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PostSubject: ? For rzr owners   Fri Jan 28, 2011 8:09 am

I'm considering getting a Polaris rzr. I just wonder what people that have like about them over a four wheeler. I love riding my four wheeler but think I would love a rzr just as much. And will not be getting rid of my four wheeler. Ive never drove one so I'm just wanting to know as much as I can about them. I like four wheelin in trucks and on quads. I think the rzr would kinda be like those two wrapped up in one machine
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PostSubject: Re: ? For rzr owners   Fri Jan 28, 2011 11:03 am

I love my sxs. Not a RZR but I think you would love one. I would probably get the S if I was buying a new one. I also said that I would not get rid of my wheeler............and I didn't for a couple of months Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: ? For rzr owners   Fri Jan 28, 2011 11:43 am

Yeah I'm thinking I'll like it better than the four wheeler. I'll probly get a new one and it will be the s. It just seems like the best deal. I found a few good deals on some used ones with alot of aftermarket stuff, but you never know with a used one. I just feel better getting a new one. I'm gon keep my quad I'll let my daughter use it. She likes it and I feel like it's the safest quad out there.
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PostSubject: Re: ? For rzr owners   Fri Jan 28, 2011 11:44 am

mudder wrote:
I'm considering getting a Polaris rzr. I just wonder what people that have like about them over a four wheeler. I love riding my four wheeler but think I would love a rzr just as much. And will not be getting rid of my four wheeler. Ive never drove one so I'm just wanting to know as much as I can about them. I like four wheelin in trucks and on quads. I think the rzr would kinda be like those two wrapped up in one machine
"I own a Rhino" but,my opinion, I got my first wheeler when I was 10 started trail riding at 16 and mud bogging trucks at 17-18 and done this till the first of last year,and I said I'll never own a sxs,just too slow ,too big ect. for 4wheeler trails,now that I have one I'll probably never go back to a wheeler or trucks, it is the best of both worlds IMO, I rode alone or doubled with my wife on a Rincon, and we had our family outings in a Big Chevy,so I got a Rhino were the whole family can go,and still have a little fun........And still loving IT!!! But get what will suit your needs !
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PostSubject: Re: ? For rzr owners   Fri Jan 28, 2011 12:55 pm

Mudder, if you don't ride agressively, and "S" is fine. If you like agressive, even only if occasionally, I would suggest getting a plain jane RZR and one of the heavier aftermarket long travel suspension kits.

I started with a regular LE (fancier paint and decals) with a regular suspension. I now have about 1700 miles on mine and many suspension repairs. So I have now upgraded to a Racer Tech RZ6 long travel kit mounted on Delrin bushings and Elka Elite shocks/springs. I'm still tuning on the shocks but it is a totally different machine. This suspension with do rough terrain unlike anything I have ever seen... and it doesn't need A-arm guards.
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PostSubject: Re: ? For rzr owners   Fri Jan 28, 2011 1:16 pm

RIDE: thats what im thinking best of both worlds. Dan: thats something ill definately consider. Did the wheels work out like you planned. I hope they did.
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PostSubject: Re: ? For rzr owners   Fri Jan 28, 2011 1:18 pm

By the way, we do ride pretty aggresively most of the time.
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PostSubject: Re: ? For rzr owners   Fri Jan 28, 2011 2:03 pm

I had to rework the hubs to make the wheels fit properly, and from there, they have performed exactly as planned... actually better than what I had originally thought. I was really concerned about the clearance in front, but there is about a half inch to spare. The scrub radius is very close to zero, which make steering and control much better than with low offset wheels. Obstacles don't jerk the steering wheel like the original wheels did... very little bump steer. This thing is a dream to drive now.

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PostSubject: Re: ? For rzr owners   Fri Jan 28, 2011 2:10 pm

good im glad they worked out. sounds like thats what i need to do, when i get my rzr. i still have the other set. i guess i need to hang on to them just in case.
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