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    What ATV do you recommend, for just hunting. Polaris or Honda, but stuck on different models and if I need all the extras.

    I wont be using it for shoveling snow or any other work.

    plan is to use just for reaching further on crownland, cutting some walking, and of course just riding for fun once in a while.
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    I'm a Yamaha Kodiak guy...but they're like trucks....everyone likes what they drive. ..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ata83 View Post
    What ATV do you recommend, for just hunting. Polaris or Honda, but stuck on different models and if I need all the extras.

    I wont be using it for shoveling snow or any other work.

    plan is to use just for reaching further on crownland, cutting some walking, and of course just riding for fun once in a while.
    A Honda TRX420 Rancher is a bare bones ATV that'll do everything you need it for. Add a winch and you're laughin'.

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    Yamaha Kodiak or Honda Rancher
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    Wouldn't touch a Polaris even if it came with a mechanic following me around.

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    Don't know how much hunting you will be doing but I would save the money and go with a cfmoto. Decent machines and a warranty that can't be beat.

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    I've got a 1999 Honda Foreman. Other than routine maintenance, oil, filter, gas line filter and regular cleaning of air filter I haven't had to put a wrench to it in all these years of use... The only thing I've done to it is change the rear shocks to a heavier set because of the added weight, dogs and gear the second year I had the vehicle. Owned it since new...
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    Just picked up a used 2013 Honda Rancher and so far like it. A little smaller than i expected but 420 cc , 450 lb capacity and about 850 towing capacity. And fits in the back of my 6’6” Ram box but tailgate has to be down.

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    Thanks everyone for the input. Polaris has higher ground clearance. Which i thought might be useful in winter ?
    How about the bass pro stuff ? Tracker atvs. They seem much cheaper but i guess not as reliable as others mentioned ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by huntervinni View Post
    Don't know how much hunting you will be doing but I would save the money and go with a cfmoto. Decent machines and a warranty that can't be beat.
    Just checked them out. Interesting and cheaper than honda it seems from first glance.

    https://maxximmotorsports.com/All-In...rrie-Oakville/
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