It was okay, wet snow really bogged it down. It did have a lift and bigger tires on it, so that helped a little. It was good in the summer though, no doubt.
My bad, it wasn't going to be a rhino but a herculiner. We were just going to roll the stuff on. I just posted an album of it, if you want to see the thing.
I almost ended up hauling my work's golf cart down to get the bed and undercarriage rhino lined. The thing is lifted, so I probably would have had to get a trailer, seeing as yours barely fits. Hmm, I think i'll post some pics of it.
Why were you hauling the gold cart?
I'll take a picture and will post it soon. Not much room left under the hood but fits nicely.
Thanks for the welcome msg.
I don't know if it's up your alley, but there was a story in the Battle Creek paper today about a new Li battery plant opening up in Ft Custer. They just approved it, so it'll be awhile before anythings up and running.
All right, buddy. I'm on it.
Send a resume to the Ft Wayne office. That is where the home office is
15% is what I have all the way around
Thanks. I've used that brush guard for a lot of things. Opening up gates when I'm too lazy to get out and push them my self, pushing cars out of my way. It reall has already aid for itself. Plus my boy climbs all over it.