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Hello all, I just found this site while researching the '19 X2 R spec I just bought and thought I would introduce myself. I live on a farm/ranch in north central KS. Wheat, corn, soybeans, milo, alfalfa and 200 cow/calf pairs. My wife is a school teacher and we have a daughter in her 5th year architecture program at K State and our son in his second year Ag Tech at NCK Vo-Tech. I just got this Wolverine to replace a '09 Rhino that has had 13000 hard miles here on the farm. I look forward to learning about it from you guys here.
 
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North central KS is Smith Center? I hunt bucks there every November!

Do you have any big bucks to hunt on your 200 acres? LOL

P.S. Welcome to the forum!
 
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30 miles east of Smith Center and north to the stateline. There are a few bucks around....... You must be bow hunting or black powder.
 

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Yep bow hunting. Been up that direction once to buy some prime rib from a little market!
 

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Welcome to the forum! Looking forward to hearing more from you.
 

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Finally had time to get a couple pics. Wolverine has a Superior Industries Industries Ranch bed on it from my local dealer. It came with the factory bed also. I kept the Rhino. Thought it would be handy to keep around.
 

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I didn’t even know they had such a bed! Now it’s a sportier version of the Viking!
 
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Thats kinda why I went with the Wolverine. I couldn't get excited about a Viking. They just seem to big to me.

Superior Industries actually make a few different versions of this bed along with a bunch of other stuff.
 
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Around here Rhino's are hard to find. Even a beat up one that's on its last legs will be hard to find and cost more than you think it would. Good call on keeping her!

That's an interesting bed - thanks for sharing. Never seen or even heard of it before.
 

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Welcome, I'm new too. You've probably seen these already, but if not here's what I've found very helpful so far among everything else as well:

 
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