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huntingislife

Finally made the move to the Dark Side...

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Well I broke down and made the move to Can-Am. A 400 XT for the wife and an 800 XT for me. The first ride was this weekend and I was very impressed. These things are awesome!!!

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Wow Matt, looks like someone won the lottery. Congrats on the new machines.

Better yet, congrats on having a significant other who enjoys riding as well. wink

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Better yet, congrats on having a significant other who enjoys riding as well. wink

well said! grin

Nice looking rides...what did you have before hand...and where did you go riding?

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I had a Brute Force 750 and she had a Sportsman 600. The 800 is better than the Brute in about every category. We put quite a few miles on at Nemadji this weekend.

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Very nice! Is she happy with the 400 after having a 600?

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Very nice! Is she happy with the 400 after having a 600?

The 400 is faster than her 600. Plus its a little smaller overall so it works out great.

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Well you got yourself what many consider to be the cadillac of atvs . Congrats and enjoy but becareful of the thumb because situations come up Quick if you don't . grin

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