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    • BFisherman, I’m always shocked at the price of UTVs & ATVs and today the top end ones are $25,000-$35,000.!! Certainly Polaris is a quality brand - and higher priced (as are CamAM) but other top brands include Honda & Yamaha and possibly Suzuki & Kawasaki.  They have slightly lower prices and are highly rated depending on model (my Yamaha Griz & Kodiak are 20 & 17 yrs old run great).  In the Summer of 2021 I did research on the Tracker line (made by Textron - Arctic Cat) and sold by Cabela’s/Bass Pro.  They were well reviewed in magazines - but then it’s rare to find any ATV/UTV without good reviews.  I considered them somewhat of an “off brand” but since I’m Not racing them and will keep in my garage - bought the 800SX LE.  It’s been 2 years and all good - No issues at all....but still only 70 hours and 300 miles so “more time needed”.  The 800SX LE is their top of the line, runs up to 50mph and very quiet - at idle it is by far the “quietest” UTV made.  Ride is very smooth on 28” tires and it came with hard top, side doors, windshield, 4500lb winch - out the door price including tax $17,400.  I believe their 570cc models are lower by $5000.   For my general work around the property, some off road riding (Not racing) it’s great plus the hydraulic dumb bed holds & “dumps” 1000lbs.  My neighbor has a Polaris 10000 similarly equipped - it is faster and more “car like” but also $10,000 MORE. I also seriously considered the Yamaha Wolverine 1000 and general farm work and some fun Off Road racing - that would be my pick, cheaper then the Polaris and appears as Off Road capable and plenty FAST.....was around $21,000 out the door when I last priced them.
    • Go to e bay and type in fuel pump relay for your Massimo and it will show you what it looks like. It's a shame that e bay has more info than the dealers do, if you can even find one! As soon as I get mine running again, It's going to a Kabota or Ranger dealer somewhere!
    • Got a 2012 Bennche Bighorn 700x (I believe) from a neighbor that had it sitting in his yard undisturbed for over 2 years.  We pulled it across the road to my house with the transmission stuck in low.  I tinkered and discovered the fan gear assembly had frozen up from not being used, specifically the part that slides/turns in the housing.  After freeing that up, the transmission shifts fine.  I put a fresh battery on it and discovered 12.2 volts going to the solenoid, and with the key in the on position, 12 .2 volts on the starter side of the solenoid without turning the key to the crank position.  I discovered at the starter the same results of a constant 12.2 volts in the on position.  Cranking, the voltage on the starter side of the solenoid and at the starter drops to 11.72v.  Shouldn't there not be any voltage on the other side of the solenoid  or at the starter if the key is not in the crank position?  And with the constant voltage at the starter and it not turning, isn't it safe to assume the starter is frozen/burned out?
    • If you own a Ranger Crew, you know that regular maintenance is essential to keep it running smoothly. One crucial aspect of maintenance that often gets overlooked is checking the doors. In this guide, we'll walk you through the steps to perform door checks on your Ranger Crew to ensure they function correctly and keep you safe during your off-road adventures. Beside this, When it comes to luxury sports cars, one name stands out above the rest: Ferrari Monza SP2 with a rich history dating back to 1947, Ferrari has become synonymous with speed, performance, and Italian craftsmanship. In this article, we'll explore the iconic brand and its enduring legacy.
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