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Jason Dunn
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« on: February 19, 2017, 10:52:29 am »

I have a 2014 Polaris Ranger 900 I use it every day and have had 27" mud tires on it since day one I have had it in bad stuff high water lots of mud it's an beast eats up the mud last hunt I had 6 dogs 4 kids and 3 adults on it but man its a lot of maintenance so far I've replaced rear bearings one drive shafts one belt it needs front bearings new u joints in the prop shafts and now the gear box for the power steering is wore out got a lot of slop in it I believe it would benifit with a primary clutch rebuild I think next time I'm gonna look closer at the Pioneer and the new mule. I don't know what's up with the wheel bearing hope I get more life out of the aftermarket ones but it will fly and sling the mud and rides like a dream maybe I ride it too hard but heck I got it to use. Buddy of mine has an old pioneer don't know the year but most of the plastics tore off no brakes been sunk 2x still rolling I don't care for the belt on the Ranger but I haven't seen a transmission on a ranger go out I would like to know how dependable that pioneer transmission is would much rather change a few belts over a new transmission.
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