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we've burned threw wheelers on the farm. i had an '85 suzuki quadracer LT250R that was fast and rode nice but couldn't keep it running. an older Suzuki quadrunner 250 had so many hours/miles when the dealer took it in to replace a pump from us riding wheelies with it non stop he said he'd never seen a atv with that many. upgraded to a honda foreman 450 which handled and rode like crap but it was a bullet proof work horse for the farm. that ran until everything else around it wore out. for a while now we've had a yamaha 400 kodiak that's borderline nutless but rides really nice and had been used and abused but still runs and works.

it really depends on what you're looking to do with it. in that size more CC's are welcomed no matter what you're doing.  i know a lot of people with ATV's around here and it seems like Polaris has walked away with the sales within the last decade maybe. That's all I see and we've got local dealers to offer up every brand out there.


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another thing. that size atv i wouldn't go with power steering you don't need it and it's another thing to break. unless you have a shoulder or other physical impairment, just get the wheels rolling and it'll turn plenty well enough.

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Honda 

MY Honda Foreman has 9k miles on it with very little repair work needed. Just now, the Original wheel bearings have went and need replacing. 

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Had a grizzly 400 and absolutely loved it. That machine was a tank, and fit in all the tight spaces I ever needed it to.
Only reason I sold it was because it was getting impossible to take both boys on it and handle the machine safely. Moved on to a side by side and may never go back to an atv.a536df47aa851d24daa33fc2cfffe81f.jpg

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Thank you for all the replys. Been to several dealers. Looks like it will be a 400, no power steering. Wait time is 3 months out, my choice. Several prices right around $4700.

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