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Pikemaster101

Mini Truck

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Guy I know has a mini truck, Rode in it this weekend and love it for hunting. Anyone else have on Few questions for you. What is a good brand to buy? Do they brake down a lot? What is a reasonable price to spend on a used one 4 wheel drive? Any other info would be great I am seriously considering buying one.O and one last thing what do they get for gas milage?

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There is one for sale in the RV section on Craigs list for $1500. I think the look like they would be alot of fun. Kinnda like a cheap SXS!

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Seen many advertisements around the $4-5K range for the "newer" ones.

I agree they do look like they can be a great vehicle for deer hunting.

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I've been looking at them for pulling the ice shack around. About the same size as a side by side wheeler, but with a full cab and heat.

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One of my friends has one and likes it. He did say that if you need parts you won't find any. He has been waiting for a year to get a tie rod from the manufacturer.

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My dad bought a suzuki this fall for on the farm. I would suggest to get the fuel injected 660cc engine other than the carburated engine. Big power differance it will spin the tires on gravel in 3 gears. We put Carlisle All Trail 23x10.5x12 with a 3 inch lift which really helped with bottoming out on rough trails. Gas mileage is any wheres 35-45 mpg.

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