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This is a discussion on How old are Wolverine owners? within the Around the Campfire forums, part of the General Discussions category; I'm 22 years old and only trust Honda and Yamaha. So far Yamaha Wolverine is the only thing for recreation riding that I liked....

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    I'm 22 years old and only trust Honda and Yamaha. So far Yamaha Wolverine is the only thing for recreation riding that I liked.

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    The single most important reason I purchased my Wolverine is...because it's made by Yamaha. I started riding Yamahas in 1972 on a 60cc mini-cycle. I've owned about 20 of them so far, and currently own (1) SXS, (1) snowmobile and (5) dirt bikes all made by Yamaha. Their quality and reliability are absolutely top shelf!

    I am 57 years young. But quite often I'm told I certainly don't act like it...I think that's good though.

    Up to, and including myself, the average age of responding Wolverine owner's is 48.67 years young. I think that says something about the Wolverine. I think it shows that the average owner is mature, wants a quality/reliable machine, that will get him/her home safely with a very smooth ride, and isn't as interested in winning a 1/8 mile drag race.
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    Super ATV - 2" Lift Kit
    Rigidhorse - 19" Tri-Row LED Light Bar
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    23, I've had a 96 wolverine, a 660&550grizzly. Currently own a 16 se for riding with the girlfriend and trying stuff that my 14, 800 outlander isn't set up for.
    2016 Yamaha wolverine 700 se

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    27 here. I bought the wolverine mainly for recreation, but needed a utility side of use as well. I got out of racing bikes a while ago and wanted to get back into the off-road world. Figured it's something me and the fiancé can do together on the weekends.
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    27" ITP Blackwaters on 14" ITP Hurricanes, SSV stereo, Pro Armor harnesses with pass throughs, Fender flares, Facotry windshield, Warn ProVantage, HDM grab handles, 2R billet tip, and some LED lighting goodies

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    33 here. Bought mine because I wanted a SxS with a little more balls than what the Rhinos had, but didn't want to waste time and money on a PoPo. Had an 84 YZ 250 when I was in college then bought an 04 YFZ 450 quad when I got out of college so I was sold on Yamaha.
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    I'm 32. Bought mine because I wanted a sxs and not a Polaris. Kicked around getting a commander as I didn't care much for the Viking. When the wolverine came out it fit the bill for me.

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    51. Yamaha reliability and the Wolverine fit my needs. Hunting and recreational riding

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    59 years old. The Wolverine fit the bill for the area I live in and it's turned out to be an excellent rock crawler.

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    46 .... driven rzr 800 and mavericks on the trails....sat in the them all .... wolverine was never on my radar until all the magazines wrote how a perfect recreational sxs it was so can to this site and read a lot of good info about them. Found a dealer and bought it. Probably one of the biggest reasons for buying wolverine was the wet clutch CVT. Would be nice with a twin cylinder 800-900 ...less harassment from many others but couldn't give me any more fun than I already have with the 700 thumper

    Always been a sport quad rider but body can't handle the abuse anymore ( 1 week of soreness after first ride of yr)..... my 2001 Yamaha 660 raptor still going strong with no dealer visits. Best build quality, bar none...Honda may be there but don't have as much exp with theirs

    Maverick .....hot, loud, and replaced 3 belts in a yr. massive power but could not be used unless getting to trail quicker ....love the cab
    Rzr. Tight cab, belts break, poor quality.
    General is a nice machine but again the quality is not there.
    Lead, follow, or get out of the way.
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    4mm 6061 T6 aluminum handmade front bash plate
    Yamaha over fenders
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    Turning 70 first of the month, my ridding buddy 61 I got my wolverine for the comfort after riding my Honda rubicon for 4 wheeler for years. My bud got a Yamaha YXZ and we both ride like we just stole them. To take the punishment we give them is nothing short of a miracle. I now have 2600 on my wolverine all at Hatfield trail system we go there about 8 to 10 times a year now
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    Front and rear Grab bars
    6 x9 Cree Led Frond
    2 LED under roof on back
    14 in STI HD3 Rims
    10 by26 Bighorns front
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