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I am concerned about how long it is for trail riding. Looking forward learning more about them. Hoping AC has stepped up reliability



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[QUOTE=Desertcat;61801]I am concerned about how long it is for trail riding. Looking forward learning more about them. Hoping AC has stepped up reliability[/Q I would have to ride it on the gravel roads where I live,never get it turned around on my trails,or make some of the turns.

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I am concerned about how long it is for trail riding.
why .. isn't there enough room in the desert to turn around LOL


BTW one of my friends has a RZR 4 seater .. it's long but he takes it almost anywhere we go and sometimes more stable than us on the off camber side hills especially. rarely uses the winch .. so that wouldn't be much of a concern to me Seth. now reliability sure would be something to watch given A/C's history of letting the buyer be the RnD guy. on edit .. correction all the manufacturers seem to do that.

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why .. isn't there enough room in the desert to turn around LOL


BTW one of my friends has a RZR 4 seater .. it's long but he takes it almost anywhere we go and sometimes more stable than us on the off camber side hills especially. rarely uses the winch .. so that wouldn't be much of a concern to me Seth. now reliability sure would be something to watch given A/C's history of letting the buyer be the RnD guy. on edit .. correction all the manufacturers seem to do that.
Gary,I have a buddy that has a T-4 and he dont have any problems either in the woods,but its not as long as the wildcat-4.

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