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#12202642 - 08/12/17 Yamaha Wolverine (SxS)  
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Anybody have one of these? they look pretty good, middle of the road between utility and trail machine.

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...Actually Sycamore, you are sort of right....
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#12207784 - 08/14/17 Re: Yamaha Wolverine (SxS) [Re: Sycamore]  
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I do. I have the 2016 R-spec SE.

I love it. The suspension is amazing.


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had it for a while? any issues? do you trailer it much?

thanks


Originally Posted by jorgeI
...Actually Sycamore, you are sort of right....
#12210532 - 08/15/17 Re: Yamaha Wolverine (SxS) [Re: Sycamore]  
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Sycamore,

So far so good! There is a couple of recalls. One being the oil dipstick and the other a compression spring which I had done at the same time as the 20 hour service.

I have 900 and some miles on it now and I really like it. The only con I would say it has is the box isn't a "dump" box but I'm hearing rumors of Yamaha changing some things up on the new ones and that may be one of them. I think they are supposed to announce changes in September sometime. It's a true sport utility. A cross between a Razor and a Ranger I guess you could say but with a suspension that can't be beat. The ride is great and with the power steering it's awesome in rougher terrain.

I've trailered it a few times. No issues. (knock on wood) Going on good ride this coming weekend on some state forest trails.


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#12220181 - 08/20/17 Re: Yamaha Wolverine (SxS) [Re: Rooster7]  
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Thanks. I heard or read, the footroom on the drivers side might be an issue? (there's a bump out I think)

I'm looking for forest road riding and some slow and go on rocky stuff. not much need for top end, but low-end torque, and room for gear for 1 or 2 nights out.

Sycamore


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...Actually Sycamore, you are sort of right....

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