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scrambler pros cons
Are there any pros i know just one con is not haveing a real tranny for reverse theres a bonus to the one i found it does have a 16 horse and tracks and it does have runamucks on it that look in good shape
I would say that the light weight was a pro. I was also impressed with the climbing ability of the Scrambler that I saw in action.
Pro-Assuming you have a steering wheel model. You can drive them with a beverage of choice in your hand! They look real cool, have 6 wheels, floats and have a fair amount of space for passengers/luggage/tools.... Beefy axles. Fiberglass is easy to repair. Will clear a larger tire then an attex.
Cons-drive train like you said with no reverse. Finicky drive train to set up right. Early models have that stupid skid plate that gets brittle and cracks, causing drag in weeds/mud/water..... Parking brake will probably leak down and you will come back to it with the parking brake not working. Foot pedal throttle gets a little herky jerky on bumps.
If the 16hp is stock it probably has the electric reverse, or did. Check for a toothed brake rotor.