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    Senior Member DRF64's Avatar
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    I pulled into TSC last night and unwittingly parked my tdub next one of these:



    http://www.tractorsupply.com/tw200-t...hicle--5530149



    Disgusted by the shoddy craftsmanship, I moved my bike to the other side of the parking lot.



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    Found this info:



    American Sportworks manufactures a little UTV and brands it under different names for different companies ( including 2 of thier own models ):



    American Sportworks LandMaster LM200 & Chuckwagon CW200

    http://www.amsportworks.com/landmaster.php?id=lm200

    http://www.amsportworks.com/chuckwagon.php?id=cw200





    Menards Yardsport YS200 ( the one I own )

    http://www.menards.com/featured/Yard...t_Special.html





    Tractor Supply Co. Trailwagon TW200

    http://www.tractorsupply.com/vehicle...hicle--5530149





    Home Depot Bulldog BD200

    http://www.homedepot.com/Outdoors-Ou...atalogId=10053
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    With all the crap I keep adding to my TW, pretty soon it will look like one of those!

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    If I had a yard big enough that I needed one of those vehicles to take care of it I would hire a gardener.
    Long live the internal combustion engine!

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    Senior Member DRF64's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by MBGraphix View Post
    Found this info:







    Menards Yardsport YS200 ( the one I own )

    http://www.menards.com/featured/Yard...t_Special.html




    oops. didn't mean to insult your UTV. That video makes it look pretty slick.



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    Quote Originally Posted by DRF64 View Post
    oops. didn't mean to insult your UTV. That video makes it look pretty slick.



    dan




    haha, Its not my UTV by any means. Honestly, I consider those the "Chinese Brand" and would never purchase them. I was just providing that info that I found.



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    "TW200..... is perfect for keeping your yard and gardens neat and tidy."



    Yup, that's what I'm using mine for.

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    It's a little hard to strap much firewood on the T-Dub, so you just tow one of those through the woods

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