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Old 05-10-2018, 09:27 AM
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I was wondering if you know who builds this Cub Cadet. I ask as I wonder if there will be more models coming like 6 wheeled hi capacity machines or even a trail machine.

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Old 05-15-2018, 10:44 AM
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The chassis is manufactured/assembled by Hi-Sun and the rest is built/assembled in TN. Not sure if they have other plans for additional vehicles but I have nothing but good things to say about my 750 so far.
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It looks like it will be a solid workhorse for you. It looks a lot like a Can-Am Commander. Not as much power though but more than enough for what you plan to use it for. Its in the same range as the older Rhinos and most of those are still going strong. They weren't speed demons but had plenty of power for trail riding if you chose to do some of that too. Its probably geared and clutched to give good low end power where you want it.
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Old 05-16-2018, 07:05 AM
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It looks like it will be a solid workhorse for you. It looks a lot like a Can-Am Commander. Not as much power though but more than enough for what you plan to use it for. Its in the same range as the older Rhinos and most of those are still going strong. They weren't speed demons but had plenty of power for trail riding if you chose to do some of that too. Its probably geared and clutched to give good low end power where you want it.
I agree - for me it's a true utility vehicle for working around our property. The fact that it tops out at somewhere between 45 and 50 MPH doesn't really have any impact. The speed limit on our road is 25 anyway although I've pushed it to 35 with the plow on it. Seems solid so far.
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