I would strongly consider it. The Rincon’s strength is its well tuned suspension and damping, and long term reliability if given a modicum of care.
Biggest drawback to me is lack of a low range. Mainly I’d like engine hold back to be effective at lower speed.
I’ve used mine to plow, with no problems, so they can do some work and the torque converter will take quite a bit of punishment.
Still, the thing is in its element as a nice handling trail quad that really soaks up harsh terrain. Sometimes I don’t realize how rough a stretch of trail is until I try to ride a different machine at the same speed.
06 Rincon 680. Foreman headlight conversion, Guru bumper, Warn XT30, Maier guards, Bighorns
05 Foreman 500 FM, 2.5 Warn, Bighorns
Dually Ram and Patio Hauler 5th wheel