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post #5 of (permalink) Old 08-14-2007, 01:57 PM
Billy Bob
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dwaters,
your exactly right, with a little gas, it will spin up and then hold back. both are great machines as well as the mule, the bobcats, kubota's and all the other utv's out there.

robert,
how about a little more info on the trails you want to check out? kind of work you might do with it? riding style? for example, if your a 5-10 mph type guy, a kawi mule might be fine and dandy for you. if your a 30+ mph guy a ranger, rzr, rhino or prowler might be more along your line.

there is just too much unknown to me, for me to say go buy a rhino just cause i have one. researching your needs to the machines capabilities is the best way to decide. if you have access to some, take em for a test drive.
just my .o2.....
BiLLy bOb

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