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    New Polaris Ranger for our anniversary

    We've (wife and I) been talking for a while about either upgrading our golf cart or getting a ranger. Since this past Wednesday was our 48th anniversary we decided to buy one. We tried out a 2 year old unit with only 920 miles on it for 4 days. It was quite nice but very noisy on the paved rods with the standard lug style tires. We talked to one of our neighbors who had one with mud and snow auto tires on it and it was very quiet in comparison. We then discovered Polaris has a sale on new 2018 models so we asked the dealer to price out a new one configured like the used one we tried out plus an upgrade to 14" wheels and the mud and snow road tires. It was an easy decision to go new at that point. This unit has a full cab, heater, horn, radio, turn signals, wiper and washer and 14" wheels. My wife is quite excited about how well it handles. So now we have to find a buyer for the golf cart.

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    2011 2320 w/R4's, 3rd SCV
    imatch hitch. Soft side cab
    47" front mount snow blower
    200cx FEL w/ 54" dirt bucket - added a 1/2" x 6" DBL Bevel Bolt on Cutting Edge
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    91 STX38 - this was my Father-in-Law's lawn mower

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    Congrats on 48 years, that's great! That's a good way to celebrate it, especially nice to have a wife who is on the same page about such things!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oscar Leroy View Post
    Congrats on 48 years, that's great! That's a good way to celebrate it, especially nice to have a wife who is on the same page about such things!
    Actually it's me that was the holdout on getting the ranger, she's wanted it for quite a while. I just had to make sure we got it configured with the right options.
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    2011 2320 w/R4's, 3rd SCV
    imatch hitch. Soft side cab
    47" front mount snow blower
    200cx FEL w/ 54" dirt bucket - added a 1/2" x 6" DBL Bevel Bolt on Cutting Edge
    42"tined utility bucket w/ grapple
    54" JD 3pt blade w/ hydraulic swivel
    Hydraulic Dump trailer 48" W x 72" L X 24" Deep w/cap of 4500 lbs
    2011 D110 w/ bagger, 42" 2-stage blower
    2016 x380 w/ 48" deep body deck and powerflow bagger
    91 STX38 - this was my Father-in-Law's lawn mower

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    Yeah, I didn't know I needed a 1025r until my wife suggested it. Sounds like they are both keepers.

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