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Was looking at the 2014 lineup and wanted to see if anyone knew what the difference is in the 700 hdx limited and the 700 hdx ,guess i'm missing it ,couldn't find what they changed besides color.
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Was looking at the 2014 lineup and wanted to see if anyone knew what the difference is in the 700 hdx limited and the 700 hdx ,guess i'm missing it ,couldn't find what they changed besides color.
wirenut on the 500 it looks like power steering and the light switch is different on the 500 limited HDX

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Was looking at the 2014 lineup and wanted to see if anyone knew what the difference is in the 700 hdx limited and the 700 hdx ,guess i'm missing it ,couldn't find what they changed besides color.
Looks like the 700 HDX limited has power steering also.

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After looking at the 2014 A/C lineup I think I would like to have a new prowler 1000. For some reason the wife don't agree,maybe it's because I just spent money on Disc brakes for the rear.

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After looking at the 2014 A/C lineup I think I would like to have a new prowler 1000. For some reason the wife don't agree,maybe it's because I just spent money on Disc brakes for the rear.
wait for the 50" wildcat I think this machine would be more up your ally with a better ride. I'd hate to say it but I sure like the poo 1000 rzr or maybe a wild cat X. I just love the ride and handling. I'm in the same boat as you the wife says be happy with what you got. Had it up to 68 mph on a rough trail. felt very few bumps. My buddy with the dead prowler was impressed on how smooth this thing is.

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wait for the 50" wildcat I think this machine would be more up your ally with a better ride. I'd hate to say it but I sure like the poo 1000 rzr or maybe a wild cat X. I just love the ride and handling. I'm in the same boat as you the wife says be happy with what you got. Had it up to 68 mph on a rough trail. felt very few bumps. My buddy with the dead prowler was impressed on how smooth this thing is.
only draw back I see is haul/carry space .. 'taint none.
not a rig for campouts and farm / work .

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only draw back I see is haul/carry space .. 'taint none.
not a rig for campouts and farm / work .
Very true Gary,If i got a new one it would be the prowler,I really don't ride that fast anymore.

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only draw back I see is haul/carry space .. 'taint none.
not a rig for campouts and farm / work .
I don't own a farm and my camper is stationary. LOL guess I just like the rush and the ride. My backs to bad to be bounced around in a prowler. Guess if I needed the best of both worlds I could of bought a Canned Ham (Bearings Rings Pistons) made in Canada eh!!

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