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Old 10-14-2019, 09:50 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Old 10-20-2019, 08:06 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I wrote this machine off when I first heard about it, but after looking at it more I really like it. Coming from a Yamaha, it's nice to see Kawasaki keep the simple 4wd system, and not put in some "intelligent" system.
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I wrote this machine off when I first heard about it, but after looking at it more I really like it. Coming from a Yamaha, it's nice to see Kawasaki keep the simple 4wd system, and not put in some "intelligent" system.


Same boy here...I have and love my tetx4, itís built like a brick shit house compared to the other brands Iíve had or looked at.. but the KRX had me disenchanted at first for the low power(compared to its competition and similarly priced matches), 68Ē+ width limits use up here in the northeast, coupled with the pricing made it lacks luster but the more I look at it and read user reviews about the machine the more I can see one in my future!


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Same boy here...I have and love my tetx4, itís built like a brick shit house compared to the other brands Iíve had or looked at.. but the KRX had me disenchanted at first for the low power(compared to its competition and similarly priced matches), 68Ē+ width limits use up here in the northeast, coupled with the pricing made it lacks luster but the more I look at it and read user reviews about the machine the more I can see one in my future!


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I bought my Wolverine X4 over the Teryx4 simply for CC's. I love my Yamaha, and really like the YXZ, but this is a sweet sports machine.

We rode the Outlaws last time in WV and that extra width would be nice for the off camber stuff.

I really want to get up to Maine to ride. Is there a lot in NH?
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I bought my Wolverine X4 over the Teryx4 simply for CC's. I love my Yamaha, and really like the YXZ, but this is a sweet sports machine.



We rode the Outlaws last time in WV and that extra width would be nice for the off camber stuff.



I really want to get up to Maine to ride. Is there a lot in NH?


Yes and no...around me itís a lot of short trails, you can ride a lot but thereís a bit of bouncing around for it-if that makes sense...but a lot of town are utv friendly so street riding from a to b hasnít been an issue for me.... up north thereís a lot of riding, Iíve only been up a couple of time but recently Iíve finally gained some riding friends who will venture out of their back yards (like most around here)
Next year I intend to venture over to rocky terrain park out in west bumfuck Maine but it looks like a good time


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Yes and no...around me itís a lot of short trails, you can ride a lot but thereís a bit of bouncing around for it-if that makes sense...but a lot of town are utv friendly so street riding from a to b hasnít been an issue for me.... up north thereís a lot of riding, Iíve only been up a couple of time but recently Iíve finally gained some riding friends who will venture out of their back yards (like most around here)
Next year I intend to venture over to rocky terrain park out in west bumfuck Maine but it looks like a good time


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WV is a great ride as well. We were going to hit up Maine and Michigan this year, but that's getting pushed back.
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