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I have probably put 100 miles of paved road driving on my 1025R, transporting brush to a community burn pile or to the horse manure dump. I don't do it any longer since I bought a Kawasaki Mule for those tasks. The route is the same, over and over, about 2 miles one way. The road looks perfectly smooth, and it feels perfectly smooth driving over the same asphalt paved route in my Lexus or even my 3/4 ton pickup.

But to both the tractor and the Mule, the road is not perfectly smooth, Both bounce along certain parts of the road, even though the Mule has a suspension and the tractor does not. So, my idea is that their short wheelbases and small tires feel and react to the irregularities in the pavement that the eye doesn't see.
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