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rope

Sergeant of the Hide
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May 25, 2007
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Alaska
Can am Defender 6x6, ranch bumper, winch and 30” Outback Max.

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It will be interesting to see how the Defender far over the Polaris 6x6 I have used the last three seasons.

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Aescobar17

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Dec 10, 2018
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HD 10 Defender Max on 30” Libertys. Nothing too crazy, but it does everything we need it to.
 
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Aescobar17

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rope

Sergeant of the Hide
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May 25, 2007
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I have no use for the 6x6 in my neck of the woods, but I’m damn sure jealous of the 6’ bed. I bought my machine in 2017 before the Pro was released.
Most states I lived in, one could make do with a two wheel drive truck. But here in Alaska we don’t have the road system the 48 has and the 6x6 fills a niche. They are really shocking the places you can go with it loaded to the gills.

The dealer had the pro, that under-bed tool box is nice.
 
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Aescobar17

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Most states I lived in, one could make do with a two wheel drive truck. But here in Alaska we don’t have the road system the 48 has and the 6x6 fills a niche. They are really shocking the places you can go with it loaded to the gills.

The dealer had the pro, that under-bed tool box is nice.
I run a few different places that are 20-50k acres of unadulterated ranch land. 4x4 is a necessity, but these 30” Libertys and some decent clearance is enough to get me through or around anything I need to. It’s usually hard packed with steep inclines etc though. Not swampy tundra or bayou where 6x6 would be beneficial.
 
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