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here are some pics of one of our atv trips........Quads rule
Jage, it's hard to beat hondas for their reliability. I think both of those quads are in 4x4 all the time, makes them a bit harder to steer.(most 4x4 quads have a selector to switch fron 4x to 2x) the hondas are great on fuel. I like the transmissions on the hondas, I am anti belt. Most of the new 4x4 machines are automatics and the run a belts like a snowmobile. I think the price is about right on those quads. could be good entry level machines for not to much money,,,,,,see if you like it. also the quads you show have a straight rear axle...more stable in off camber situations but don't ride as smooth over the rough stuff. I just went from independent rear suspension to a straight rear axle...no problems
riding my quad in the desert is about my most favorite thing to do.......
I am headed for southern Utah the first part of march to do some riding/exploring...TRI state Jamboree.
SEE YA DAVEF