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Bad Boy Buggies

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Has anyone used the Bad Boy Buggie? I am wondering how they compare with a 4 wheeler's power and durability. I am also concerned with their ability to get through low and wet land (mud) without getting stuck. Currently, my 4 wheeler gets stuck in it (325 4 wheel drive) and I need something better. Bad Boy Buggie or larger 4 wheeler?

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We use a Bad Boy Buggy for deer hunting in West central MN. It is a great vehicle. The best feature is the quietness. We have driven it through dry but thick cattails swamps with no issues. However it is not a mud bog machine like an Argo. The one we use has has the tires upgraded (more beefy tread). There are places I would take a 4-wheeler where I wouldn't take the Bad Boy Buggy.

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This is not a buggy but it's a bad boy grin.gifgrin.gif. It gets me through the mud and snow.

Dan

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