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Fred Sowerwine, Montana's Max dealer (Fred4dot)

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Posted on Wednesday, February 23, 2005 - 10:52 pm:   

Well Eddie this post is only so others don't read what you wrote and assume it is correct (I have given up on trying to reach you). The Max II 450T and the Max IV 500T are entry level machines made for flat land use as transportation. They lack the solid splined axles and sprockets and o-ring chain that give extended life to the drive system. I personally wish RI would discontinue both models because they end up in the hands of someone who uses them like I might and they do not give the service that the rest of the line does. Excepting those two models, I will agree that the engine is the only major change within each series. The Buffalo is a combination of the Max II and the Max IV, but mostly resembles the Max II in design while in a body that sorta copies the Max IV. Three very different machines with very different abilities. The Buffalo, being the least performance minded, fits right in with the Argos (it weighs too much).