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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 06-19-2011, 08:45 PM Thread Starter
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Out with the Old.....In with the New.

Sellin the REX... Got me a new 900 XP

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.......PRICE IS NEGOTIONABLE.......

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congrats on your new bike going to get rid of my 2010 teryx for one when i get home.
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I'd like to get one but it's too wide for the trails I ride around here...now if I had all the money in the world I would have it as well... Congrats, it's a nice machine.
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let us have your honest opinion about it after you have had it for about 6 months or so

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Thanks guys. Honestly....the XP RIPS.

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Yeah im sure it rips but a freind of mine is constantly breaking drive train parts and other suspension parts all the time

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Yeah im sure it rips but a freind of mine is constantly breaking drive train parts and other suspension parts all the time
Thak sucks. So far no problems (fingers crossed). Getting ready to do my first oil change and service. By just looking at it, It looks a lot easier to work on or do maintanace on. The REX is a H U G E PITA to do anything to. Only time will tell.

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I sold my Tyrex and bought a RZR S so far 800+ miles and zero problems. I miss the power of the Teryx but more than made up for it in everything else.

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I had the opportunity to ride a RZR XP and I have to admit that it is one FAST SxS. Another thing I like is that it sounds a bit like a sports bike. But the rear A-AArms look a bit puny compared to the RZR S. I think Polaris should of made them a bit beefier.

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I'm sorry but you guy's must be made of money. I can buy two Rex, ride one and have one for a spare, for the price of one Can-Am. The CA may be all that, but still $18,000 I think I would buy a used Jeep if all I wanted was to go faster. Now the Raz there just too small for most people, fast or not when your uncomfortable riding is no fun, let alone their history to costing a ton in repairs. I just don't understand, but it your money. have fun
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