Is I just me, or these things tippy? Maybe im just used to my long travel rhino that was glued to the ground like a brick shit house, but gunned it while turning and ended up on 2 wheels. Crazy!
its just you bro, I know, I was there to. your sure its about to tip, but it wont, unless of course you get off base. it tips about the same time a rzr would, but the feeling of tipping is there earlier on maverick. I have had one over a great deal before, I was sure I was gone, wheels never left ground. change underwear was required however[/QUOTE
I think you're right....this is just a whole new experience compared to a rhino. I do love it though....
That looks fun. Done the back side of Silverwood a bunch of times, but never tried Cleghorn.It's a trail in SoCal called Cleghorn. It's a lot of fun. Lots of rock crawling trails. It's right off the 15 FWY in the Cajon Pass. (San Bernardino)
There is a Cleghorn exit off the 15. The open to the trail is right as you exit (heading north). It's starts at the 15 and ends at the 138 overlooking Silverwood. It's a perfect shakedown trail or if you are looking for a half day or less ride. Lots of options as far as difficulty goes (tame to very difficult).That looks fun. Done the back side of Silverwood a bunch of times, but never tried Cleghorn.
As for the OP, yea, these things do seem a little tippy. My LT Rhino sits 2 inches wider (outside of tires) but I think its just taking some time to get used to it.
I never feared drifting sideways in my Rhino, will take some time to develop the same feeling with this.