Oh believe it...I am reminding him in so many times and ways; "Do you have your strap on?"Well, there you go... The Polaris lost a roof!!! Perspective. Nothing used is going to be perfect. Now you've got ammo on your buddy. There's a running joke there somewhere. Enjoy it.
If I might add, I'm a Ford guy but if I based the quality of Ford on the used Explorer I recently bought, and all the little gremlins that came with it along with the added expense I have, I would not think as highly of Ford. If we only knew the way the previous owners treated/mistreated these units... I hope you get your gremlins figured out and enjoy your Teryx more.
BTW, you do carry a tow strap with your buddy's name on it, don't you?
We went for a little ride yesterday on some private property I have permission to use. There are no established trails from ATV's, but a few heavily trafficked deer trails that keep the undergrowth cleared and a well defined path. While traveling up the hillside with he following me with a rather deep ditch to the right and a steep 20' embankment to the left; he slipped off the edge to the left with his left side wheels; getting stuck; sitting on the frame . While it was too steep for me to pull him up off the edge; I did have some tow straps and ratchets I was able to keep his machine form going over the edge with the help of some trees to tie onto. Then using his winch we got it back up on solid ground. So, new "ammo" of at least helping by the Teryx having supplies on board. His name isn't on it yet; but I have some nice markers which will literally add his name and Polaris well marked for all to see. This has helped improve my Teryx appreciation with being able to fit in places he could not due to his Polaris being wider than Teryx. More enjoyment from Teryx now.
Hey hello Ford guy. I have a 2017 F250 Lariat 4WD club cab 6.7 diesel I bought used. I have only bought one new vehicle in my life, and after that new one swore I would never do so again with the loss of value so fast and payments so long. 48 months long; those 40+ years ago. I have owned many different brands of used trucks and cars over the years and had to work out bugs in all of them. I am not sure why I expected the Teryx to be different, but I am coming around to I have to do the same with it and work out the bugs. Thanks to y'all for bringing me back to reality.