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Hi there i was needing to ask a question. I may soon be getting a UTV of one sort or another and not sure what is good or better to avoid? So far i hear great things about the Arctic Cat Prowler and Havoc, and many speak well of the Kawasaki Mule all but the 610?
So what are your thoughts and especially experiences? What have you had and used in farm life and trail riding that has held up well or hasn't?
Well I will be Off the Trails for awhile...who will be riding ??
I said awhile ago that we would be done for awhile,and we made it back out,but now I know we are off for at least two weekends,Wife is on Call.
and I might send mine out for some due repairs,that I do not want to do because of the timing,and that I have not done them before.
I need new brakes,front and rear!
and A Chain and Gears.
Deer Season is Nov.15th thru Nov.29th so no riding during that.
And we need to clean the Garages to get the daily drivers out of the snow,and cold weather.
So I hope that others step up and get in some riding while we are down.
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