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This is going to be a long, cold , snowy winter, so I figure to heat it up a bit. Now, actually, the post title is just a come-on, We all know MidSize is better. Full size is just, well, bigger. My Midsize is able to sneak and snake where the Big Size can't. It's quieter, lighter, simpler. Don't blame me for starting this, the Oil Drip thread already lit the fuse. I'm just making battle room, so to speak.
So, lets hear it, the Facts . !
 

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Ba! A good driver can take a fullsize where an ATV can go. They haul more, are more stabile, and most of all their owners are smarter and better looking.:acne:
 

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The "good driver" and " smarter and better looking " are Midsize, for sure. We can do more, with less, which proves the point !
 

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Ask any truthful woman, size does matter!
 

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Fullsize HAS high beams!
 

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Did you say " Truthful Woman "? That is an OxyMoron, but hey, good things come in small packages.
 

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fullsize is my favorite
 

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I won't knock either because both have their place. But if I weren't limited to a 50" trail restriction, there's absolutely no doubt that I'd rather have the full size. Not only for the additional room, but more for the additional stability.
 

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Think I'll get a midsize for my 12 year old grandson. When he grows up, I'll get him a full size.:glee::encouragement:
 
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The only place I have seen a midsize around where I ride is at the dealship. I figured only old ladies bought them to tend their flowers...
 

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The MidSize, like their nimble owners, fit the trails. The FullSize is good for bringing in our supplies once we've (Midsize) made a trail for them that is wide and smooth enough for them and their drivers .
 

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Us mid size drivers don't have to compensate for any short comings so we feel comfortable with the sport model. :biggrin:
 

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Someone noted above, "good things come in small packages". The way I heard it, "small packages" come in midsizes.:glee::encouragement:
 

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I'll take my midsize. The areas we ride I couldn't imagine having to squeeze a full size through.
 

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Larry and Fourlow - you guys ought to be ashamed of yourselves - you sure aren't gonna drag me into this one!





(Fullsize, of course!)
 

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Well, us mid size guys votes are waaay bigger than your full size ones, but you got us out numbered probably 5 to 1 so I expect it will be close to even on the final tally.
 

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The only place I have seen a midsize around where I ride is at the dealship. I figured only old ladies bought them to tend their flowers...
BAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!! :glee:
 

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Fullsize all the way, more room, more stable, and if the trail is to narrow (in Texas they are not) we can just make it wider!:encouragement:
 
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