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Thread: bounder off road or pride rival?

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    Senior Member forestranger52's Avatar
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    From a small cabin in the big woods of The Allegheny National Forest, PA
    A rubber belt can break anytime, just need the wrong combination of things or a single item between the sprocket and belt. Wear out also. Once broken there are no brakes. Just depends where ones at when the luck runs out.
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    Senior Member Zaphod's Avatar
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    Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
    Never tested the bounder, but after having a frontier V6 demo I ordered one... hopefully will arrive next week. 28" wide, tons of power, better inside than any other "offroad" chair available. Before this I've always had TDX's with brushless motors... I've taken those chairs more places than I should have and they've performed admirably with unbeatable low speed torque, but I'm looking forward to having something designed for offroad.

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