There have been so many forum members waiting for the end of the stop sale and the homecoming of their Mules I wanted us to celebrate it "finally" starting to come to an end.
I thought it would be fun to have a place to share photographs and info on our new arrivals.
Please post a photo and any information you would care to share about accessories, etc.
I would love to start things off but alas, my Mule is still stuck in Stop Sale Purgatory. Lol!
By Peter Hiross
I've been toying with pickup a side-by-side for a while now and I'm hoping to get some advise from folks here. I live in Colorado and we have land @ 9500 ft. I plan on using the utv for hunting, general work around the property and of course fun riding trails. I'd like to keep the costs down no more than 17K if possible. What's the track record for Tracker UTV. Are they reliable? I like the SVX 1000 but I am Leary as I've head they have problems. I also been looking at the Yamaha wolverine X2 XT-R. I like the Tracker for the price and horsepower and the larger cargo bed. I want something reliable than can start in cold weather. The wolverine seems to have everything I want except maybe a little light on the horsepower. Not sure if power diminishes with altitude but I can tell you at 10,000 our generators are about 1/2 capacity. Yamaha also has a $1500.00 rebate and I can pick up the unit @ $13,999.00 which will beat the tracker and the wolverine will have a sun roof and winch already included. I know Yamaha engines are good but not sure of everything else. Thoughts anyone? Thanks in advance!
This weekend we took the Hisun 250 out for some hill climbs at Sycamore Creek outside of Phoenix. The machine hooked up better than I thought. I’m 185lbs and it had no problem climbing the small and medium hills. The 2” lift helped a ton along with the 22” rear tires that came stock on the 2018 models. There was a lot of grip climbing and enough power to pull some cool donuts in the loose stuff. Good times so far.
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