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    I heard that Sportsmans are junk but dont know. What would you suggest. Are Grizzly's anyy good. Thx!!

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    i would go with the grizzly if i was you much better ,more reliable quad
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    Grizzlys are.good I have a sportsman 500 and love it thing is a beast but I think you would be happy either way

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    I owned both. Yamaha is work horse. Polaris better trail ride. Workhorse yamaha. Fun riding polaris.

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    i have 2 grizzlies and alot of my friends have polaris. My grizzlies are way more nimble then the polaris. They handle alot better. I think if you want to use it for more then just a utility quad and actually play with it in the trails go with the yamaha.
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    I do agree the steering is very heavy but I have had to pull my buddy out of a few spots I pushed rite through he has the smaller grizzly I think it's a 450

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    My grizzlies are 660's and we use them not only for play but for farm work. Seriously heavy trailer loads of horse crap pulled around in the mud plus chain dragging the pasture. We also take them out to play hard and even jump them. The newer 700 fuel injected version is even snappier. On the trails it handles like a sport quad.
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    Blew the rear suspension out on my sportman 3 times already. The staitor has gone bad and battery will not charge. The all wheel drive doesnt seem to be great for getting through mud. I will not buy a sportman again.

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