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post #1 of 802 (permalink) Old 08-24-2005, 01:33 PM Thread Starter
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Needing to buy an ATV...any inside tips?

I'm looking between the Polaris 330 Magnum 4x4 and the Yamaha 350 Bruin 4x4 and maybe the 2wd in both. Are there prices negotiable like cars? Anyone work at a dealer that can hook me up?

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I do have a 2003 Kodiak 450 that I have been wanting to sell...if you are interested. You could probably get mine for a lot less than a new one of those other rides. However, if you are dead set on a new one, I might be able to throw out a few names. Let me know.
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I'd like to buy used but that usually requires cash as opposed to financing. Just for grins, how much are you asking?

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Check this out...here it is.

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Like the ad says, willing to negotiate a bit.
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Thanks for the link. Sounds like a good deal, too bad financing is my only option.

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Man my dad has a Suzuki Eiger 4x4 400 automatic and he loves his, ive yet to find a hill i havent been able to climb. I like it cause you dont have too work it drive it i can ride for Hrs and not have my arms wore out. He's had 0 maintanance problems in the last 2yrs on it. We also ride @ Red River and i havent even came close to getting that bad boy stuck.


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I just bought a 05 Polaris 400 4 x4 and I love it, i did a lot of research and got alot of opinions my self.. here is a good site/forum to look at http://forums.atvsource.com/

Oh and if you don't mind the drive I almost went, they are the cheapest around
http://www.polarisofchattanooga.com/ or local 4 wheels of Texas in Ft Worth
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Mind if I ask where you ended up getting yours and for how much? I'm leaning towards the Polaris as well since they're slightly cheaper than Yamaha.

I mapsco'd the place in TN but 12 hrs is a little too far. I'd spend the difference in gas. And I couldn't find the 4 wheel place online.

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You're the second person that said they're negotiable just like cars...unfortunately, I'm a little intimidated with this...Hell, it took me till my 4th purchase to learn how to "buy" a car...and even then I still learned some new things on the financing end for the next purchase.

Right now Polaris is having their 05 clearance, I can get an 05 330 4x4 after the rebate for 4,699.00. Not sure if there's any hidden fees. I'm going to check out the place in Arlington this weekend.

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I just bought a 05 Polaris 400 4 x4 and I love it, i did a lot of research and got alot of opinions my self.. here is a good site/forum to look at http://forums.atvsource.com/

Oh and if you don't mind the drive I almost went, they are the cheapest around
http://www.polarisofchattanooga.com/ or local 4 wheels of Texas in Ft Worth


My cousin has a polaris and well he's had nothing but problems with his and he looked it up and there was a site he went to, can't remember the name right now but anyways he got a lot of negative feed back on it so I'de have to say go with the YAMAHA...

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Let's make the Dublin trip an annual thing

Isn't it time to go again?

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Last year about 11 of us rode out to Dublin and toured the DP plant. It was a cool ride, and we had fun. I'd like to do it again.

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I can not believe it has almost been a year since you guys took that trip... time FLIES!
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soo when we going ? I needs me my dublin dp fix...
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Lets do it!!! I need to go on bike trip bad. Just need to get a new rear tire first

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Since nobody has posted up a date yet....how about Sept 17th?
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Yup, it's been almost a year I'm down for another trip and had a great time last year with everybody who went. Who's in?

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Since nobody has posted up a date yet....how about Sept 17th?
I'll be out for the next couple of weekends. Going down to the Gulf fishing this weekend and Fun Ford Weekend is the weekend of the 17-18. How about the 24'th?




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I'll be out for the next couple of weekends. Going down to the Gulf fishing this weekend and Fun Ford Weekend is the weekend of the 17-18. How about the 24'th?

If you go the weekend of the 24th, I'm in. We get back from NC on the 23rd.
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I'll be out for the next couple of weekends. Going down to the Gulf fishing this weekend and Fun Ford Weekend is the weekend of the 17-18. How about the 24'th?
Gotta go to a wedding that weekend....how about the next weekend 1 October?
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October 1 sounds like a winner. I wanna tag along this time. Too bad you have to buy the Dublin DP by the case, I need a bigger backpack

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October 1 sounds like a winner. I wanna tag along this time. Too bad you have to buy the Dublin DP by the case, I need a bigger backpack

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Last year about 11 of us rode out to Dublin and toured the DP plant. It was a cool ride, and we had fun. I'd like to do it again.
Actually we didn't tour the plant as they were closing as we got there (unless you went back some other time).

