Muddox vs argo

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    Muddox vs argo

    Hello everyone
    Been running argo Scout 700 now for a few years , great machine, leave it tracked with escargo tracks 365 days a year. No issues at all with this unit and approx 2000km 400 hours to date. Rough terrain , lots of towing.
    Regular service every 20-25 hours with full grease all bearings and chains at these intervals.

    Looking to upgrade to a more powerful machine such as a Conquest 950
    Also toying with the idea of a muddox , XL Or FT Mac. Cant find many good reviews from actual owners online.
    How are people finding the performance of the muddox? Reliable? Issues?

    Thanks in advance

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    Feb 2013
    shenendoah valley,va.
    hey shore ....we rode with a friend a couple of gatherings a year for many years at busco beach atv park . lots of mud , holes etc. he had a tracked mud-ox. it is a heavy duty industrial type machine . it was virtually unstoppable . he was the guy always pulling us out of deep mudholes , etc. i don't remember him having any major issues with it . like driving a tank . only thing was there were some trails that were too narrow to follow us , but he always found a way around . people loved watching that machine crawl thru places others could not go . lots of good videos of him at busco . johnboy va

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