Definatly have it checked out by a good mechanic before you buy. 2 strokes make great power and are lightweight, but can be costly when they need rebuilding. Not that 4 strokes dont have problems, but 2 strokes need engine work far more often. Also make sure there are lots of parts available.
2009 800 Touring Warn winch, Garmin Oregon 300, Elka Elite rears, Moose hand and thumb warmer, sport windshield, Glacier 2 plow system, Sears Poulan Pro 18" chainsaw, meep meep horn, looking for some nice mirrors. HID kit ripped off by ATV Superstore