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    • iv'e never really been brand loyal to nothing, i just like the comfort of riding my style and reliability. and best bang for the buck.
    •    Sorry I shouldn't laugh... there is with a number of people a distinct brand loyalty with everyone believing the brand they ride is best. What you can hope for and realistically get is what in particular they like about their sleds.   Personally regardless of brand I would suggest 4 stoke. I have had both 2 and 4 and will never go back to the 2 stroke. Just one of the aspects is the long term durability of the 4 stroke. Then there is the lack of smell when compared to a 2. I never really noticed the smell when riding a 2 stroke but once on a 4 stroke sure noticed the difference when following a 2 stroke down the trail. Pros and cons to each brand and model while a lot of preferences are relative to your riding style as well.  
    • Sounds familiar. When you get it narrowed down, you can let us help you decide on the various engine choices.
    • i'm thinking of buying new, but still undecided on brand
    • Welcome to the forum, lots of wisdom on sledding on here.
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