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Discussion in 'The Duck Hunters Forum' started by Cliner, Apr 13, 2020.
The was a pretty good review of the Roxor in last month's American Hunter magazine.
Those Roxors look cool, and apparently still have a lot of the old Jeep CJ engineering involved since they were produced under license by Mahindra for years. Only iffy thing looks like the weight... about 2X the other options already mentioned.
Yeah they are quite heavy which likely means it's quite robust but could certainly be an issue depending on use.
BIL bought a Pioneer either last year or the year before. I dont use it much, but in the amount of time I have, I would not hesitate to recommend one. The price tag on his seemed pretty steep, but its a nice machine.
I have been looking at the kubota’s myself. I have not meet anyone that has had a bad experience with one.
Farmer friend has a Kubota diesel and has no complaints but I think the OP was wanting seating for 4.
I like my Polaris Ranger - just out of factory the strator wire was loose so wouldn't charge battery and then at 2 years starter solenid went out. Nothing much, I like my Ranger a lot, I just think in mud we run having the Honda transmission would be nice but when I looked price wise didn't make sense. Only other thing I wish ranger did was have better under frame covering as run lots of mud and it is a pain to clean. Going to try and remedy that this summer with underbody kit
Sounds exactly like my brother and his buddies; to say they abuse stuff is an understatement. They'll go buy a brand new $20k rig, spend several thousand more on mods, then go tear it up as soon as they can make it to the woods. Thousands in damage over a weekend of riding is just par for the course.
Of course most are young single oil field hands making good money; they seem to fade out as they get older or married.