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#6204764 - 02/29/16 09:58 PM Lease Vehicle
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I am needing to get a cheap vehicle for getting around the leases, filling feeders, and retrieving deer and to keep from tearing up my daily driver. The conditions are mostly muddy and not as much hills/creek crossings. What have you all had good luck with? I am trying to keep it in a $3k budget if possible.

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#6204989 - 03/01/16 07:27 AM Re: Lease Vehicle [Re: CaterpillarMan10]
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You should be able to find a used UTV in that price range.
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#6205053 - 03/01/16 08:06 AM Re: Lease Vehicle [Re: CaterpillarMan10]
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http://texashuntingforum.com/forum/ubbthreads.php/ubb/showflat/Number/6204594/Searchpage/1/Main/492833/Words/Rattle+can/Search/true/Re:_FS_91_Bronco_(rattle_can_c#Post6204594

This is a good deal.

I would look for a Cherokee, NOT a grand Cherokee but just a regular one. Solid front axle A/C and Heat. You should be as to find one under your listed price
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#6205111 - 03/01/16 08:43 AM Re: Lease Vehicle [Re: CaterpillarMan10]
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Depending on the type of mud, an ATV may be suited best, so don't rule that out. Obviously, they are lighter and wont sink/make deep ruts as bad as a UTV or light truck/suv. If there's a bottom to the mud, whatever is confortable. up

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