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 Post subject: Buy a 2010 Hammerhead 250 SS, or ???
PostPosted: Sat Jul 17, 2010 3:56 pm 
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Hi,
I'm still kinda new to the buggy scene and I'm looking to buy a way better buggy, I found a place that I can get a brand new 2010 HH 250 SS for $3,500 total price delivered with a 3 month warranty, plus what ever HH offers, Anyway... I found that to be a good price for these but was wondering if there's a better one in that price range, I am 6'2 & about 180 soaking wet.... 3,500 is alot of $ for me and I dont want to regret buying the HH when I could have done better if I was to just asked around.... I really dont want to spend that much but I also dont want to buy a cheeper model and wish I would have spent that extra few hundred and got a better buggy ( I hope you follow me..),
Thanks and I hope this thread helps others when looking also...
These are good people that I may be buying from and I feel they will honer and stand behind there sale..... 8-[
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 Post subject: Re: Buy a 2010 Hammerhead 250 SS, or ???
PostPosted: Sat Jul 17, 2010 4:03 pm 
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The HH 250 ss is a real good buggy.I think if you want to beat that price .Buy something used.IMO

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 Post subject: Re: Buy a 2010 Hammerhead 250 SS, or ???
PostPosted: Sat Jul 17, 2010 4:08 pm 
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Just don't get a blue one. lol Actually, your buggy choice might come dow to where you'll be riding and what type of terrain, but the HH is a good choice. Have you test drove one?

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 Post subject: Re: Buy a 2010 Hammerhead 250 SS, or ???
PostPosted: Sat Jul 17, 2010 4:16 pm 
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I have'nt test drove one yet, HH will not be shipping any out for a few weeks and no one has a 2010 in stock, I want to be able to hit the trail's and what ever comes between that and the hills, I'm sure I will have to lower the rollers or sliders but I can wait on the mod's for a bit....( I'll have to because I'll be broke for awhile....). I was also looking at the kinroad 300, I know it is a little wider but if the price is right.....
And I did read where the guy bought the blue one and had problem with the weld's..... If I'm paying this much I only want a black one, they look cooler (to me)...

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 Post subject: Re: Buy a 2010 Hammerhead 250 SS, or ???
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Where ya located ?? What kind of riding you doing ? I prefer the Joyner myself and I made a post yesterday on 2 brand new joyners in ky for 3200 or less each

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 Post subject: Re: Buy a 2010 Hammerhead 250 SS, or ???
PostPosted: Sat Jul 17, 2010 4:22 pm 
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You just missed out out on a used 300 which was awesome!Maybe you should wait a little.

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 Post subject: Re: Buy a 2010 Hammerhead 250 SS, or ???
PostPosted: Sat Jul 17, 2010 4:22 pm 
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justwonderinginky wrote:
Where ya located ?? What kind of riding you doing ? I prefer the Joyner myself and I made a post yesterday on 2 brand new joyners in ky for 3200 or less each


I forgot about that!

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 Post subject: Re: Buy a 2010 Hammerhead 250 SS, or ???
PostPosted: Sat Jul 17, 2010 4:23 pm 
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I live in west Ga... not too far from BigE.... I also heard joyner is one of the top of the line...

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 Post subject: Re: Buy a 2010 Hammerhead 250 SS, or ???
PostPosted: Sat Jul 17, 2010 4:33 pm 
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If you ask me they are in a class of their own ... Hi lo ton of room ability to use common aftermarket shocks for extreme ride you can add 21-25" tires mine with 25's has a hair over 12" ground clearance billdough has 23's on his and about 11" of clearance digger has 25's on his and it's over 12 they will climb a wall and run over 40 in hi range. Computerdude has 15 gram sliders and he is awesome in 300 ft digger has 11 gram rollers and can pull us all ip the hill . IMHO they are the best all kinds of mods walker Evans shocks head kits cam kits header kits bb kits and a stroker soon to come.. Hope this helps

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 Post subject: Re: Buy a 2010 Hammerhead 250 SS, or ???
PostPosted: Sat Jul 17, 2010 5:06 pm 
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I like joyners ,I have one.It will really depends on where he rides the most.HH250 like Sockmans is a great machine.Has hi/lo all the mods to the joyner engine you can do to the HH.The suspension is a diff story.Then again where do you ride most.

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 Post subject: Re: Buy a 2010 Hammerhead 250 SS, or ???
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Funnyman wrote:
I like joyners ,I have one.It will really depends on where he rides the most.HH250 like Sockmans is a great machine.Has hi/lo all the mods to the joyner engine you can do to the HH.The suspension is a diff story.Then again where do you ride most.

Here in the south all that's around local to me is mountains, swamps and woods, no dunes or anything like that,

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 Post subject: Re: Buy a 2010 Hammerhead 250 SS, or ???
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I have to agree on not buying a blue buggy cause of the crack issue. I will strongly recomend the black due to the fact that cracks will not show on them


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 Post subject: Re: Buy a 2010 Hammerhead 250 SS, or ???
PostPosted: Sun Jul 18, 2010 9:23 am 
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sycarms wrote:
I have to agree on not buying a blue buggy cause of the crack issue. I will strongly recomend the black due to the fact that cracks will not show on them


LOL TOM

Oh no.... That does'nt help, ...LOL

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 Post subject: Re: Buy a 2010 Hammerhead 250 SS, or ???
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color dont have a dog done thing to do with it.

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 Post subject: Re: Buy a 2010 Hammerhead 250 SS, or ???
PostPosted: Sun Jul 18, 2010 9:52 am 
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Its that blue paint Eric u know it shrinks up more !!! Lmao

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 Post subject: Re: Buy a 2010 Hammerhead 250 SS, or ???
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yea and it pulls the metal apart :D

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 Post subject: Re: Buy a 2010 Hammerhead 250 SS, or ???
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LMAO guys, I'm pretty confident that color doesnt matter, I just dont like blue that much, I have a blue buggy, I think the black looks kooler

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 Post subject: Re: Buy a 2010 Hammerhead 250 SS, or ???
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Couldnt find the joyners in KY, would they make a good buggy for my area?

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 Post subject: Re: Buy a 2010 Hammerhead 250 SS, or ???
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the joyners are great buggies for climbing but not so great for really tight woods trails. they are wide and heavy but built really well. Add a Endrigo head and cam and maybe a big bore and larger carb and some bigger tires and your set :D

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 Post subject: Re: Buy a 2010 Hammerhead 250 SS, or ???
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6'2 and 180? You make me sick!!! GAIN SOME WEIGHT!!! Ha HaHa Lucky ba----ed ....

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