Mainly a workhorse, with the ability to tow a 5x8 trailer loaded with 500-1000lbs. 4wd (aren't most of the 4x4 models selectable?). I think I would prefer a shiftable auto.BDA116 said:Depends on what you want. Automatic, manual, shiftable auto? 2WD, 4WD, selectable?
Mainly for all around riding, trail riding, workhorse?
Well I think the story he gave Yamaha was that he was towing building materials but truth be known I'm pretty sure he was pissed drunk having a tug o' war with his buddy's ATV. Twice. :evilaugh:Pete said:How did he snap them?
Either way, that's not good news considering how I plan to treat this one. :crap:phobiaphobe said:Well I think the story he gave Yamaha was that he was towing building materials but truth be known I'm pretty sure he was pissed drunk having a tug o' war with his buddy's ATV. Twice. :evilaugh:
I'm just now finding that out!BDA116 said:There are a TON of choices in the ATV world.
Thanks phobe. :thumb:phobiaphobe said:Personally I like this one:
or the 2-up version:
They're fuel injected and can tow 1300 lbs.
But I would take any Honda as well. Up here in the oilpatch it's Honda country. The Foremans and Rubicons seem to be very common. My uncle just bought a Foreman.
Probably not the best choice of words for "Pete", as he'll test that theory.phobiaphobe said:Yes and yes. From all reports I've heard they are bulletproof.