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Thread: Yam Venture Lite vs SD Tundra LT vs AC Bear Cat 570

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    Default Yam Venture Lite vs SD Tundra LT vs AC Bear Cat 570

    I'm considering selling my Mtn sled to buy something that's more comfortable for long trail rides, to use for pulling an ice fishing sled, and/or spring bear hunting. I still want something that is capable of riding through deep powder if need be, however.

    Between the Yamaha Venture Lite, Ski Doo Tundra 550 LT, and Arctic Cat Bear Cat 570 , which one is:

    1. Most comfortable on rough, bumpy trails
    2. Most reliable - long term (let's say the 4 stroke Yami has a block heater)
    3. Most capable of riding through deep powder if need be
    4. Best overall quality/ best machine for what I intend on using it for (trails, ice fishing, predator/ bear hunting, breaking trails/ deep powder)

    My budget is ~$7500

    Thanks a lot for your help.

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    Default Here you go

    http://anchorage.craigslist.org/rvs/1036568499.html

    I had the V-lite and do not recommend it at all. Too heavy! Not good in the powder and a severe ice build up problem. The SD Tundra 550 LT is the way to go IMHP.

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