October 1 sounds good to me. Let me know what time you guys can start and maybe we do a modified route down there and maybe stop by my parents lake house in Whitney for a cold beer, late lunch, and rest stop.




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You guys wanna find a day that everyone can go though? Maybe even October 8

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You guys wanna find a day that everyone can go though? Maybe even October 8
I think it'll still be fine weather wise October 8 IMO. I agree, I'd like for everyone to be able to go.




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If my bikes put back together by then I might be up. I'm trying to figure out if I should run the exhaust like a buell and say I'm done with it, or rig up a one off undertail setup. I'm already glassing a one off undertail though, and room is tight with that big ass subframe, so I might be dumping it under the motor.
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If my bikes put back together by then I might be up. I'm trying to figure out if I should run the exhaust like a buell and say I'm done with it, or rig up a one off undertail setup. I'm already glassing a one off undertail though, and room is tight with that big ass subframe, so I might be dumping it under the motor.


My ass get very sore and hot very quickly! Undertail looks trick as hell. But dumping it under the motor would be the more sensible thing to do for the comfort level.

October 8th? I'm out on that day also. I have to work Ya'll just go whenever, and don't worry about me.
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My ass get very sore and hot very quickly! Undertail looks trick as hell. But dumping it under the motor would be the more sensible thing to do for the comfort level.

October 8th? I'm out on that day also. I have to work Ya'll just go whenever, and don't worry about me.
yea, tryin to build it to win a few shows, not really be comfortable or fast. and a SRADs gotta fat ass, so I dont want the exhaust makin the back end of the bike look even heavier.
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yeah i know, so does chicken express, but i need straight from the source y0 !

do we need a poll to figure out whens the best day to go ?
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yea, tryin to build it to win a few shows, not really be comfortable or fast. and a SRADs gotta fat ass, so I dont want the exhaust makin the back end of the bike look even heavier.

SRAD huh? I've always thought those would look really trick as hell with a custom undertail system. The tail is be enough for the exhaust cans to sit inside of it. Then have the exhaust come out under the bottom of the tail section towards the back, and cut it flush with the fiberglass. Making it pretty much invisable. Of course you would have to do some insulating, and maybe reinforce the fiberglass with something that is a little more heat resistant. But I think it would look trick as hell!
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My ass get very sore and hot very quickly! Undertail looks trick as hell. But dumping it under the motor would be the more sensible thing to do for the comfort level.

October 8th? I'm out on that day also. I have to work Ya'll just go whenever, and don't worry about me.
Nick, we don't care to hear about your ass being sore and hot

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Dammit take a Saturday off! You have plenty of time to notify work so just do it
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I'd just hate to take the day off, then it end up raining all day.
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how many miles round trip was it?
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I'd just hate to take the day off, then it end up raining all day.
I can understand that bro. Let me know if you change your mind, it's an awesome group ride and thanks to JC for bringing this back up.

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Oct 8 is great! (hey that rhymed) I need time to get some tires, I'm rolling on D208GPs right now.
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so is it a highway ride the entire time? cause riding down 35 isnt all that great? just curious. Id love to go though. that bbq looked awesome.
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Yeah, and what pace do you guys usually ride at? Lindsay want to come but she has a Ninja 250 and dont know how well it would fare.

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so is it a highway ride the entire time? cause riding down 35 isnt all that great? just curious. Id love to go though. that bbq looked awesome.
No, small country roads no major highways like 35. We also hit a little of the Hill Country which I enjoyed.

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Yeah, and what pace do you guys usually ride at? Lindsay want to come but she has a Ninja 250 and dont know how well it would fare.
I think she'll be fine. I'm sure there will be two groups like last time, I don't mind riding at the back of the group so she can ride with me. Is she comfortable riding any sort of long distance and in a group?

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No, small country roads no major highways like 35. We also hit a little of the Hill Country which I enjoyed.



I think she'll be fine. I'm sure there will be two groups like last time, I don't mind riding at the back of the group so she can ride with me. Is she comfortable riding any sort of long distance and in a group?

Any using a Chatterbox or thinking about getting one? I'd like to buy one but would be nice to have someone to talk to
Sweet, im in. Keep us updated, im going to go make a request off from work right now.
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She just started so we'll see. Im sure the bike can make it, and I hope she can too. Damn the seat on that bike is comfortable

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Yeah, and what pace do you guys usually ride at? Lindsay want to come but she has a Ninja 250 and dont know how well it would fare.

i think shed do alright, There is only acouple times where we opened up alittle. Plus there was a chase truck.

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