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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 06-29-2010, 04:28 PM Thread Starter
 
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To buy or not

Boy am I ever conflicted. I have been working with one of our vendors to buy a revolt, then my wife said no buy an Xl, then she said no buy a revolt. So Ive called the guy more than a dozen times and asked him to bring in a new product.

Now for my dilemma.

The new polaris models will be release at the end of July, Id like to wait and see what they have to offer before making my decision but I feel kind of eager to buy the Redline. I have no need to rush, no trips planned as of now.

What to do?
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Re: To buy or not

Do your research, define the type of riding you like best. Whether it's dunes, rocky trails, etc. Then look for the machine the fits that best.

Also keep in mind, will you need to upgrade the machine, to get it to fit your needs.
Price these upgrades and factor them in to the overall price.

ie:
A good price on a RZR of $12K is'nt so good, if you have to add a $2k long travel kit.



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Re: To buy or not

Here is my 2 cents, not that it matters. My quad is a Suzuki ltr. Die hard Suzuki owner. To compare quality of quads as a perspective. Can-am makes a 450 model and I have ridin it all day and hard. Can am is light and as fast, if not faster than the stock ltr. It was GREAT on the trails. Super light and nimble, a lot of aluminum. I would assume they will do the same with the UTV. Downside to the Can-am quad, if you hit anything with the aluminum a-arms, replace it. If you jump a lot and hard or come off of it and roll it, expensive frame, and arms to replace. The Can-am quad rattled A LOT. Felt cheap to me. The Suzuki ltr, steel frame, steel a-arms, wider, and super solid. I have hit stumps and huge rocks with the frame and a-arms, Never bent anything. My brother has come of of his twice at a decent speed and barrel role it never bent anything, no axle, a-arm, bars, or frame. It does depend on what kind of riding you do, but I would look at construction materials and design close on the Can-am before I would buy one. Definately test drive one first. As for my Revolt, it is mine and I love it. Going to have to buy a RZR or Can-am for the wife so I can spend more time in MY seat and not on the ltr. Good luck in you pusuit.



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