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KAWASAKI BRUTE FORCE 750 The Brute Force 750 from Kawasaki needs no introduction; this well-known ATV has the features to please just about any rider no matter what type of riding you may be into. With a 749cc liquid-cooled 90-degree Vtwin four-stroke engine there’s hardly anything that will be able to stop this powerhouse. Backed with a CVT transmission with High/Low range you can cruise up and down the pastures with minimal effort. Four wheel drive enables the Brute Force to sling through the mud and sand (or snow here in Wisconsin) without a problem. Have to bring a calf in? Not a problem when this thing can tow up to 1250 pounds! The Kawasaki Brute Force is available in Timberline green (my theory is the the Kodiak 700 comes in Realtree camouflage, hunter green, or red. So whether you’re wanting a hard working ranch vehicle or something to go have some fun on, stop into your local Yamaha dealer or online at www.yamahamotorsports.com and check them out! from the Automotive Style Paint - a 5- layer metallic finish which is nine times more scratch-resistant than standard plastic. We all know on the ranch this is a bonus (I always seem to be driving through something I shouldn’t be). To test one of these bad machines out, stop on over to your local Polaris dealer or visit them on the web at www.polaris.com! YAMAHA KODIAK 700 Yamaha has always been known to have a powerhouse of an ATV, and the Kodiak 700 holds up to the test. Powered by a 708cc 4-valve, fuelinjected engine this ATV creates a smooth, quiet operation no matter what the ranch task may be. When it comes to rolling on down the trail, Yamaha’s Ultramatic transmission is up to the task. This CVT transmission’s gear ratio and Kodiak settings are designed to lower engine RPM and provide smooth, easy to use power. You won’t have to worry about their belt either; an automatic centrifugal clutch holds constant belt tension for reduced wear, and a sprag clutch provides natural all–wheel engine braking. To help produce an even smoother ride the Kodiak 700 chassis holds a fully independent suspension with wide arc A-arms providing optimum terrain ability. The Yamaha Kodiak 700 can tow up to 1300 pounds and hold 308 pounds (combined) on the front and rear rack. Built right here in the good ‘ol USA with a stylish design, MARCH 2016 | WORKING RANCH | 49 Yamaha Kodiak 700 Kawasaki Brute Force 750


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