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My main thought, was "how many guys does it take to get it flipped back on its wheels" on level ground no obstacles rocks trees..

So question, 2 or 3 guys? I'm trying to gauge the weigh of the machine when you have to roll it back over.

Just grab the cage and push, or where are the best leverage points?



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Two or three guy's ain't going to cut it. Even on it's side the wheels are the high point. We turn machines over at least a few times a year and most machines take 5-6 to do with out killing yourself. Winch is always best and you may have to tie the machine winching off to something.

My KRX took a 4500lbs winch and chaining the buggy it was on to a tree.


Standard teryx 2 seater. Krx and a Wolverine to winch this up.



A 50 inch RZR on flat ground with the rear wheel not really touching anything, in the hole that tipped it. 3 guys were able to get it back on it's wheels.


These 3 flops were all from the same weekend in June of this year.
 
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