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Old 02-18-2012, 01:40 PM   #1
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2008 Honda Foreman info?

Ok Im about to pull the trigger on an all stock 2008 foreman with manual foot shift and optional Electric Power Steering... it has 488 miles and 73 hours on it. This seem pretty low to me and was owned by the original owner who used it on his hunting lease... It not setup for mud. It looks real clean. anyways, is 4000.00 a decent deal for this quad? Its carbureted, but pretty clean. i really want something can beat on and work hard without it breaking down all the time.
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I have one of the newer rancher at. So far the only problem has been the netural safety switch, the connection needed to be redone. Has been ran on the deer camp (southeast texas) and out in west texas for bird hunts.
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Ive been looking at the rancher too... I am having a hard time deciding between the two... which one is more stout and simple mechanically? The Rancher would be fuel injected and water cooled correct?
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Old 02-20-2012, 01:27 PM   #4
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hrm well I pulled the trigger... Is there any good "upgrades" or things I need to look out for on this atv?
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