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I have a 2008 Cub Cadet sxs..love it. It's basic,has a hydraulic dump box,(which is really useful),I use it for breaking trails on my property,hauling firewood,and use it all year round. We have quite a bit of snow up here  in Northern Ontario,and have ONLY had it stuck once,when there was no where to hook the winch to.I do wish it had a little more ground clearance,and taller tires,for the mudholes,but honestly?..for being the FIRST atv that I have ever owned..(I bought it used with 240 hrs on it)..it has been everything I hoped for.The throttle is a little twitchy,but once you get used to it,the damn thing is a tank,and will crawl through almost anything.Would I buy another??...absolutely!..It's NOT the fastest thing out there,topping out about 30kph,..But when other atvs get STUCK!..I am the go to guy,to pull them out..bulletproof so far,and other than replacing a front wheel hub,(it was cracked from the previous owners farm use) problem free.If you want SPEED.the Cub isn't for you...but if you want tough!..reliable,and trustworthy..it's a really good bet. The Kohler 31hp gas engine seems bulletproof so far..I hope this helps your decision..any more questions,just post,I will try and give the lowdown on my ownership so far

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Yes I have the same unit with the 20 hp Cat. Diesel engine.  it's been good . I use it in the fall for hunting and winter for snow removal.   you want a local person to service it.  as the dealer is quite expensive.

It's hauled everything. !   it's built a little heavier than your average UTV.  

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43 minutes ago, redwood61 said:

Yes I have the same unit with the 20 hp Cat. Diesel engine.  it's been good . I use it in the fall for hunting and winter for snow removal.   you want a local person to service it.  as the dealer is quite expensive.

It's hauled everything. !   it's built a little heavier than your average UTV.  

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cub cadet winter.jpg

What type of lights are on the top

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Thanks  we gir te moose in 2014  t cub spent 4 hours pulling it 10 ft st a time towards the road .  Somewhere are those pictures a once in a life time event.   So its paid its do.  Now go out a get that 10 pointer.  Ps we only count one side in Canada .  Another 40 days and t snow blade goes back on.  Order lots of snow !

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