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    Re: Sell me on your brand.

    Trying to. I am pretty much computer illiterate, just downloaded tapatalk, and trying to figure that out.



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    Re: Sell me on your brand.

    Oh, maybe I got it figured. Pain in the ass new technology crap. Whatever happened to the good old chisel & rock? Anyhow, if this works here they are. The Blue one is the better half's. I'm calling it the Blue Beast. The White one is mine, and the only name I came up with for it is sure to offend. Don't think White Power is going to go over too well for some reason...
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    Re: Sell me on your brand.

    Very nice.
    How about Albino Grizzly, or white lightning, iceman?
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    Re: Sell me on your brand.

    Those are definitely a lot more P.C. than what I came up with lol. White lightning is having a nice ring to it.

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    Re: Sell me on your brand.

    Slow Snow.....Sell me on your brand.
    Pain or damage don't end the world. Or despair, or f*cking beatings. The world ends when you're dead. Until then, you got more punishment in store. Stand it like a man... and give some back.

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    Re: Sell me on your brand.

    It's probably racist to sit on a black seat nowadays

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    Re: Sell me on your brand.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ronaha View Post
    It's probably racist to sit on a black seat nowadays
    Or dream of a white Christmas.

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    Re: Sell me on your brand.

    Nice makes me wish I had waited a couple more years before I bought mine.Yamaha has made a great machine even better



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    Re: Sell me on your brand.

    Quote Originally Posted by Quattroman View Post
    Yep, stick with what you know. We've had a few grizz/zuki's growing up and have over 5k km on my kingquad i bought new in 2012. only issues have been my own doing(stick thru rad, torn CV boot, etc). The kid has a smaller griz and its been put thru the wringer with not a single issue either. Yes they are under powered compared to the canam/polaris counterparts. But for what i/we use the machines for(hunting, acreage maintenance, trail/logging road trips) they work flawlessly.

    Would i get another zuki or grizz?? hands down no question for the budget and needs we currently have. (A grizz/suzuki is abit cheaper than the polaris/canam equivalent). But if the budget allowed i would contemplate a 1000cc 2-up just for the extra power and rack/cargo/person capability.
    I own 2 king quad and they are very reliable. I know many guys that have Yamahas and they too are bullet proof.. Stay with what works

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