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The RZR on the left has a two inch lift and 26" bighorns.
The RZR-S has 27" tires and collapses springs. Too many hard miles in Borneo.
 

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Both have never drove one before. They loved the power, fit and finish, suspension and quick latch side nets. Did not like the Visco-lok for rock crawling. Between the three of us we put 4 holes in the Bighorn 2.0 tires. One plug in the back passenger rear. Total of 10 plugs in 3 holes in the front driver side tire. Tire is wasted and still leaking, going to put a few more in.:) All sidewall cuts.
 

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Wow,that doesn't sound good.Where I live (eastern slopes of the Rockies) the terrain is varied,but has a lot of sharp rock.I have only had one side puncture in 7 years with my ITP mudlites which are 6 plys.Do you know how many ply the bighorn is?
 

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Wow,that doesn't sound good.Where I live (eastern slopes of the Rockies) the terrain is varied,but has a lot of sharp rock.I have only had one side puncture in 7 years with my ITP mudlites which are 6 plys.Do you know how many ply the bighorn is?
6 ply rating. In all fairness it was raining and could not see very well which may have attributed to this. We just couldn't see but were having too much fun to slow down. This is only the second time I have got a sidewall cut. We had two other units with us and they had no problems.

 

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I am kinda surprised none of the manufactures are adding a V piler in the front of the roll cage. The front bumper is really nice.

The stance is nice, and it's not fair, the tires on the RZR are monsters.

All in all its what we wanted, bigger than a RZR and still sporty looking.

how is the acceleration comparison?
 

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Wow,that doesn't sound good.Where I live (eastern slopes of the Rockies) the terrain is varied,but has a lot of sharp rock.I have only had one side puncture in 7 years with my ITP mudlites which are 6 plys.Do you know how many ply the bighorn is?
Offtopic however it looks like you need it lol. I use a cold vulcanizing compound on my offroad tires, even side wall splits. The longest slit was 1.5". The repairs hold up really well. Its a two part compound that you mix like epoxy. Here's one place to get it:

Rubber Putty Kit, Tire Repair Kits, Tire Repair Supplies - GEMPLER'S



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