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10-26-2007, 07:54 PM
just saw one of these for the first time two weeks ago, very cool.
I dont know a thing about them. Are they strong enough, or as strong as a mule, ranger, or other atv. On one thread i saw someone saying something about a grade three truck. What Did they mean:confused:?
10-31-2007, 07:37 PM
Welcome to the forum. A place where you can have fun and learn at the same time.
A grade 3 probably refers to the auction grade of the truck although dealers use the terms to describe the truck.
In the year range 1991-1995 about the best trucks you will get are 3-3.5
From 1996-1999 range 3.5-4 is what is generally good.
From 2000 onwards there is 3.5-8.
The grading system is what is written on the auction sheets by the people that look over the trucks at the auction site before they post them online.
It gives people the chance to know what grade the truck is before purchasing or making a decision on bid price.
A run down is this. (This is to be taken as gererally, there are exceptions)
A grade 3 will be a good condition truck, with small dents, torn seats and a little bit of rust. There may be a mechanical fault or two.
3.5 will be a step up, maybe with less rust, no torn seat, fewer dents. May run better than the grade 3.
A grade 4 will be in very good condition mechanically and the interior will be clean etc. However because of it`s age or mileage is only given a 4 rating.
For trucks with an above 4 rating, this reflects the age, low mileage etc.
Hope this helps:D
11-01-2007, 06:21 PM
I like the 89 and previous 550 cc engines. My Suzuki Hi Carry has plenty of power for me and good to excellent ability over Flinthills grassland.
11-02-2007, 06:45 AM
Nice explaination, Youngauto. Thanks!
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