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Jason Dunn
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« on: February 21, 2017, 12:13:11 am »

A couple of of my friends also have Rangers all wear out the bearings quick I hope the aftermarket ones hold up better my buddy who has the old Pioneer I spoke of bought a Ranger 900 this year his dad has the Pioneer 1000 and he said the Pioneer is kind of loud in the cab I don't know my 900 is quiet I had a 400 a few years ago and I think the mid size has a little more engine noise because the engines under the seat. The Pioneer 1000 is about 300lb heavier than the Ranger 900 but has a bit more ground clearance seems to be a solid machine does anyone have one of the new mules?
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