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post #1 of 13 Old July 25th, 2012, 12:21 PM Thread Starter
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Well I have owned my rzr 570 2 1/2 months. I use it on a farm it has near to 1400 miles on it. Hearing some sounds in the back end took it in and the rear hubs are shot. The shocks are shot. Also have a half shaft that is shot. Polaris is supposedly going to warranty everything but I need something more reliable that needs to last me more then 2 months. It has taken the dealership 2 weeks to fix it I'm not really wanting to bring it in in another 2 months with the same problems. I need something reliable that will last me atleast a year anyone know if the s or the xp will hold up better or is the new gator rsx the way to go?

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sorry to say this, yamaha rhino
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not fast, not sporty, but tough
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For farm work I would look at the Honda Big red. Hondas are known to last longer than just about anything working on farms.
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For farm use I would consider a can-am commander 1000 XT. An actual bed like a truck that dumps and excellent towing capacity...
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honda big red for what you are talking about.
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For farm work I would look at the Honda Big red. Hondas are known to last longer than just about anything working on farms.
X3. Gfs dad has one. Not fast. Heavy. And wide. But tough and good hauling capacity. Still capable to ride. But isnt as comfortable on the trails like a rzr

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3700 miles on an 08 ranger...farm use, belt is the only thing we've ever done to it.. Never been real impressed with the Rhino's or big reds.. would like to try a Can am though... Kubota, RTV if you want a tractor. But they suck in mud and ride like a lumber wagon.
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I don't use it for towing or anything just to check pumps or starting up handlines. Jumping over the pivot tracks to start the pivot. I also ride on the weekends up in the mountains. Do ya think the wheel bearings will go out again this fast? I have read a few forums of polaris not oiling up the rear bearings if thats the case it should fix the issue? I only have a 6 month warranty on it because I figured I would have no problems with it.

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Remember, you can buy extended warranty on the rzr in the 6 months you own it.

I was told so, and am thinking about it, even though I only had a minor issue with heat distorting/melting the rear plastic by the muffler.

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depends on the type of riding on how fast stuff wears out. i have 800 miles and have already changed bearings, lower ball joints, and bushings.
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I f you use it primarily on a farm , definitely a Gator, Kubota, even a Mule. I would even prefer a diesel for that use.


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Well I have owned my rzr 570 2 1/2 months. I use it on a farm it has near to 1400 miles on it. Hearing some sounds in the back end took it in and the rear hubs are shot. The shocks are shot. Also have a half shaft that is shot. Polaris is supposedly going to warranty everything but I need something more reliable that needs to last me more then 2 months. It has taken the dealership 2 weeks to fix it I'm not really wanting to bring it in in another 2 months with the same problems. I need something reliable that will last me atleast a year anyone know if the s or the xp will hold up better or is the new gator rsx the way to go?
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