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Hey ladies! I've decided it's high time to buy my own quad as I've always wanted to get into it and I finally have the time and money. I don't know any girls who quad on their own, so I'm trying to get some help from the guys I know but it's just not the same. I was wondering if you guys might be able to suggest some good quads to look at for me or give me some tips for buying my very own quad. I'm looking to buy used, not new, as it's more affordable. I've had the Yahama Grizzly 550 recommended, and it sounds perfect for me but is a little higher than my budget. Am thinking the 450 Kodiak but there's no power steering... not sure the difference this will make on a small quad? Anyways for my needs... I want something that I can take out in the woods to go hunting in the fall, but that I can throw around (not having it throw ME around) and make my bitch in a mudhole during the spring and summer. A qud that I can keep up to the boys on the trails with that can handle the muskeg, but that I can keep good control of. I have ridden Grizzly 700s before and some similar sized quads before, and they are fun but too big for me to control the way I want to be able to. So ladies, what do you suggest? What are your tips for me in my search?
My friends 04 suzuki z400 was stolen from our garage lastnight if ANYBODY knows anything about a used atv BRIGHT yellow atv being sold with a bum front left wheel and tire the suzuki has holeshot tires on the back, has a skid bar on the back "idk what to call it but the bar on the back so u can flip it doing a wheelie" an INCREDIBLY loud exhaust the atv was last seen in mentor ohio if you know anybody trying to sell one super cheap with NO TITLE let me know as soon as you can any responses will go to my cell phone. a police report has been filed already with the vin so its been reported as a stolen machine. possible reward for information in help finding atv