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Well, the 2020 Ranger 1000 replaced the Ranger 900, so I’ll add my pics to the thread!
28x10-14 SunF A047 tires
14” 4+3 Tusk Teton machined beadlock wheels
  • no spacers
  • suspension stock
  • no rubbing issues
*note: SunF likes that we run their tires on our machines, so they provided a promo code “SouthwestORV” for anyone to save 5% on SunF.com orders.
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Wherebouts in AZ are you located? I live in the White Mountains. But I ride all over the state.
Im in Phoenix! I don't make it out towards you often. Mainly do my riding for hunting and scouting purposes which takes me all over the state. We are lucky with all the trails and public land we have. Some amazing country to explore!

Love the new rig! How does it compare to the 900?
 

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Im in Phoenix! I don't make it out towards you often. Mainly do my riding for hunting and scouting purposes which takes me all over the state. We are lucky with all the trails and public land we have. Some amazing country to explore!

Love the new rig! How does it compare to the 900?
Cool! Your pics reminded me of a few places I've ridden in lower desert around the state, plus the AZ ambulance in the background. I use mine for some hunting/scouting as well. I agree, we are very lucky to have so much public land. I love the freedom and elbow room. If you ever have an itch to come up this way, I could show you some cool places and neat trails in the White Mountains.
So yes, we love the new rig. I have not owned a 900, so I cannot speak from that sort of experience. But, about 1.5 years ago I drove a friend's Ranger XP900 Crew with my family on board, and enjoyed it so much I instantly thought "we need one of these". It was fun to have my whole family comfortable and in seat belts. That experience was positive, and inspired this experience we're having now. I will say the 900 felt a little racier and rpm-happy, vs this machine that loves to chug along at low/relaxed rpms.
 
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