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One thing to consider with a quad is whitefinger if your doing the hours .Mate of mind in a lot of pain nights through fighting with the bloody steering day in day out .I would have a kobota type carryall with a steering wheel any day and quieter .

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One thing to consider with a quad is whitefinger if your doing the hours .Mate of mind in a lot of pain nights through fighting with the bloody steering day in day out .I would have a kobota type carryall with a steering wheel any day and quieter .

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power steering common these days and good suspension, it really isn't an issue. I would also suspect over inflated tires for white finger to be an issue.

 

 

Your shitty thing broken down yet wilf?

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I have two yamaha 550 grizzly one on a 12 plate and one on a 14plate, plenty of grunt when pulling, plenty of go on the road and a big thing is apart from servicing I haven't spent a penny on either and they are worked 6/7 days a week. One thing I do have is oversized tyres, makes a massive difference when working on bank sides. I used to be a Honda man through and through but the last two were shite. Can't fault the grizzly 550.

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