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    Let's see some Gators at WORK ...there are some,aren't there ??!?!??

    I'll just bet there are a few owners here actually use their vehicles in a 'less than sterile' environment at least occasionally (given all of the pics shown ,the majority are 'waxed & worshiped'-lol) So, I'll start off with a pic of my trusty 'ol '08 620i taken just yesterday( or,was it last Fall? It's not important,it's that 'clean' most of the time).

    So,to paraphrase that old childhood invitation-"If you'll show me yours....." Let's see 'em 'on the job' (not on the "pedestal").
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    good thread--but my gator the 835R is more just a leisurely riding around the mountain just for sight seeing, or visiting the neighbors when their outside.

    i did plow a good bit of snow this winter with it, but u know the most of it(snow plowing) was done at my aunt and uncle's place. as he went in to the pital for a double heart bypass, so i watched their dog's and kitty cat's, plus their house and buildings for almost 2 weeks, till i fell down my basement steps, then i was out of commission.

    here's a couple of picsi think this was our first snow of the yr i think
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    Me, ready for work...

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    So handy use it about every day
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    I found an old picture of our CX...

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    My kid uses ours for getting in wood. Can carry more than the 955 bucket. But not as handle to unload.


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    Doing some tree work....
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    My Electric Gator had fire wood hauling duties at the last property...and because it had no fuel fumes it could just stay in the attached garage and be unloaded incrementally. I did make a trailer for it to double the load capacity for brush cleanup and similar chores... Pictures below:

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    [QUOTE=Gizmo2;3213338]Me, ready for work...


    Is that the legendary XUV 560 Gizmo?
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