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Discussion Starter · #21 ·
ya , to get u by for now till new trailer , u could air down tires ,make smaller wooden wheels if ur handy , or a shorter cage or chop ur top, while ur at it u can soften up the suspension some and that will help a hair or to , they say it needs to be done anyways lol
LOL are you serious about the wooden wheels? All I keep picturing is wooden wheels on the wooden ramp door. Would you have enough traction to drive it in the trailer?
 

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Andy on here puts wooden wheels on the front of his Mav to get it in an 18' toyhauler! You could do the front, and then air down the rear.
 

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It fit in the trailer no problem. Had to let all the air out of the back tires. Got the X for 16600 out the door roof and doors and front bumper included.
I feel like I did pretty good on it considering the first offer (their best price) was 18700 no roof or doors or bumper.
 

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I just paid $14,200 for the unit, plus taxes and doc fees. I got the dealer to eat the cost of the assembly = $350, first service = $399. Taxes were $852 (6% Idaho State Tax) So OTD was $15,067. I also got 2.90% financing on the remainder of what owed after down payment from BRP. Plus the 18 month extended B.E.S.T. warranty.

I got a pretty good deal on the rear BRP bed liner, BRP harness bar and Pro Armor soft top as well (all together I paid $375)
 
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