yes I live in a small town with access to miles of trails from my backyard,now that I'm retired I spend most of my time keeping them open,i bought my machine in june of 2015. the polaris I traded for the wolverine had 6,000 miles on it in about a year and a half so yes I get my money worth out of them and it does help to be retired.4k miles wowzers I won't have that many machines on next 5 machines I buy put togther lol.....you def get your money worth out of your machines......I have literally 4 miles on mine in garage in pieces right now lol.....trailcutter do you live in a area where you can ride it to town and everywhere else or all them trail miles and when did you purchase your machine
I had mine serviced at around 2k,the mechanic said it was clean .Now that you have 4000 miles on your machine how many times have you cleaned or service your clutch.? I have a 1600 miles on my Wolverine and just thinking about the first service that's why I'm asking
Agreed, I have 2200mi on my old Eiger 400 and it still runs like a top. Too many miles to count on other assorted machines.my old Honda foreman has about 9000 miles on it and still has the original battery and rear brakes.also put 1200 hours on a Kubota 900, and 900 hours on an argo and can't remember what I had on my old susukis and have a few old injuries to prove it,i like the safety and comfort of the side x sides the best.