike again. I am just clueless on the bikes after 2000ish. Currently, I have a 1984 Honda Big Red 3-wheeler in like new condition that my grandpa bought brand new. While it's really neat to putz around on and show off, there is really not much enjoying about riding it.

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