I bought my Ozark new in 2003 after owning (and selling)a Polaris 325. I needed something that would fit in a Toyota bed. Love it. I can go just about anywhere my huntin' buddies can go, and even more. The big 400's and up can't make it through the woods like I can, and they get just as stuck in the mud. We always use my Ozark to haul trailers for firewood, camp work, and showing property. It's also much faster than my friend's Polaris 330- and that's with 24 inch Dirt Devils and a lift kit.
Upgrades/Accessories: Highlifter lift, 24 inch dirt Devil tires, winch, homemade racks, and fender bags.
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Riding an ATV can be dangerous. To ensure your safety proper protective gear should always be worn. Remember to always wear a helmet, eye protection and protective clothing. Never ride on paved surfaces or public roads. Never carry passengers unless the ATV is specifically engineered to accommodate them. Riding at excessive speeds or engaging in stunt riding is extremely dangerous. Be extremely careful on difficult or unknown terrain. Never ride while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
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