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    Gator 6x4 Going to the hunting place

    I picked up a 6x4 gas that is 10-11 years old at an estate sale this summer. I finally got it all fixed up. Changed all the fluids, filters, drive chains, new RF control arm, hour meter, cooling fan sensor, battery, 1 wheel/tire, etc.

    I also added a brush guard - need to add fender guards.

    I'll post some pics later.

    If anybody has 6x4 questions - I might can answer them after this project.

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    Was putting out 3 tons of corn in the deer feeders.

    Gator was working great until the fuel pump went out.

    Honda 4 wheeler got it back to the hunting camp. I picked up a new fuel pump. $151

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    I have the replacement fuel pump in hand. Going to install it next weekend. I hope this $150 part fixes it. :-)

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    3 ton of corn in the gator? WOW. That little gas engine can move that stuff? Does your version have a roll bar?
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    I was hauling it 500lbs at a time.

    Mine does not have a roll bar, but I have a roof on it so it acts like rollbar.

    I will dig up a picture.

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