Posted by Notjustair on September 08, 2012 at 14:56:21 from (184.108.40.206):
In Reply to: 4 wheeler posted by jwhill on September 08, 2012 at 11:54:45:
I've got a Polaris 325 Magnum. Hate that thing with a passion. It is still like new and is strong as a ox, but you better only want to use it in warm weather. I've tried everything to get it to start and idle in colder weather and it just won't do it.
The thing also runs hotter than blue blazes. I'm scared to run it in the pasture if the grass is too tall. It has never gotten hot enough for the temp sensor to go off, but I bet you would have burns on your right leg from the knee down if it did.
Oil changes aren't cheap - they have synthetic oil and a filter that comes in a set from the dealer.
Did I mention the brakes? The rear pads always seem to drag no matter what (since new) and that causes it to eat rears.
There isn't a Honda for sale anywhere near? I'd get that Polaris if it was $10 and they threw in some chaps and an oil change.
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