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Old 05-02-2009, 04:46 PM
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UTV, Side By Side

So i think im gunna make the move into a utv ie. rhino, ranger, razor, mule, t rex. Im trying to decide what i should get. Havent really put to much thought into which but i know i dont want a rhino. I had a friend i raced with that couldnt keep his 660 raptor together.
What do yall think?? pics, opinions(good or bad) please
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Old 05-02-2009, 04:49 PM
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Had a Gator (overpriced POS). Now have a pair of Ranger XP's.... Absolutely love them.
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What do you use it for? Just wheeling? Screwing around? Working?

I work on a Large farm we own a Ranger 6x6, a Mule 4x4, Crew Cab Mule 4x4 and we used to have a mule diesel(Utter Junk).

My favorite is the ranger it hauls and pulls good, and is fast. But it does have some belt problems sometimes.

The mules are slower. Last good and are pretty cool.
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Whoopssssssss

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I was thinkin ranger.
polaris makes great motors
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using it as a toy, dune runner
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using it as a toy, dune runner
Dont bother with the mule then, If it was just a Toy i would look at the RZR I test drove one and they are pretty sweet. But what we do with them it wouldnt last too long. Most of the time we are in water/mud up over the pedals, and this is with 2-3in lift kits and bigger tires not sure on size.
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using it as a toy, dune runner
Polaris RZR-S

They already come with the everything you need
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if you look in my sig there is a pic of my razor with just about every option out there,it is a real sweet ride with tons of power
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If you are just riding, the Polaris rzr, as stated above. If you going to be working or working/playing look at the Ranger. My cousin has the Ranger and the on complaint I have about it is that the throttle pedal is to high up and it is very stressful on your foot unless you have it floored.
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