Utility Vehicle Poll - Page 2 - The Combine Forum
View Poll Results: What Is Your Utility Vehicle Of Choice For Your Farm?
Utility Sport ATV 37 32.74%
Side By Side 54 47.79%
Pick Up Truck 20 17.70%
Golf Cart 0 0%
Good old fashioned Wheelbarrow 1 0.88%
Other? If you have somthing different you use share it in the thread. 1 0.88%
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post #11 of 21 (permalink) Old 09-14-2011, 11:22 AM
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I use Nissan D21 pickups. Cheaper than the other utes and I can go to Regina with them if I want in heat, rain, snow or any other condition.

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I have to units that I use Yamaha Kodiak 450 and a early 90's Ranger 4x4. The quad gets used when I need to move cattle and the Ranger for bigger jobs. The Ranger was around half the price of the quad.


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Polaris Ranger
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Got a Polaris X2 800. Best of both worlds. Small dump box on the back room for one passenger, if you need to double, seat folds out of the box and its a two up. The box is great for putting tools, grease gun or whatever in the back when running around the yard or out to the field.
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08 teryx this thing is a blast , just wish it had a better roof design !
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BRP = Bombardier Recreational Products or they are called CAN-AM now I guess.
Same people that make SKI-DOO
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650 John deere quad, bombardier, just about 6000 miles on it. 2 sets of tires, few belts, and alot of factory recalls/warrenty work. Probably the toughest one i have had, i love that machine, really stands up to stuff we put it through on the farm, plus fooling around^^ Also have a 4300 utility tractor that does everything, mowing grass, blowing snow, to running the auger at harvest.
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smaller tractor with loader and backhoe. great for a lot of jobs!!
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polaris ranger 800 and for bigger jobs a 97 jeep grand cherokee i bought with the back end wrecked for $800.i use it without the back seat and tail gate.that thing will go threw mud 2feet deep
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We ran Polaris rangers a couple years ago didnt really hold up so we got a xuv that one seems to be holding up okay we have 2 gators now and they new has nothing but problems (old one is 2011 new is a 2013 both 825) the new one is on its second engine now the transmission is out of it so we have a new ranger on the way to try those again. But all this depends on how you use them, here we get our money out of them! Both gators have about 15000 miles of getting the sh*t out of them for every mile

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