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Kent Collebrusco

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Hello,

I am looking to purchase a hisun sector 550 from a farm store,

I am wondering who has one,and how reliable are they?

I will just be using it around home,and to run down country roads.

 

Thanks

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For what you are doing it should be just fine. Remember the manufacture is the same one who makes parts for Yamaha and Polaris, its just the nuts and bolts that are not the best. The engines are pretty much bullet proof. The things that go bad are things like weak clutch when pulling heavy loads, bad coil every once and a while. Other than that, you should really be fine with messing around and driving it on country roads and home farm use.

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