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The Smart and 2 seater Rzr (S 900) are both 106" long and can be put on an HDT bed, side loaded. But what is you wanted both. Choices, choices. But what if you did not have to choose!

How about combining them both!!!

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https://utvactionmag.com/new-2018-smart-utv/

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15 hours ago, TheLongWayHome said:

The Smart and 2 seater Rzr (S 900) are both 106" long and can be put on an HDT bed, side loaded. But what is you wanted both. Choices, choices. But what if you did not have to choose!

How about combining them both!!!

smart-utv-4.jpg

https://utvactionmag.com/new-2018-smart-utv/

Thank you for sharing. I like the idea. The little machine looks cool !

Al

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20 hours ago, RickS said:

We just take both........  :)

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Howdy RickS,

And this, is exactly why I am building a new truck.  If I can carry the Smart on the truck I can carry my motorcycles and maybe someday something like the Rzr, in the garage.:D 

Oh and Chad, it might not be fair but when it comes to toys he who carry's the most toys wins that's why my toy hauler has an 18 foot garage. :lol:

Dave

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While that would be fun for the mudder types, that would not do so good in the sand dunes or steep mountain trails.

A good conversation piece though, thanks for sharing.

With the new bed we are building we will be able to take a 4 seat RZR on the deck, or a Tracker.  If we want to go adventurous, we could put a 2 door wrangler on an incline rack.  All those choices with our Maverick 2 door XRS in The Toy Hauler.

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