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Unread 08-21-2013, 06:25 PM   #1
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I've search and found nothing about this. Can anybody help me? Does anybody on here have one? M & M Vehicle Corp 6x4 UTV kit: http://www.mmvehicles.com/6x4-ATUV-K...and-Tires.html

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Unread 08-21-2013, 06:48 PM   #2
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Cool looking but what's the point?
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I've search and found nothing about this. Can anybody help me? Does anybody on here have one? M & M Vehicle Corp 6x4 UTV kit: http://www.mmvehicles.com/6x4-ATUV-K...and-Tires.html

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http://www.mmvehicles.com/6x4-ATUV-K...and-Tires.html

The kit is made by M&M, I followed your link, all the info is there?
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I was wondering if "anyone" on this forum had one. I talked to M&M and they won't even tell you what is in the kit unless your a dealer. It take two carts to make it and it has two Motors, one motor for each set of rear wheels, As for the "point" You can haul a larger load, more hunters. You can run it on one motor, 2wd, or if you get stuck then you can run it with both motors giving you 4 wheel drive. I have 1,000 acre lease and I usually carry at least 4 hunters and five 50 lb sacks of corn in.I also have a lot of water, muddy/marsh areas to go through. I have a Beast 48 cart which can't handle that kind of load. I am looking for something that will do the job better with less trips. The bed would be better suited for carrying stands, work tools when maintaining shooting lanes.

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Maybe you should consider a Polaris ranger crew, will do everything you said and more

If you want to stay electric then http://www.imaginativemfg.com/
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You may want to entertain one of these,

http://www.polaris.com/en-us/ranger-...-gray/features

I'm a big fan of modifying golf carts, but based on what you are trying to accomplish and the associated costs, this may be the best deal?
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Like essness, I am a fan of golf carts and modifying them, hence the reason there are usually four or five running golf carts around my place. HOWEVER, when the job gets too tough for a golf cart, i.e. your situation, I use our Polaris Ranger. Plenty capable of doing everything you are wanting and more. I have no experience with the Ranger EVs, but for roaming 1000 acres you might just want to go gas anyway. My $0.02.
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I was wondering if "anyone" on this forum had one. I talked to M&M and they won't even tell you what is in the kit unless your a dealer. It take two carts to make it and it has two Motors, one motor for each set of rear wheels, As for the "point" You can haul a larger load, more hunters. You can run it on one motor, 2wd, or if you get stuck then you can run it with both motors giving you 4 wheel drive. I have 1,000 acre lease and I usually carry at least 4 hunters and five 50 lb sacks of corn in.I also have a lot of water, muddy/marsh areas to go through. I have a Beast 48 cart which can't handle that kind of load. I am looking for something that will do the job better with less trips. The bed would be better suited for carrying stands, work tools when maintaining shooting lanes.

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