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post #1 of (permalink) Old 03-24-2005, 11:26 PM
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Wolverine or Scrambler 500

I'm thinking about one of these two a Polaris Scrambler 500 HO
http://atv.polarisindustries.com/atv...8-9DF5937D73BC
or a Yamaha Wolverine 4x4
http://www.yamaha-motor.com/products...erine_4x4.aspx
I rode a 2005 polaris today It seemed to have enough power and handled well. I havent found a Yamaha dealer that has a wolverine in stock yet. But I did ride a 99 wolverine today. The guy wants 2500 for the 99 maybe I can get him down to 2000 cash for it. It has new top end and all the wheel/axle/swingarm bearings have been replaced on it. It even has a winch. They all have their good and bad points. Let me know what you think.
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 03-28-2005, 04:32 PM
 
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Re: Wolverine or Scrambler 500

Go with the Wolverine, especialy if you can get that one for $2000. They are awesome bikes, kinda a mix between race and utility. Also, Warn makes the 424 disconnect for that bike, so you could disengage the front wheels for better manuverablity.

I say go with the Yamaha, plus the new red/white ones look awesome
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Re: Wolverine or Scrambler 500

Defently go with the yanaha i own one i was extremely satisfied with it. i installed a 424 select it makes it all the better a pipe and carb intake kit didnt hurt either.
My buddy owns a scrambler he is replacing some part every week always burning belts and there top heavy but its up to you.
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Re: Wolverine or Scrambler 500

Yea the availablity of a 424 select for the Wolverine is deff a plus. And th winch bumpers, mounts and all are uncountable. Those bikes also have a lot of engine mods available. Get the Yamaha
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