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    The Quiet Kat. Who's seen this???

    Don't know what to think



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    The Quiet Kat. Who's seen this???

    Looks pretty cool. Don't think it would work to well in the mountains I hunt


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    Thats a big waste of money in my opinion..you could buy a new fourwheeler for that much..

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    I don't think it would work too good in the delta mud either....

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    I wonder how he's going to get a big buck back to his truck in one trip?

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    You could dominate at Walmart with one of those..

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    Re: The Quiet Kat. Who's seen this???

    Quote Originally Posted by farmdub View Post
    Looks pretty cool. Don't think it would work to well in the mountains I hunt
    That is exactly what I was thinking!!

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    And it can be yours for the low price of $5000.

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    The Quiet Kat. Who's seen this???

    I'd buy a buggy first. or ride a bicycle.

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    The Quiet Kat. Who's seen this???

    No cool factor at all.

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    This thing is ridiculous. Use the quads that god gave you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 44 View Post
    And it can be yours for the low price of $5000.
    44, at that price point I would go with something better. It looked like it should sell for $500 or less to me and at that price I might consider it as it would work well where I hunt in KS & MO. Aren't there electric bikes that would compete with it for 1/10 the price? Steve/"Dermott"

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    Quote Originally Posted by shiftymcfive01 View Post
    I'd buy a buggy first. or ride a bicycle.
    Exactly!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 44 View Post
    And it can be yours for the low price of $5000.
    Wow I'm out, I bet theres a waiting list!

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    The Quiet Kat. Who's seen this???

    Pretty sure if I rolled up in camp on one of those I wouldn't be allowed back. Looks like something made more for getting around a college campus

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    I have an electric motor on my bike for 250 bucks. For 5 grand you could buy a real good golf cart that will go as many places and haul all your junk or a good used honda atv that will outlast them all.

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    Would work great for coyote hunting but thats a little steep.

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    I was thinking $500-1000. $5,000 gave me a good belly laugh. I would feel ridiculous riding on one of those.

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    Ape hangers and some camo leather chaps and you would be the coolest dude in the woods

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    They banned 3 wheelers in the 80's for a reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdrake19 View Post
    I was thinking $500-1000. $5,000 gave me a good belly laugh. I would feel ridiculous riding on one of those.
    same here! Couldn't believe when I saw the price!

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    Almost as funny as the guy i saw on a lifted lawn mower deer hunting on the ross foundation!!!
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    I think the thing would go pretty good in moutainous terrain - but you couldnt carry anything on it - good for an old man to hunt turkeys off of but you could buy 5 golf carts for that and have them lifted. They say it will go 50 miles on a charge

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    Bloody Acorns, I agree with you that Quiet Kat might be useful but it costs way too much! Once they go out of business -- and they will -- replacement parts would not be available and any warranty would be null. If someone likes the concept they could just get a mountain bike and have an electric motor installed for climbing hills and not spend nearly so much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dermott View Post
    Bloody Acorns, I agree with you that Quiet Kat might be useful but it costs way too much! Once they go out of business -- and they will -- replacement parts would not be available and any warranty would be null. If someone likes the concept they could just get a mountain bike and have an electric motor installed for climbing hills and not spend nearly so much.
    I bet you are right with a little work cant be a lot to it - but I am sure some high rollers will pick up a few

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    I saw the commercial and have to agree. It too small, too expensive, too limited as to where you can use it. but if they would just put Tiffany in the commercial riding it ..... watching it wouldn't be a complete waste LOL

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    Didn't even have a dog box attachment.

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    You watch Lee and Tiffany, the Drury's, or some other big time tv show will pick it up as a sponsor and you'll see em talking about how great they are and riding them around. I can't wait to see one of em crash one in a pond or something. That'd make good tv.

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    http://www.razor.com/products/electric-scooters/e300s/


    You might as well try one of these instead. Maybe I can get razor to sponsor me

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    a motorized tricycle for $5500


    lol


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