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Work and Utility

Models and products of utility ATVs and UTVs required for heavy work use.  

The New Mahindra UTV's are here to stay!

Our dealers are primarily Ag dealers, so you won't see them carrying multiple brands of atvs, dirt bikes or sport oriented Side x Sides. But, better than that, they'll be factory trained, servicing dealers with parts on the shelf and quick access to any
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Introducing the new Mahindra Retriever: built tough from the ground up in the US to tackle any task or terrain. No wonder Mahindra makes the Toughest Utility Vehicles on Earth.oughest Utility Vehicles on Earth.

New Model Test - Day of the Diesel

Testing Kawasaki's Diesel Powered Mule Pro
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John Arens
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Kawasaki may not have the largest lineup of ATVs and Side x Sides but without fail, the models they do offer all carry three important traits. Across the board the Kawasaki ATVs and Side x Sides are rugged, reliable, and extremely versatile. They’re ready for work or play, and they’ll never let you down.

First Ride - The High Road

We Test Can-Am's New Defender
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John Arens
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The saying is, “Old habits die hard.” Can-Am engineers learned that feeling well when three years ago development work began on a new model that was to be unlike anything they’d built before. Still, there would be some similarities; the new model would need excellent power, first class styling, and manufacturing excellence. It was not all unfamiliar territory, but rather than for racing across the desert or dunes, the new model was aimed squarely at what had been the domain of the Polaris Ranger.

Product Test - The Good Path

Hoelscher's Li'l Spike - Your Best Shot at Good Grades
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Moxie Karasek
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We always have work to do around the yard or farm, and a couple times a year that includes grading the drive to take out the holes that somehow develop on their own for no apparent reason. In the past that has meant a rake and shovel, but it’s darn near impossible when the drive is one step below the hardness of concrete. Thankfully, we’ve finally solved that problem and now we’ve got a tool that makes it a whole lot easier.

Work and Trail Tested - Working Class Dream Machine

Testing the Cub Cadet Volunteer 4x4 EFI
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Staff
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Cub Cadet is a company that was formed over five decades ago to serve the American dream.  The rapidly swelling ranks of post war baby boomers were moving to the suburbs and country by the millions and buying homes with plenty of grass for kids, dogs, or playing catch.  Between the picket fences and the front porch though, there was a lot of grass to cut and snow to push, and nothing could be more rural than a small tractor in their small field to get the job done.

Field Tested - The Woods Powr-Grip Light System

The Light at the End, Middle, and Start of the Tunnel
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Our point of light, Rick Engle
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Woods Powr-Grip has been making tools for lifting and maneuvering difficult to grip pieces such as glass, stone, metal, etc. for almost 50 years.  Their gripping tools can be found working away on automotive assembly lines, installing glass panels on new skyscrapers, and even in the car repair shop pulling dents from body panels.  If you’ve got a tough surface to work with, they’ve got a tool that can get the job done.

Field Tested - The 2012 Polaris Ranger XP 800

The Machine that Changed the Game
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John Arens
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No machine has played a bigger role or has had more impact for a wider variety of owners than the Polaris Ranger.  Before the Ranger, John Deere’s Gator and Kawasaki’s Mule were about the only choice for any serious, work capable utility vehicle.  Both the Gator and the Mule were solid performers on the farm or the job site, but weekend recreation was not their domain or even much of a consideration.  The new Ranger, however, offered the ability to haul everything from bricks to hay bales all week and camping, hunting, or fishing gear all weekend.

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