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post #1 of 13 Old 06-09-2008, 09:50 AM Thread Starter
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Kazuma 500cc 4x4

Anyone seen or have one of these? I'm looking for a cheap ATV for occasional hunting/ranch use, and found one of these for $2k almost new. From what I've read, it's the same motor that polaris uses.

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have you checked out one of those Japanese mini trucks. My dad bought one for the farm about a week ago. Its way better that a 4 wheeler, especially for use around a ranch

EDIT: this one is similar to the one we bought. except ours has mud tires and a dump bed
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I should Also add that I like to drive across the lake now and then.

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I should Also add that I like to drive across the lake now and then.
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I used to have a 6x6 at my family's ranch. It was a blast for a while, but nothing was really challenging driving it. I'm looking to get two 4 wheelers which is why I'm checking into the cheapies. I need one for me and my wife, and big enough to haul one kid a piece.

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have you checked out one of those Japanese mini trucks. My dad bought one for the farm about a week ago. Its way better that a 4 wheeler, especially for use around a ranch

EDIT: this one is similar to the one we bought. except ours has mud tires and a dump bed
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here's a couple I'm looking at right now.....
2 Four Wheelers For Sale

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He paid 3500 for one of them

As soon as I save a bit of money im going to buy one
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I have always been a bit leary of buying a used 4 wheeler from someone I dont know. Its nice to know how they were used. My 4 wheeler spent most of its life in the river
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