What I didn't say was there was a John Deere Gator and a newer ('19 or '20) Ranger also on the trip.Man you really like to rub it in dont cha! lol
100% true story; the Gator limped home with something in the drive line not smelling too good. It was an older utility type one and he was pushing it a bit so it may have just been hot.
The Ranger quit in our driveway on the way home. The owner did get it running long enough to get it back to his place where it died in his driveway before they could put away. Apparently that one has a recall on the TPS and he did say it was acting up some during the day so who knows. Maybe thats an on going issue and whats messed up with yours too?
I'm not busting on any of them - they're all great when they work, they're all junk when they don't. It's just on this trip on this day the Deere & Poo didn't do so well.
There was also a Poo wheeler on the trip, he had a battery issue early in the day, he got it charged up and it worked well the rest of the day. Obviously that can happen to ANY of them.
And in the case of full disclosure, there was also a brand new Can Am wheeler that needed the transmission linkage adjusted.
I think my wife took some, I'll have to ask her.pics or it didnt happen.