Both great machines, I don't think you could go wrong with either. Myself if it was a working quad I was looking for a Sportsman would be my first choice. With it's added weight it will get a little more done a little faster with big loads or chores. The Grizz is a good quad too, that new power steering they got is cool for sure. If you are looking for more work you might want to check out the new Sportsman X2's, they have a small dump bed on that will convert over to a second seat for 2up riding, and they have a turf mode in the rear diff that will unlock it to make it easier on grass when turning tight corners.Rebeldill said:Grizzly or Sportsman, i need some help on picking out a good work/offroading quad which one do you guys prefer or think is more reliable?:shrug:
What kind of CC quad are you looking at?Rebeldill said:yea rite now i have a yamaha blaster and i like it but i want sommin i can go muddin with not just trail ride'n
a little off subject here but, i have owned many, to many polarises actually and my dads scramble sometimes does that it and it was from a bad cv joint. put a new one in, like 50 bucks from dennis kirk i think and its fine now, might also want to check the brakes.RSieck said:Oh BTW, ours has been sitting in the corner of our shed now for about a year, because they want like $2500 to fix it, it pulls to the right really hard. They said it was a broken axle, and they fixed it for $600, but as soon as we unloaded it, my brother took it up the road and almost rolled it because of how hard it pulled....
Next one I'm getting will be a Rhino, no more Polaris junk
Kenny hate to do this to ya, but I WOULDNT TOUCH a polaris....... if a polaris is working its about to break......... i own two yamaha's. i love them..... I have 03 Kodiak 400 4x4 and the 07 Big Bear 400 4x4 IRSKT Performance said:I don't have much hands on with Yamaha but we have three Polaris 4-wheelers and love them.