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6/21/2017 8:25:40 PM
Posted: 8/2/2001 9:49:56 PM EDT
4x4 atv? seems the wheelbase is short enough you should be able to shake or rock yourself loose from about anything except deep mud and snow. ALSO has anyone ever heard of a Yamaha Moto 4 350cc ATV? im looking at one and want to know if it has the same engine as the Warrior and Wolverine. It seems that it was the predecesor to the Wolverine only it was 2x4. any comments on this? thanks
Link Posted: 8/2/2001 10:19:18 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 8/2/2001 10:15:38 PM EDT by 1GUNRUNNER]
A bunch of my friends have bought 4wd in the last year and say it is a must. i have gone everywhere i thought i needed to go on a 2wd. They maybe are trying to justify the $$$$
Link Posted: 8/2/2001 10:25:52 PM EDT
yah, the only place 4wd isnt worlds better is on pavment, the handling is dittrent tehn, you just gotta be used to it. and in snow, their is no compairison
Link Posted: 8/2/2001 10:35:54 PM EDT
The average 400cc class ATV Weighs about 600 lbs. with a tire pressure of about 3-4 psi. You can't even hardly push one into the garage on the driveway. If you drive in mud, snow, brush, ravines, cross creeks, rivers, hills, etc. you will find that a 4x4 will go places that a 2wd model will not. Just like in trucks, 4wd is always better than 2wd whenever the going gets tough. An often overlooked fact is that 4wd without a locking differential isn't much better than 2wd and not all 4wd ATVs have locking locking diffs. It all depends on what you are going to be driving in. Fields, trails and pastures are fine for 2wd models and they do steer much easier than 4x4's. [size=6]B[/size=6]
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