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My son just purchased property that abuts mine which is separated by a creek. I started looking for a utility vehicle that was work oriented and would allow me to cross to my son’s property.

i purchased this yesterday.
2006 6x6 with 1200 hours.
I’m the third owner.

Travis

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Nice...... How does it run ? Keep that swingarm well greased or it will freeze up solid. Zerks are on each side of it..
 

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Seems to run good. Looks like there are quite a few zerks to keep greased on this machine ;). Thanks for the info.
 

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My son just purchased property that abuts mine which is separated by a creek. I started looking for a utility vehicle that was work oriented and would allow me to cross to my son’s property.

i purchased this yesterday.
2006 6x6 with 1200 hours.
I’m the third owner.

Travis

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My son just purchased property that abuts mine which is separated by a creek. I started looking for a utility vehicle that was work oriented and would allow me to cross to my son’s property.

i purchased this yesterday.
2006 6x6 with 1200 hours.
I’m the third owner.

Travis

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Welcome to PRC, looks to be in excellent condition.
 

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Nice machine. I've always wondered just how bad the terrain has to be to warrant one of those six wheel Rangers. Very glad I won't find that kind of terrain around me. Enjoy it. Looks like you could be virtually unstoppable.
 
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