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    Bumping.

    Been on the lookout for a new atv. Don't need anything too big. Models I'm looking at are mid-size, somewhere around 600cc. 4x4 for trail riding as that is what it will be mostly used for. Currently doing research but leaning towards a Grizzly EPS SE or Outlander XT 570. Both come with factory installed winches... Also a must.

    Anyone have any other recommendations?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SkiBum5.0 View Post
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    Sub’d. Our 2002 Magnum 500 snow plow is ready for a replacement.
    I'm leaning towards the Grizzly. Seems solid from the research I've done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 16hypen3sp View Post
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    I'm leaning towards the Grizzly. Seems solid from the research I've done.
    I’m looking at the can am outlander 850. I need jam.

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    Can I assume the statement from the boat world carries over - no one ever complains about too much motor

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    Quote Originally Posted by 16hypen3sp View Post
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    Bumping.

    Been on the lookout for a new atv. Don't need anything too big. Models I'm looking at are mid-size, somewhere around 600cc. 4x4 for trail riding as that is what it will be mostly used for. Currently doing research but leaning towards a Grizzly EPS SE or Outlander XT 570. Both come with factory installed winches... Also a must.

    Anyone have any other recommendations?
    Have you looked into the Rubicon? Parents have a pair of them for the farm and they have been indestructible. Prior to that we had some Foreman models, same result, never once quit on us. If it were my money I'd go Honda or Yamaha, both have EPS. Personally have not owned the Can-am, but I've seen plenty broken on the trails, although they were the 1000cc variant, and I'm told they have too much power from factory for the driveline.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skrilla View Post
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    Have you looked into the Rubicon? Parents have a pair of them for the farm and they have been indestructible. Prior to that we had some Foreman models, same result, never once quit on us. If it were my money I'd go Honda or Yamaha, both have EPS. Personally have not owned the Can-am, but I've seen plenty broken on the trails, although they were the 1000cc variant, and I'm told they have too much power from factory for the driveline.
    Yes I have. I'm a Honda fanboy. I took a look into the Rubi but found a thread on the ATV forums with some guys who are having problems with the gearbox. This is on the 2020/21 models. They have been fighting with Honda Canada for a fix since buying them. Think I read somewhere about someone wanting a class action or something. Also complaints of being underpowered. Not saying I'd have problems if I got one but my research shows the Grizz as still being the tried and true winner. Brother has a Can-Am and hasn't had problems tho.

    Best thing I ever saw from a Grizz was out west last year. Was out with a group and the owner of a Grizzly rolled it two times in one day. We flipped it back over and she fired right up every time and we carried on. He rides that thing super hard.

    Biggest thing is inventory right now. Can-Am seems available but the Grizzly SE seems rare.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 16hypen3sp View Post
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    Yes I have. I'm a Honda fanboy. I took a look into the Rubi but found a thread on the ATV forums with some guys who are having problems with the gearbox. This is on the 2020/21 models. They have been fighting with Honda Canada for a fix since buying them. Think I read somewhere about someone wanting a class action or something. Also complaints of being underpowered. Not saying I'd have problems if I got one but my research shows the Grizz as still being the tried and true winner. Brother has a Can-Am and hasn't had problems tho.

    Best thing I ever saw from a Grizz was out west last year. Was out with a group and the owner of a Grizzly rolled it two times in one day. We flipped it back over and she fired right up every time and we carried on. He rides that thing super hard.

    Biggest thing is inventory right now. Can-Am seems available but the Grizzly SE seems rare.
    Oh shit, can't say I heard that but good to know. Haven't rode the new Grizzly but I bought a 2000MY one when they came out originally, thing was tough as nails. I love the look of the Can-Am the best by far, just seen a few issues but again that was only the 1000cc models, snapping axle's, tie rods etc. Looks like Argyll has some Grizz models advertised, not sure what is left.

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    I had a Honda Rincon 2015 that I absolutely loved. It's sad to hear the hondas having issues. If they had a bigger CC machine i'd go honda. I'll probably buy the can am in mid summer once I figure out my shit.

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    Can you give me some advice on what brand of ATV Mud tires and wheels should I get for my 2016 Honda Rancher?
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