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Þorkell

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Livestock Farmer
Finally something to replace the bloody suzuki
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Þorkell

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Livestock Farmer
What brand is it?
I couldn't even tell ya exactly all it says is RM800. Built in Russia but some of the parts come from somewhere else. Looks well built, also has a fair bit of grease nipples everywhere. Much cheaper than the main brands so father decided to try one after driving it round the dealers yard.
Serious looking machine.
Was your Suzuki troublesome?
Wouldn't say so, only the frame used to break a lot. The replacement frame hasn't broken as far as I know. Main problem with it is the spine breaking ride. When it lost reverse and neutral that was it for the poor Suzuki and it got replaced. Might try and fix it sometime though, just to have a 2nd quad.
 

Extreme Optimist

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Livestock Farmer
I couldn't even tell ya exactly all it says is RM800. Built in Russia but some of the parts come from somewhere else. Looks well built, also has a fair bit of grease nipples everywhere. Much cheaper than the main brands so father decided to try one after driving it round the dealers yard.

Wouldn't say so, only the frame used to break a lot. The replacement frame hasn't broken as far as I know. Main problem with it is the spine breaking ride. When it lost reverse and neutral that was it for the poor Suzuki and it got replaced. Might try and fix it sometime though, just to have a 2nd quad.
This it? http://go-rm.eu/
 

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