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How Good Are The Polaris Rzr's?

Discussion in 'Off Topic Threads' started by Barry C. Roach, Jan 8, 2012.

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  1. Barry C. Roach

    Barry C. Roach Well-Known Member

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    How Good Are The Polaris Rzr

    Anybody?
     
  2. oz

    oz Active Member

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    go to prcforum.com oz
     
  3. andybull

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    I had one of the first ones, they are fast. Unless all your only concern is speed, you can only fit two people and carry very little on the bed.






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  4. powertrader

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    buy something reliable, almost anything other than polaris.
     
  5. lbshootin

    lbshootin Active Member

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    My 2000 Polaris 325 Sport 2x4 quad has been super reliable...no downtime what-so-ever.....maybe your maintenance schedules and procedures need a relook.......
     
  6. RRA

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    I had a RZR 800 and now have the RZR XP 900. Absolutely fun and zero problems. I have had Honda, Yamaha and Artic Cat. The Polaris machines are some of the most reliable machines I have owned. The worst was Artic Cat. We did have a Honda 400 ex that had no problems. I recommend Polaris without reservation.

    Rod
     
  7. Brian in Oregon

    Brian in Oregon Well-Known Member

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    They seem to have a vowel shortage.
     
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    Barry,

    Good machine. I think you will like the side by side better than the conventional 4 wheeler seating. Be more comfortable with your joint issues.
     
  9. OVBILL

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    I'd buy another one, nice ride, compaired to my ATV

    I slapped in a set of hand controls, a spiner knob good to go,

    and when you have passenger, you can just talk normal while driving a long

    Regards

    Bill
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    P.S. pulled a moose out of the bush this year no problem
     
  10. DoubleAuto

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    My 2005 Ranger has been very reliable. I like the old Ranger better than Rzr if you are going to use it for serious work. The Rzr is strictly a fun machine.
     
  11. Setterman

    Setterman Well-Known Member

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    What Double Auto said. I have a 2004 Ranger and it has been faultless. The Razors sit lower and are not as easy to get in and out. I'd do the Ranger. The small one fits in a pick up bed.
     
  12. Barry C. Roach

    Barry C. Roach Well-Known Member

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    many thanks, folk
     
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