a. mark wrote:I can heartily recommend a Kawasaki Mule 610 4x4. I have steeply wooded undeveloped land and it is an essential tool for hauling logs, people, equipment and manure. Has a tilt bed and headlights, roll bars (came in handy once) and easy to put a winch on it. Good on fuel and very reliable. Only drawback is that it doesn't have a backup light installed, but that's simple enough to overcome. Otherwise, it's been an excellent investment, especially since I bought it used on craigslist from good owner.
We've had the bad boy buggy for a month now. It's two years old, so the batteries are not going to be in the best shape. But it seems to perform as well as the polaris. And we can haul more people, more stuff, more everything.
paul wheaton wrote:The bad boy buggy is currently laid up with brake and steering issues.
Diego de la Vega wrote: Are there any gas powered ATVs that would be more reliable than these have been
Diego de la Vega wrote: or are you guys just really pushing these machines to the limit?
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