Foreman or Grizzly

Ripface

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Wow, alot of Honda-mania. I think my opinion may have swayed back to the Honda, even though it costs a few more clams. The guy in Homer offers a good deal if you pay cash, although the guys in Soldotna say they are the cheapest in the state. You gotta love salesmen.
 

Jim in Delta

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Another choice

Another choice

Call Tannana Adventure sports in Delta. They have a very low overhead and will probably beat anyone in the state. 895-2006
 

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Ride em all and buy the one you like best. In the old days the Hondas clearly had a corner on the market with about the only solid reliable quad. Nowadays lots of manufacturers make great quads. We the consumers win. Enjoy your new quad, whatever one you buy!
 

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BOTTOM LINE: Depends on your needs.

BOTTOM LINE: Depends on your needs.

I'll had both of these machines, Ripface. Actually I've had two grizz 660's and two of the Foreman series.
I just bought my second Grizzly Saturday--another 660--an '05.
One long, nasty muck-filled tundra and muskeg ride and you'll see why guys break free of the Honda Foreman series. Maybe you have "buns of steel" but some of us don't.

As I said, I had a Foreman 400 and then a Foreman 450 ES, Awesome workhorses! But hard on the "equipment". Ride 100 miles in rough country and then make your decision. (I read: PAIN...butt, plumbing etc.). They arent made for sport riding at all, imo.
Either way, ultimately they are both great. Both have great resale. I sold my '03 grizzly 660 last month for $6K firm. I had bought it new.
Be sure to change that air and oil filter often for long life....
Frank
 

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