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Hi, I'm new to the forum. I on the commander forum, and I'm looking into getting a new quad. I'm a rancher, I use my quad for gathering cattle. So what I'm curious about is how do the outlanders do on side hills? We've ran Hondas for a long time, and they get the job done but I'm interested in checking out all my options before replacing a few quads. After having my commander on the ranch now for three years, I a big can am believer. I love the ride and power of my side by side. If the outlanders aren't too tippy on side hills while crawling around over bumps and whatnot I would gladly welcome the increased horses they offer over the Hondas. Anyway any insight you guys can give ,e would be greatly appreciated.
 

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Welcome to the site. You should ask about it in the Outlander section where it get more views than over here. I have never ridden on side hills so i can't help you with that. But i know you would love the Outlander. :)
 

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Welcome to the site. You should ask about it in the Outlander section where it get more views than over here. I have never ridden on side hills so i can't help you with that. But i know you would love the Outlander. :)
Thanks Ice, I made a new post in the outlander section after coming to the same conclusion you mentioned. Thanks for the welcome, and help.
 

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I cut some pretty steep hills at work on a john Deere standup mower n it gets pretty sketchy. My outlander would walk all over them. Welcome btw
 
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