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Posted by Water_Gremlin on Mar 14 2006
I have an 05 750 Brute Force with 1600 miles on her. They are basically the same machine with a smaller engine and some other minor adjustments.

For the average rider with plenty of atving experience I would say its a good choice. I would not recommend this atv for a novice. It has gobs of power and its incredibly fun to ride. There are a few problems with that machine that needs to be addressed.

Electrical problems. There are two bus bars on the wiring harness that will corode very easily causing electrical havoc. The dealers will deny it and blame the problems on abuse. Been there done that.

If you plan on turning large mud tires you will most likely have belt problems. A clutch kit will help prevent those problems and it will regain lost power when turning larger tires.

I could go on an on all day. I would recommend searching some forums dedicated to atv use. ;  Theres TONS of information on these sites.

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