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Riding in NE Pa.

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  1. Mudslinger

    Mudslinger Curt SXS Nation Rookie

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    Non. Getting ready to buy a RZR Pro. Currently own Polaris Sportsman 850 Touring.

    Hello, I’m a new member and I don’t even own a sxs! I joined in hopes of getting some information on what to buy. I currently own a Polaris Sportsman 850 Touring with power steering. I love it but my girlfriend doesn’t. It’s a two up and very uncomfortable for her on the back of the seat. So I’m going to buy a side by side. I like the Polaris product and am considering the XP Pro Ultimate. I’m looking for power and comfort. I think with their new active Dynamix suspension system, along with their 1000 cc turbo, it should meet my desires. My big question is, for those who ride in NE Pa, is a 64” wide too wide for the trails in this area? I’ve looked at the 50” wide models, but I don’t like the smaller tires. I like to ride thru mud and woods. I just recently retired and am considering hauling it to other parts of the country.
     
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    Rockin Ronnie Ron Moderator

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    Welcome to the Nation Curt !

    I would go to a dealer and ride a few. Sometimes 1 ride will sell or turn you away from a machine if all you plan on doing is to ride it then the RZR will be a good machine if you plan on using it for anything else then look at the General go luck on your search
     
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