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Old 11-23-2004, 07:07 PM   #1
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I know someone that is selling a quad for $1000. She says it is a 98 Tecate. I'm new to the sport quads. From what I've found out, the Tecate was last made around 88. Could it be a Mojave or Lakota. What is the difference between the two? Are they 2 or 4 strokes? Which one is more for performance? Any lights or racks on them? Auto or clutch with reverse? Is this a reasonable price? Any help is greatly appreciated.
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if its a 98 then the tecate is out. the lakota has racks and two lights ont he bumper and the mojave has one on the hood and is made more for racing. if its a 98and looks good its a great deal
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A mojave has a manual tranny with a clutch and the lakota is an automatic I beleave.
She could be wrong about the year in which case it maybe an 88 tecate. The tecate's are 2 stroke and both the mojave and lakotas are 4 stroke
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Can you post a picture? Then we could be for sure.


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