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Man, I came across an ad where they were closing out some old models, they appeared new and inexpensive. Does anyone have experience with the ARGO quads?
 

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I just sold my 6 wheel Argo with tracks and think it was a mistake. Super dependable in deep snow and with studs was awesome on ice. I used it for trapping and ice fishing. Hoping my quad won't let me down now.
I have an 8 wheel model with tracks.
Works when everything but a dozer wont.
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I just sold my 6 wheel Argo with tracks and think it was a mistake. Super dependable in deep snow and with studs was awesome on ice. I used it for trapping and ice fishing. Hoping my quad won't let me down now.

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Ours is old.
We have endless mud at our up camp, it's perfect.
My only complaint is how loud they are.
I've used them extensively in Scotland, and they are much softer on the environment than a quad or utv. That surprised me rolling over the heather in one.
 

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Man, I came across an ad where they were closing out some old models, they appeared new and inexpensive. Does anyone have experience with the ARGO quads?
I know this thread is a few months old and maybe interest is no longer valid, but I recently picked up one of Argo's 2-Up quads (XRT500). Haven't used it a ton yet, but my initial experiences have been positive.
 

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I know this thread is a few months old and maybe interest is no longer valid, but I recently picked up one of Argo's 2-Up quads (XRT500). Haven't used it a ton yet, but my initial experiences have been positive.[/QUOTE
 
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