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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 05-21-2011, 07:57 PM Thread Starter
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List Of Quad Weights

I thought I would put a list of quad weights together, in case anyone is interested. Dry weight is the weight of the quad without any fuel, oil, or other fluids. Curb weight is the weight of the quad including all the fluids. The utility quads are listed first and the sport quads are listed at the bottom.

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Nice! Always wonder about other quad weight. It's nice to have them in a list like that. Great job helmut

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thats interesting info. i didnt know the ranchers could get over 600 lbs

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thats interesting info. i didnt know the ranchers could get over 600 lbs
Yeah, the auto models are.

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this surprises me my rincon only weighs 50 lbs less then my polaris
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great list...thanks!

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great list...thanks!
You're welcome.

Most 4-wheeler problems are caused by a loose nut connecting the handlebars and the seat!!

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Great list but I thought my 300 weighed more put thats good to know. I would like to get the same list with horsepower though. Anybody know where I could find that?




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Also what is the difference in recon tm and te?




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12" SS 312 ITP alum wheelsCustom snorkel
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05 fourman 500
28" outlaws
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