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ok total newbie question... never having owned a UTV before...I live in AZ of course...pretty warm in the summer...moderate most of the rest of the year...how well do these vehicle stand up to being left outside (covered up..with probably a good vehicle cover and out of the sun)????

My garage is full full full...way too many toys..so I need to start figuring this out..I have started thinning the (bike) herd in the Garage but certain thing are not leaving...
 

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ok total newbie question... never having owned a UTV before...I live in AZ of course...pretty warm in the summer...moderate most of the rest of the year...how well do these vehicle stand up to being left outside (covered up..with probably a good vehicle cover and out of the sun)????

My garage is full full full...way too many toys..so I need to start figuring this out..I have started thinning the (bike) herd in the Garage but certain thing are not leaving...
Our solution...buy an enclosed trailer or add on to the shop is our 2 options....or like a friend rent more buildings....:giggle::giggle:
 

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Mine will always be garaged (like my Teryx). If I'm going to spend this kind of money, it's going in the garage. Besides, I spend a lot of time in my garage and it's nice to gaze at these things and plan your next modifications!
 

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I am happy to make room in my garage for it if you would like ;)

Personally, I keep my Teryx in the garage, however, one option could also be to get one of those outdoor enclosures (like a Tuff-Shed) or something a long those lines.



 

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I would love to add onto the Garage but it already butts up to the hill next to my house... so cant expand..I have a Toy-hauler that Have to store elsewhere but I hate to have the commander a couple of miles away (in case I want to drive around town at a moments notice) and locked in somebody else s yard..I live in a gated and stuffy neighborhood and I'm already looked upon as the wild guy with all the motorcycles etc... so no can do with a storage shed...

the dilemma i guess is what gets booted from the Garage..aint going to be easy..
 

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So the Tuff-Shed idea is a no go as well? Not trying to spend your money, just thinking of ideas.



 

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Yea I can relate living in a stuffy Hood. I was in a suburb and moved after the local athoritys charged me with criminal trespassing for test driving one of my Honda Pilot mini buggies on a school access road. Now I live in the country surrounded by Woods. So i have plenty of expansion room. Good luck with your delima.



 

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Store all but your favorite motorcycle in your toy hauler, commander and one cycle in the garage. I also live in a gated hood. I'm the Hick at the end of the street that rips up-n-down the street and takes the Teryx to get the mail and to the corner store for beer. ha ha
 
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