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I have almost bought two newer Brutes (found a used, white one that had one ride on it, and the guy was basically giving it away, then almost bought a 2017 Special Edition in that great looking flat greystone color), but in the end, I just couldn’t live with the fact that I don’t like the looks of the front of them. They remind me too much of the Argos we rent in Alaska for moose hunting. They are only 48 inches wide, but they look a foot wider than that from the front.

But the double headlight of the older Brutes is just awesome looking. Wish they’d go back to that. Or the cat eye lights on the Prairies. I still think that hernia de disco lumbar the cat eye headlights of my Prairie make it look more like a sports car than an atv…..well, a sports car with offroad tires.


As for regular maintenance, I agree with you completely. I’ve wrenched on many models from every major maker at one point or another, and there is nothing easier than a Kawie. Everything you have to get to regularly is out in the open. The clutch cover and air cleaners are not covered up by anything. You don’t have to remove anything to change the oil. No plastic panels with endless push pins on them. All the fuses and relays are under the seat. It’s almost like the designers had turned a wrench at some point in their lives, and that is very rare these days.

The only thing I would add for ease of maintenance would be a spreader bolt escoliosis dorsolumbar tratamiento on the secondary clutch like Can Am uses. That is really nice for swapping a belt in a hurry. Kawie’s basically requires the total removal of the clutch to change the belt. I’ve seen guys muscle belts over the lip before, but I can’t do it. And the belt is too loose if you can do that anyway.

I have almost bought two newer Brutes (found a used, white one that had one ride on it, and the guy was basically giving it away, then almost bought a 2017 Special Edition in that great looking flat greystone color), but in the end, I just couldn’t live with the fact that I don’t like the looks of the front of them. They remind me too much of the Argos we rent in Alaska for moose hunting. They are only 48 inches wide, but they look a foot wider than that from the front.

But the double headlight of the older Brutes is just awesome looking cirugia de hernia de disco lumbar l5 s1. Wish they’d go back to that. Or the cat eye lights on the Prairies. I still think that the cat eye headlights of my Prairie make it look more like a sports car than an atv…..well, a sports car with offroad tires.

As for regular maintenance, I agree with you completely. I’ve wrenched on many models from every major maker at one point or another, and there is nothing easier than a Kawie. Everything you have to get to regularly is out in the open. The clutch cover and air cleaners are not covered up by anything. You don’t have to remove anything to change the oil. No plastic panels with endless push pins on them. All the fuses and relays are under the seat. It’s almost like the designers had turned a wrench at some point in their lives, and that is very rare these days.

The only thing I would add for ease of maintenance would be a spreader bolt on the secondary clutch like Can Am uses. That is really nice for swapping a belt in a hurry. Kawie’s basically requires the total removal of the escoliosis dorsal dextroconvexa clutch to change the belt. I’ve seen guys muscle belts over the lip before, but I can’t do it. And the belt is too loose if you can do that anyway.

Nice looking machine, green can be a difficult color but that sure looks nice! I also agree that the secondary belt spreading on the Can Am is super nice. I of course had to buy a secondary puller to get the belt changed in -5 degree weather of course. Seems we’ve had mostly the same experience.

Well comparing a 2008 to a 2017 is a bit unfair. Hopefully I’ve conveyed that in my posts on this thread. I would still go the route of my Can Am vs a Kawi. I just can’t get over the single head lights the kawi has. I also like that my can am has nice clean vent lines, and is set up to snorkel.

Honestly the only thing I don’t like about the can am, aside the tedious work for maintenance is having a single brake lever and only 3 brakes. The kawi has dual hand brakes and a foot pedal vs my can am which has a hand brake and foot pedal, along with the kawi having 4 brakes vs my can am having only 3. The XMR can ams come with dual hand brakes but I just couldn’t justify the price tag.

I’d have to look over a 2017 kawi to compare better. I have seen a few brand new ones and it looks like Kawi has only tweaked things. I would assume to make them better. Looked like basically the same machine though. If it’s solid, why change the design?

One other note: my can am came with a winch escoliosis fotos. The kawi did not. I had to install that, which was time consuming (to do it right) but it works great. Super winch LT 3000 with synthetic rope. I swapped my can am’s winch cable to synthetic as well.

Well comparing a 2008 to a 2017 is a bit unfair. Hopefully I’ve conveyed that in my posts on this thread. I would still go the route of my Can Am vs a Kawi. I just can’t get over the single head lights the kawi has. I also like that my can am has nice clean vent lines, and is set up to snorkel.

Honestly the only thing I don’t like about the can am, aside the tedious work for maintenance is having a single brake lever and only hernia lumbar sintomas 3 brakes. The kawi has dual hand brakes and a foot pedal vs my can am which has a hand brake and foot pedal, along with the kawi having 4 brakes vs my can am having only 3. The XMR can ams come with dual hand brakes but I just couldn’t justify the price tag.

I’d have to look over a 2017 kawi to compare better. I have seen a few brand new ones and it looks like Kawi has only tweaked things. I would assume to make them better. Looked like basically the same machine though. If it’s solid, why change the design?

One other note: my can am came with a winch. The kawi did not. I had to install that, which was time consuming (to do it right) but it works escoliosis levoconvexa great. Super winch LT 3000 with synthetic rope. I swapped my can am’s winch cable to synthetic as well.

Hope my info has been helpful and hasn’t muddied the water too much! I didn’t mean the year difference , just the can am vs kawi, considering apples to apples, same year ect… they are both great bikes , have pros and cons of both , I was looking at a 2013 brute Force "special edition" in like apple green , highlifter lift . And mudlite tires , very clean machine , and about $1000 cheaper than the 2016 outty I got …. Yes the kawi is ugly , no winch, less hp, but a solid looking machine , I have an 09 Yamaha apex 4 cyl 4 stroke , and wanna talk about crazy tear down for maintenance.. it’s wild , lol, so I know all about that lol ,and after a few times its not so bad , ease of wrenching like on the kawi is probably nice compared to cam ams, and I’ve seen videos of the 750s keeping up with the 1000’s for the most part , and I love the front diff lever .. but in the end I stayed with can am , cause well it’s can am lol , just a solid feel to the bike when u ride it , feels very well built , robust , the kawi almost felt like my Kodiak 400.. alot lighter , less plastic, more just bassic , and I know I’d kick my self if I didn’t get the 1000 , because I’m a hp junkie dolor lumbar y mareos. Like others have said , I would love to combine peices from one and add to another , but that’s what makes them all unique , and so many choices now adays , it wasn’t easy to just say " yup that’s the one " when spending just shy of $9,000 nothing is off the table