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top1_0.thumbnail.jpgAlthough made for snow, we pushed a bit of dirt around with the power-angle blade. Stronger trip springs might help.If you needed more convincing about the growth being experienced by and the innovative technology coming from the UTV segment, here’s the proof: Club Car’s XRT1550 IntelliTach is a true breakthrough in both versatility and convenience. The IntelliTach redefines UTV multi-tasking by featuring a highly functional, hydraulic-powered front-end attachment system. Jobs that previously required several vehicles to complete can now be accomplished with one--and in virtually any environment. From farm and ranch to commercial and residential, this vehicle should be an instant success.

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