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hi everybody, just joined the forum. i want to purchase side by side, thought i wanted a polaris ranger until i looked at the teryx. seems to me the teryx may be the better machine, except for load carrying capacity, and pulling ability. but, i sure do like the seats better in the teryx, and the v twin.

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Welcome depending on what you are going to use it for the Teryx is a hard machine to beat in my opinion. Keep us updated on which one you get.

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Hey my friend, great to have you with us, look forward to seeing you around often.

Any plans for your machine? What ultimately are you going to use your machine for?

Just a thought, however, the Ranger has a twin as well...I will agree the bucket seats are nice in my opinion than the bench.




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ranger OR teryx

decisions/decisions

think i got it figured out. i'll get the teryx for my son and the ranger for me and my wife. i put me first cause i'll drive the most. maybe i'll just drive all the time.

we live in alaska, so got plenty of trails, many more than i know about.

thank ya all for the welcome.

plans for the machine: blade for moving snow, moose hunting, haulin wood, fishin, exploring; therefore i lean towards the ranger, more of a work horse.

have a good day,
tom.....................

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