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Just viewing some YouTubes of Rangers hill climbing and impressed how the 6x6, appears completely stock navigates up the hill.
On the newer model 6x6's, the middle two axles are the same L & R, the rear axles are different L & R and different than the middle axles (so the 6x6 has 3 different rear axles). None of the axles on the 6x6 are the same as the 4x4. It's stupid, but not surprising for Polaris.Anyone know if these have the same springs and axles that a 4 wheel ranger has. Vid seems to put a huge load on independant axles when others are off the ground. Springs on this don't seem to collapse when binding down off center.
Where at in the hill country? I'm right on the edge of it. Bro in law has a place in Llano north of the airport. Awesome country.I've been surprised how well a stock 4 wheel ranger climbs hills. I have a Jeep on 37's that I take up to the hill country, and my wife followed me with my ranger 900, and my buddy and his wife on their ranger 900 and rzr 900. They have no problem keeping up with me. It's crazy.