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09-08-2015 06:34 PM
Redwing saloon

That is very awsome , always wanted to go down that line myself

Good luck Rich

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09-08-2015 03:17 PM
jeepwm69 Congrats Rich. A steady check is nice. Don't become too much of a bureaucrat working for the guvment!
09-08-2015 02:49 PM
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06-27-2015 06:12 PM
SSpeckerwood Must be a honda type of day... haha.
I've had 2 Rancher AT's both with bad gas carb cleanings, 1- TRX300 and a 450ES roll thru the shop today. Not to often to get wheelers and to get them all at once is awesome.

I am having some problems with my new Sandblaster. I can't get any suction off my gun, Any ideas??
03-04-2015 08:48 PM
DogRunner2 I picked up a 15 570 Ranger midsize this past Oct. and I love it.Can haul my saw, gas, cooler, etc. with room to spare. Dogs have somewhere to ride when they get tired and I can drink a beer while I'm cruisin'around the farm.I haven't been on any of the quads since I got it. The 570 is an impressive motor.
03-03-2015 11:20 PM
h22ate I'd rather ride than drive as well but with my little one getting bigger I'd love to cage out a sxs for us ..... That and it would be more comfortable for the whole family. Whenever I do decide to make that move I'll either trade my rubi in on a foot shift foreman or give it to my old man and buy a foreman out right. With the tranny slipping pretty bad with just over 3k miles, it makes me lose quite a bit or trust I'd say with any auto atv tranny....... Can't go wrong with a foot shift.
03-03-2015 09:42 PM
rubiranch I seriously doubt that I will ever own a SxS. I've driven a lot of them and they do nothing for me. I much prefer to ride than drive. That and we have lot of 50" trails out here and that leaves Polaris (I have a hard time ever typing that word ) and AC - neither of which interest me.

The single thing that impressed me the most about the Brute Force is the bottom end torque - that's where I ride. I'm not a racer but love having everything right there right now.
03-03-2015 03:45 PM
Originally Posted by Bryan View Post
This is why i switched lol
Yep, and I wouldnt blame you a bit. I like my rubi, I love the work horse nature of it, I like the foremans alot as well. But chances are my next will be a sxs and Honda doesnt shed a candle light on the rest of the industry in that market.
Originally Posted by rubiranch View Post
competition for Big Red??

Originally Posted by rubiranch View Post
I don't think you can go wrong with a new Grizz.

I switched because the Brute Force 750i for me is the funnest ATV I have ridden.
Its bad when the grizzley is starting to look like a small machine compaired to the rest of the big bore market today. But they've proven their self on the trails I ride time and time again..... But they're also fading out to the next gen of big bores.
My brother-in-law has one and loves it, but hes looking at the terexs now.
03-03-2015 03:01 PM
Originally Posted by Bryan View Post
This is why i switched lol
I don't think you can go wrong with a new Grizz.

I switched because the Brute Force 750i for me is the funnest ATV I have ridden.
03-03-2015 02:52 PM
Originally Posted by mac102004 View Post
Too big and wide, too heavy, not enough power.
competition for Big Red??
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