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post #1 of (permalink) Old 01-21-2002, 06:29 AM
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Breaking into ATV's. Got excited when we thought we saw a rumble seat in a pic of a Honda Pilot. Since we have small kids, having a back seat really appeals to us. Is there anything similar w/o having to go to the size of a dune buggy which will facilitate more than one person? If not, which non-street ATV would be best for carrying a passenger?

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How many kids ya got?I would say a Honda Four-trax 400,or a Polaris Magnum 325.It all depends on if you want speed or power,or both you could go with the Polaris Sportsman 700twin.But I am sure that is like out of mind cause they cost like 6,000 to 9,000 dollars

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How many kids ya got?I would say a Honda Four-trax 400,or a Polaris Magnum 325.It all depends on if you want speed or power,or both you could go with the Polaris Sportsman 700twin.But I am sure that is like out of mind cause they cost like 6,000 to 9,000 dollars

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2 girls, 4 & 6. Not really interested in speed, got that out of my system years ago. My primary focus is to provide an alternative to television for them. We just bought 12 acres of land w/ very interesting topography. Big steep hills, creek & lots of never developed land (with exception of the graveyard at the top).

How do most families break in? We bought a 90cc 4 wheeler only to find that it's too much for our little ones. Now we are not sure what step to take next. SUGGESTIONS?

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Yes,there are 50cc four-wheeler.The best choice to go with is the Polaris Scrambler 50cc.It is not slow so it will keep up with yours a little.its quiete.I had one when I was young.its about $1799.99.

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if your going for hill climbs and mud puddles then I would go with the Yamaha Grizzly 660, its gat lots of power to get you up the hills and its got a big seat so uyou can put both kids on it and ride it with them and with a automatic trans your wife can ride even if she has no experiance, I have a quad for every one in the family but my mother in law, so the next toy is ( and I have all the parts ) a twin cylinder 440cc fan cooled golf cart [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/cool.gif[/img]

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Go down to your local John Deer dealer and check out the Gators. They come in several different configurations for passengers and cargo. The will go just about anywhere a standard 4x4 ATV will.


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Re: Back Seat

for something for a good price would have to be a honda forman s or es 450 those bikes are as tough as nails it has good power for a good price and if taking care of will last forever.
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