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Well I'm out and about and figured since I'm on my way to Minneapolis I would stop at country cat and check this thing out for myself. Guys at cat are very helpful and willing to answer any questions.
I gotta say that rig is very impressive. It is better in person than on computer.
The only bad I found was when I sat in it the pedals are way too close for me. Even with the seat all the way back. That's the same issue I had with the Honda 700 pioneer. The other was I didn't like the seat. It cups a little around the sides of your butt. Well my old ass is a little wide for it so it kinda feels like it's compressing the sides of me. That might disappear after a few rides tho. And last there isn't an option for a tilt out windshield that is glass. That one ranks pretty high. North Dakota is flat and the farmers hate trees so it blows alot. 20 to 40 mph winds are very common. It's hard to find a day at or under 20 mph. My current rig I leave the doors on all year and just pop the front window open if it starts getting warm.
I didn't have much time but country cat is going to set me up with a demo ride when I'm on my way home. That will most likely be the decider.
They did have a stampede there set up with the cab. I really liked it but I need the tip out glass with the wiper. Maybe in a year or two.
I will try remember my phone this time when I go in and snap some pics.