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post #1 of (permalink) Old 03-22-2004, 10:30 PM
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future service help

I'm new to this site and to youth quads. My son is seven and wanted to ride a quad. I reconditioned an old TRX125 for him. I had it governed all the way down and did not teach him to shift. He rode pretty good but I still felt this quad was to big for him to handle. It is very wide and controls are set up for young adult. I am now going to do what I should have done then and purchase a new youth quad.I have read alot of comments on this sight and most lean towards the Kasea. I have a lawn mower dealer that sells Kasea's within three miles of the house. I also have Extreme and Polaris dealers resonably close. My concern is I was not overly impressed with the kasea dealers attitude. I looked on the internet and there are only 4 Kasea dealers in NJ. I am concerned if there is a warranty or parts issue. There are about 15 or 20 Polaris dealers in NJ. Also whats the long term outlook for Kasea if I pass the bike to my younger kids. I would appreciate any insight into these concerns.
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