Discussion in 'General' started by CRA_Fizzer, Jan 26, 2017.
Hopefully they can prop them back up get them turned around.
And been a while since I heard them called Ditch Pickle. Although, mine doesn't fit that description very well, colour wise.
Do they make quads or side by sides? I bet Textron snapped them up to go after that military side of the business that Polaris is killing it in.
Yes on both. And I am sure that has much to do with it given Polaris' problem with making units that do not catch fire lately.
Is that why Arctic Cat one-upped Polaris then? "Hey, let's make our shit catch fire in the snow instead"
Nope, not at all
I saw Ditch Pickle and thought it was about that dildo someone found on the road here recently.
Cool and thanks. Those side by side make a lot of sense to me in military applications.
If the irregulars can mount a recoil-less rifle or a ZSU on a Toyota Hilux, the US can sure as shit mount up a M2 on a RZR.
What would you know? Oh yeah...
and that name, Ditch Pickle, cracks me up. Never heard it before.
If metalhead hadn't quit the bbs I might use that on him. Wait, steeltoe is still around. . .
Textron Specialized Vehicles includes: E-Z-GO, Cushman, Textron Off Road, Jacobsen, Dixie Chopper, Ransomes, TUG, Douglas, Premier and Safeaero. And now Arctic Cat.
Textron also owns: Bell Helicopter, Cessna, Beechcraft, Hawker, Jacobsen, Kautex, Lycoming, E-Z-GO, Greenlee, Textron Off Road, Textron Systems, and TRU Simulation + Training
Greenlee. I knew I'd seen the Textron name before, now I know where.
Does this mean I can get frigid pussy slug busters now?
Greenlee does make some cool tools for electrical contractors.
Not sure they have what you're looking for though.
That would definitely put the US at a disadvantage. Hiluxes run forever. RZR's tend to break alot when pushed hard...
Not much at all. Just internet speculation that I read.
Yes they do. I have a full set and wire strippers are the best I've ever had.
I should really look into getting some of their hand tools since I get a pretty decent discount on them.
I don't know what that means, and I'm not going to Google it.
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