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#5376093 - 10/23/14 03:37 PM 2014-2015 honda foreman
KH12 Offline
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Registered: 06/24/08
Posts: 40
Does anybody have one of have these and can give me some feedback on what they like and dislike. Interested in getting a atv just want to hear some feedback on the newer model. I have a polaris ranger. So dont need the utv comments. Thanks

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#5376113 - 10/23/14 03:51 PM Re: 2014-2015 honda foreman [Re: KH12]
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I would go with Yamaha or Kawasaki. Honda I believe is still SRA and drum brakes in the rear. Much nicer to have both of those.

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#5376328 - 10/23/14 05:50 PM Re: 2014-2015 honda foreman [Re: KH12]
fireant Offline
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Registered: 09/24/05
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check out the 2015 honda foreman rubicon they have changed them a lot and getting good reviews


Edited by fireant (10/23/14 05:50 PM)

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#5376330 - 10/23/14 05:52 PM Re: 2014-2015 honda foreman [Re: KH12]
KH12 Offline
Light Foot

Registered: 06/24/08
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Yep was looking at that also. Was hoping somebody already bought the newer style and could give some feedback.

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#5462654 - 12/07/14 11:30 AM Re: 2014-2015 honda foreman [Re: KH12]
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Honda..you cant kill em..

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#5463196 - 12/07/14 03:46 PM Re: 2014-2015 honda foreman [Re: huntingag01]
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Originally Posted By: huntingag01
I would go with Yamaha or Kawasaki. Honda I believe is still SRA and drum brakes in the rear. Much nicer to have both of those.


If you are using your brakes enough for that to matter than you are doing it wrong. I have been riding ATV's all my life and once you learn your machine and how to use your gears the need for brakes should be a non-factor.
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