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    2015 Bobcat 3650

    Bobcat Company has added to its 2015 UTV lineup with the introduction of the new 3600 and 3650 hydrostatic-drive models.

    The utility vehicles feature a new 24-horsepower Kohler diesel engine – the same engine used to power the 2015 3400 and 3400XL models.

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      Polaris-Ranger-DARPA

      The Limited Edition DARPA Polaris Ranger XP 900 EPS and GEM electric vehicles will be used as part of the DARPA Robotics Challenge (DRC) Finals to be held June 5-6, at the Fairplex, in Pomona, Calif.

      The Challenge Finals will have robots perform a number of tasks in a continuous course, simulating what might be encountered in a real disaster situation. DARPA will use the Ranger XP 900 EPS to help demonstrate a robot’s ability to operate and to egress from a vehicle, since they are among the tools commonly on hand in disaster zones.

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        ATV Tire Pressure

        Tire pressure can play a key role in the traction, ride quality, and handling of your ATV.  It’s something that should be checked before every ride for safety and to help achieve optimum performance.

        Knowing what tire pressure to run begins with knowing the recommended pressures for your tires. For example, the Yamaha Raptor 700’s tires have a recommended operating pressure of 4 PSI, with a minimum pressure of 3.6 PSI, and a maximum seating pressure of 36 PSI. These numbers will vary from tire to tire and can be obtained by checking your owner’s manual for original equipment tires or with the tire manufacturer for aftermarket tires.

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          QuadBoss has released its new lineup tires and wheels. Whether you are looking for sporty performance out of an ATV or want to get your UTV to the end of the mud bog, QuadBoss has a little something for just about every rider.

          ATV and UTV Tires

          QuadBoss QBT447 Tires

          The QBT447 tire is designed for loose to intermediate terrain. The ¾-inch deep wraparound lugs are designed to provide responsive cornering while protecting the sidewall. As well, QuadBoss says the unique directional tread pattern delivers a smooth ride on hard pack surfaces, and sheds mud when things get messy. These tires are built with six-ply durability and load rated for all ATVs and UTVs.
          MSRP: $99.99 – 149.99

          QuadBoss QBT671 Tires

          Anybody looking for improved performance in the mud should consider the QBT671 tire. It features large slotted lugs, which QuadBoss says make for a lighter tire with a big bite. QuadBoss boasts the scaled pattern beneath the lugs bring additional traction and superior cleanout. Aggressive wraparound lugs are designed to deliver cornering traction and sidewall protection. The sidewall rim guard keeps your wheels looking good. Tough 6-ply construction is load rated for all ATVs and UTVs.
          MSRP: $79.99 – 159.99

          QuadBoss QB7 Tires

          QuadBoss’ performance tire is the four-ply QB7 series. This dynamic tread pattern is designed to bring acceleration and braking traction from soft to hard pack conditions. “From the track to the woods our different tread patterns will have you hooking up like a champ,” QuadBoss says in a release.
          MSRP: $39.99 – 89.99

          QuadBoss QBT446 Tires

          A new radial option for 2015 is the QBT446. The eight-ply radial carcass is designed to resist punctures and outlast traditional bias tires. The built-in rim guard will keep your wheels looking good when the rocks find themselves in your path. QuadBoss boasts that the non-directional ¾-inch deep tread design will tackle the most challenging terrain.
          MSRP: $134.99 – 199.99

          ATV and UTV Wheels

          QuadBoss Alloy Wheels

          One of the easiest way to dress up an ATV or UTV and improve performance is with a new set of lightweight aluminum wheels. QuadBoss’ aircraft-quality material is designed to take all the abuse that the trail can dish out, and each wheel is backed with a lifetime warranty. Choose from the Coercion, Cohort, and Governor, available in the either machined aluminum contrast or matte black finish.
          MSRP: $89.99 – 104.99

          Tire Sealant

          QuadBoss Tire Sealant

          Protect your tires from sharp objects like jagged rocks and sticks you’ll find on your ride with QuadBoss Tire Sealant. Carry some sealant with you and solve a puncture and avoid ruining a ride or being stranded in the woods.
          MSRP: $9.99

          Visit QuadBoss.com for more information.

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            Can-Am Outlander 1000 6x6 XT

            It looks like a new ATV is in works from BRP for 2016 – the Can-Am Outlander MAX 1000 6X6 XT.

            All we know about the vehicle is that it was certified by the California Air Resources Board (click here to see the document) and features the same 976cc Rotax engine found in the rest of the Outlander 1000 family. According to the certification document, the engine produces 82 horsepower.

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