You think the Scottsdale ride was tough?

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  1. Able 1
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    No, I didn't say head room..
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    Leg room on which?


    Mine is great, Polaris' are horrible for me

    Can Am even worse
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    Can ams rule baby!
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    I thought you had a Can Am?
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    says the guy who will be riding his in a the Walmart parking lot..
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    I've owned both "styles." More sport oriented side by side cost alot more because they are closer to miniature ultra 4 buggy's than anything else. They can fly over 2 foot whoops and bumps at 40+mph. They get smoother the faster you go. They are stupid fast around corners. They can roll, but you have to be brave or intoxicated.
    Farm style side by sides have more in common with golf carts than anything else. They rattle and shake you to bits at any speed. Their narrow width makes them easy to load into trucks, but very tippy at speed or on hills. They have about half the suspension travel and half the top speed. They better for hauling things, or being an old man. Better for snow plows.
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    I've owned both "styles." More sport oriented side by side cost alot more because they are closer to miniature ultra 4 buggy's than anything else. They can fly over 2 foot whoops and bumps at 40+mph. They get smoother the faster you go. They are stupid fast around corners. They can roll, but you have to be brave or intoxicated.
    Farm style side by sides have more in common with golf carts than anything else. They rattle and shake you to bits at any speed. Their narrow width makes them easy to load into trucks, but very tippy at speed or on hills. They have about half the suspension travel and half the top speed. They better for hauling things, or being an old man. Better for snow plows.
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    You haven't describe mine at all..




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    I've ran the Rubicon and all over Johnson valley in a utv... Ive rolled both styles. I've jumped both styles. I know what they can do. I hope they continue to narrow the gap, so that people who want leg room and more utility can have some performance too.
    Everywhere in that video you could go in a 8hp golf cart with knobby tires. Look up king of the hammers utv race. 2-6ft boulders, whoops at 60+mph. They all have their place, but don't confuse the two.
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    So you went up Cadillac Hill in a SXS?
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    Tom Conway has seen what my farm truck can do..


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    I have been up Cadillac hill and even backdoor, but not in the rzr. I will says this, the best utv is the one you are out in. You use yours alot, which I'm jealous of. I live too far from legal areas so I sold mine.
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    That CanAm was a world of difference from the Razor. Although it was also twice the price.
    The CanAm seemed to have unlimited power with that turbo and its ride was much smoother than the Razor.

    The idiot driving just about made me throw up when I was in the back seat. The ride back was much better until the "driver" ripped a tire going 80-mpg over sharp rocks. :twisted:

    IDIOT! :biggrin:
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    You should change your slogan to " I AM MIGHTY DIZZY!" And can throw up at any time.
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    The additional two feet of wheel base had everything to do with the ride comfort.

    I go on trails when the thing would never fit.


    The two door is another story.


    I don't think I'd be applying Pine Nut Pinstripes to a 30k toy.
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    I cut you a check today.....less the $200.00 you owe Justin.....$50.00 you owe Mike.

    Who is sick now bitch? :biggrin:
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    Just another jerk move!

    I have now come to expect no less from you since the "INCEDENT IN THE DESERT'!
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