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Polaris 6x6 #5928017 09/14/15 05:10 PM
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Looking at buying an older 6x6 425cc Polaris with the dump bed. Anybody have one / use one? Just lookoing for pros/cons and general opinions. Seems like a pretty good deal; just wondering about practicality in the field.

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I have a 2007 6x6 it is great. Never have high centered it. It can go anywhere you want to go. I don't know what we would do without it.


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Uncle has one of the older model 4x6's. We worked the hell out of that thing and it has been relatively trouble free. Only problem we ever had was old gas once or twice because he left it sitting too long.


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