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Cletis

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Recently read an article that Polaris was coming out with an 850 fourwheeler with airless tires for the low, low price of $14,999 !!! Since I don't buy lottery tickets, I don't see one in my future! Or any other 15k thousand dollar fourwheeler.

Cletis
 

TOMLESCOEQUIP

Just Plinkin Away the $$
Recently read an article that Polaris was coming out with an 850 fourwheeler with airless tires for the low, low price of $14,999 !!! Since I don't buy lottery tickets, I don't see one in my future! Or any other 15k thousand dollar fourwheeler.

Cletis

Nothing new here........My 4 wheelers tires are airless about every time I go to use it !
 

bczoom

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I could see that price for a nice Ranger but for an ATV, that's way too much.
 

muleman

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That is crazy high priced for a 4 wheeler. You can buy a decent Kubota that will do a lot of things in comfort for that price.
 

JimVT

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I gave 16 for my 855d gator.
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marchplumber

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WOW! This explains why I do NOT have a four wheeler or side by side. That's a LOT of moola! Nice stuff, but too rich for my blood.

God bless,
Tony
 

Vicsvw

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You might try replacing the fluid in the radiator with a product that runs cooler then water, Make sure its not running lean (carb rich or lean mixture)or timing is not to far advanced. Vic.
 

Snowtrac Nome

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the 250 Suzuki's are free air cooled if it's getting too hot look for too lean f.a. mix or a plugged exhaust the old Suzuki mufflers were prone to rotting out on the inside before they rotted on the outside. I essentially burned 2 up before moving to a king quad with external oil cooler also check valve clearance the intake valve face was prone to erosion and would tighten up your clearance I always liked to hear a little tick from the intake valve.
 

Doc

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i would love to have a razor but just cant justify the price
I liked the Razor also ...till I saw the price. :eek: A friend had a new Can-Am, (Like a Razor) at my place for a visit and to check out my trails. I got to drive the Can-Am. Very comfy. Very nice bucket seats.

My slightly used Kubota RTV would go everywhere the Can-Am would and I got it used for less than 1/2 the price of the Can-Am. RTV's even have the hydraulic dump. New they cost right up there with a Razor or Can-Am, but the RTV's have been out since 2004. RTV900's have a 3 cylinder diesel engines. And will run for thousands of hours. Lots of well taken care used ones out there for 1/2 the price of the Razor or Can-Am type vehicles. One of the best deals out there in my opinion.

My unprofessional opinion, RTV's are more for work, but can be used for fun. Razor's and Can-Am's are more for fun on the trails and can probably out do the RTV on the really rough stuff.

some pics of each ..first Polaris Razor, then Can-Am then RTV.
 

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JimVT

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I drove the can am it is nice for play and comfort but 400 lb pay load. I also has the all electric one on my place . I was really impressed with it. lots of safety features and electronics. one is only limited power until you buckle the belt.
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