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  1. I will, but I noticed that in my initial post that I inadvertantly omitted that it was a 1997. No trailer queen, lots of bumps and bruises. Still starts and runs and drives great, enough so that I just purchased a new 72" steel plow and winch for this winter. I am in the process of deciding if I want to fabricate a plow mount or just spend the $150 and buy a pre made. Anyone here that has done it and if so, for this specific model? Thanks for the welcome, nice job on the site, btw!!!
  2. Hey guys, new to UTV's, finally broke down and bought a Kawasaki Mule 2510 4x4 w/ high/low range. Probably tops out at 15 mph but you can pull stumps with it in low. I love the utility of it, you wont see ANY chrome on mine...and no fancy rims. This is a workhorse and won't be any trailer queen. Am from central Minnesota in the heart of the lakes area, lots of old logging roads up north to explore and enjoy, especially this time of year!
  3. Hey guys, I have held off buying an ATV/UTV until I finally couldn't stand it, the price of $1700 for a great running, fairly clean 1997 Mule got me into the game. I couldn't pass that up, went on Amazon and found a 72" steel plow and 4000 lb winch and now have a snow plower for under $2100. I will need to fab the mount for the plow but thats not a big issue, I am retired and have nothing but time so its a fun project. I am loving having the workhorse with the 4x4 and tilt box and low range...it's everything in a work/toy that a guy could ask for.

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