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Why is it that you can easily get a 2014 foreman manual shift for $6000. out the door in Tennessee or South Carolina, but its at least a grand more further up north where im at?? Anybody else getting killer deals on 2014's?
 

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everything's cheaper in the south its just the way it is for some reason
 

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i rode to Baltimore and got mine for 6500...the local dealers said they couldn't come close to that...im happy so far!!! glad i didnt let the salesman talk me into a power steering demo!!! i prob would have spent another 700!!
 

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i wouldn't hesitate on getting Power steering its been out for awhile and no problems that i know of
 

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Come up to Canada and spend 10,000 on one, then talk! hahah
 

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Honda has a large ATV plant is S Carolina. I toured it in 2006.

At the time they built 1,240 quads per day out of that plant. It was an amazing tour to say the lease. It was the first time they let anyone in for a tour.
 

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I wouldn't buy a new machine without EPS. $700 is a small price to pay for the benefit of power steering.
Lol. Thats cute.

OOOOOOR.....SAVE said $700 and spend it on tires. If that proves problematic, buy a gym membership. These things can be in a total bind and turn w/one hand. Wont even spill your beer.
 
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