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Old September 19th, 2009
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Default Need Opinion Best 4 Wheeler for mud/Hunting

Hey Guys I need your opinion...What do you think is the best all around 4 wheeler for mud riding ang hunting

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you might start somthing hear lol well hears my 2 cents polaris or honda you cant go wrong i like them big 500 or better
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Don't do much mud riding. Use mine strictly for hunting.....well the girlfriend likes to do some trail riding. I had a Kawasaki KLF Bayou 400 4x4 for 15 yrs and never had a bit of trouble with it. Just recently(Nov '08) bought a Suzuki King Quad 450 axi. The King Quad was atv of the year a couple years back and it offered the most options for the money. Price, reputation, comfortable ride (I'm getting older), and features sold me. So far I am not disappointed. With the competition out there right now I don't think you can go wrong with any of the major manufacturers. Provided you don't abuse it.
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Default so many choices

I havent had any problems with honda but its just like a automobile evryone has a opinion about each one. Sometimes u get a bad apple but its whether the shop takes care of you to.
I would ride all of the ones you are interested in and find witch one you like best. They all have good bikes.
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All I have owned is Honda,So I would say uhhhh Honda, lol but I think any bike will last as long as you take care of it and ride with a lil sense
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My answer is a Honda. But that is all i have ever had. None of the ones i have owned have ever been in the shop. The only thing i ever had to do was change the oil,spark plugs, and i put brakes on it once. I also put new tires on one after 12 years.
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Default honda or polaris

ive always been a honda man but i got better deal on a polaris and it pulls great they pull great i would go with one one them
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Both are great bikes . I love the ride and power of my polaris 500 efi. also got a great deal on it. I would say this ,imo if i hunted in deep water or swamp all the time I would buy a man. shift honda.
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the reason i have a polaris is at the time they were the only one with the rear independent suspension and i wanted a 500 other than that i would have proly got a honda cause of the price diffrence
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My Honda Foreman 500 works for me!
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