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jwfirebird

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was guessing, really doesn't matter even if its 1000, the truck gets 10 pulling that and 100 g x $3 is 300 gas plus week of hotel and food once you add the 4 days and weekend probably over a thousand really cant justify that for a weekend ride

if it was in wv I could go in one day and half the miles makes it something you could do in a long weekend
 
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DG Rider

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was guessing, really doesn't matter even if its 1000, the truck gets 10 pulling that and 100 g x $3 is 300 gas plus week of hotel and food once you add the 4 days and weekend probably over a thousand really cant justify that for a weekend ride

if it was in wv I could go in one day and half the miles makes it something you could do in a long weekend
That's the thing for me. Even the Utah one is a day's drive, and simply can't afford to miss the work most times. Not even getting into the gas, food, lodging, etc.
 

jwfirebird

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they could move it every year one year wv next out west somewhere, seems like that would get more people
 
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jwfirebird

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had our last trail ride sat over 30 machines, a couple x3s now, ranger trails, 2 pioneers and a bunch of can am and polaris quads. shes finally riding pretty decent when i have the saw and box with coolers and hitches and crap left in the back all the time, really doesnt accelerate any different.

had been really rainy here first pic is like most loads wet ash or maple is really heavy but still feels like plenty of travel.

second is yesterday, trailer is solid metal mobil home axle and thick steel, intended for my tractor which is what i used to use when i had the rhino especially this time of year when the ground is soft. the pioneer has had no problem pulling it or backing up to the house, dont know if its the heavy suspension or what handles heavy crap way better than my rhino did

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Russ989

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had our last trail ride sat over 30 machines, a couple x3s now, ranger trails, 2 pioneers and a bunch of can am and polaris quads. shes finally riding pretty decent when i have the saw and box with coolers and hitches and crap left in the back all the time, really doesnt accelerate any different.

had been really rainy here first pic is like most loads wet ash or maple is really heavy but still feels like plenty of travel.

second is yesterday, trailer is solid metal mobil home axle and thick steel, intended for my tractor which is what i used to use when i had the rhino especially this time of year when the ground is soft. the pioneer has had no problem pulling it or backing up to the house, dont know if its the heavy suspension or handles heavy crap way better than my rhino did

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The 700 is one tough SOB!
 

William

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Planting day at camp. 1250 pounds of seed and fertilizer. Add two grown people and a full cooler plus other random tools. Bout 1700 pounds. Up hills, through mud, no problems at all. The zillas everyone said are weak held up perfectly!
Forgot weight of trailer. Maybe 400 pounds?
With almost flat tires LoL!
So approximately 2100 pounds.... wow...

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William

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look like fun, atv tires on utv probably see it down the road more likely, faster wear and separation of tread blocks
I will just bet they are tougher and rated for more than the stock tires though. But I wish they would wear out... I want some radials...
 
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