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Reviewer: lilblake3
From: jackson, Tennessee, United States
Email: jmc030667@aol.com
Date: 05/25/2007
Rider Height: 5' 4"
Rider Weight: 105
Miles/Hours: 389 miles
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2003 Yamaha Big Bear 400 4X4

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-- One Bad Big Bear! --
I love my Big Bear 400 4x4! It will go through anything you want it to! The push button 4x4 is the best thing ever! It climbs anything! It has a lot of torque in all the gears! Overall I love it!!!
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2000 lb. Warn Winch. (thinking about adding 26inch Gators)
One Bad Big Bear!

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