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Old 03-14-2012, 10:32 PM   #1
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Looking to get a Polaris RZR UTV. Is there any advantage to getting the 50" wide version vs. the wider 60" version? Are the trails in the area limited to 50" wide machines?
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yes most trails around here are limited to 50"..
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Someone on this board was at Squoodies party 50CC last month he had bought the 50i RZR as it would fit in the back of his truck.

I was not aware of a trail limit, except the Sam Houston Forest which as I recall is 48"

I have a Honda rancher , far cry from a razor, but there is somethng positive to be said for havng a smaller machine in tight trails
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Is the driver's seat adjustable in the RZR? I want my son to be able to drive it also.
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Skip the RZR and get a Can Am Commander !
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Looking to get a Polaris RZR UTV. Is there any advantage to getting the 50" wide version vs. the wider 60" version? Are the trails in the area limited to 50" wide machines?
If you go to some places like Colorado, the trails that are marked for cycles/ATV only actually have a metal gate with metal posts that are 50" wide preventing anything larger than an "ATV" from entering between them.
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