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2002 Prairie 300 4X4
Reviewer: Tim
From: St Edward, Nebraska, United States
Date: 03/04/2012
Rider Height: 6' 2"
Rider Weight: 180
Miles/Hours: 1500 hours
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Specs: Mid-Ohio Suzuki, Honda, Yamaha, Kawasaki Specs
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Needless to say I have been thrilled with our Prairie, so thrilled that I bought the wife one the next year. This story began in 2001 but continues today (2012). That's right people, I have owned the same Prairie since 2001! I reluctantly traded the 4x4 Kaw last year but I will be trading our 2011 KQ 400 next year. Back to Kaw I will go becaue this King Quad rides like a lumber wagon!

Upgrades/Accessories:  Cycle Country 50" snow blade.

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