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What's your UTV SxS brand?

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Hello all, I was wondering what brand of UTV Buggy you all use?

I'm going to get one but can't decide if i want a used 2017 Yamaha Wolverine R-Spec EPS SE with 1,100 miles for 8,899 OR just buy a new Pioneer 500 or 700.

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owned 3 

Polaris Rangers....love them

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Hi azdigger, Were they trouble free ?

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I'm going to go look at a Wolverine on Tuesday.

 

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only thing I had to replace on one of the Polaris was a drive belt...that is other than regular maint.

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Okay thanks. Don't they last like 5,000 miles? The CVT belt is the most common thing needing replaced I hear.

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I own a Polaris Ranger as well. (2015 XP900)  No problems with it what so ever!!  The belts will go bad if you try to pull a steep hill in drive and not drop it into low gear.  It is also good on fuel mileage and can carry all the gear you might need.  Good luck with whatever you decide on... I'm sure it will go where you want.. :thumbsupanim

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my belt popped at 9000 miles so all was good.

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So the CVT belt lasts awhile i'd say. Good good :) thanks

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XP 1000 RZR Polaris 2 seat with after market upper storage rack and spare tire.

Spare drive belt on board with tools to replace it

Ham radio installed

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working on installing my ham radio.....ke7nph

 

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Volkswagen.

Easy to work on, cheap and available parts, and can last decades(or more) with proper love.

I average 18mpg when off road. Highway milage is quite a bit higher. Hauls azz too. :worship:

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