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We love that never give up spirit!

Usually UTVs that are damaged as much as this one appears to be are left to be recovered by a tractor or immediately loaded onto a trailer. Not the case for this guy, as he was able to limp this Maverick X3 back to the pits. That is the power of persistence if we’ve ever seen it. It would have been interesting to see how he loaded it, though.

Check out the video here: This Guy is Literally Limping His Maverick X3 to The Pits + Video - ATV.com
 

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We love that never give up spirit!

Usually UTVs that are damaged as much as this one appears to be are left to be recovered by a tractor or immediately loaded onto a trailer. Not the case for this guy, as he was able to limp this Maverick X3 back to the pits. That is the power of persistence if we’ve ever seen it. It would have been interesting to see how he loaded it, though.

Check out the video here: This Guy is Literally Limping His Maverick X3 to The Pits + Video - ATV.com
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We love that never give up spirit!



Usually UTVs that are damaged as much as this one appears to be are left to be recovered by a tractor or immediately loaded onto a trailer. Not the case for this guy, as he was able to limp this Maverick X3 back to the pits. That is the power of persistence if we’ve ever seen it. It would have been interesting to see how he loaded it, though.



Check out the video here: This Guy is Literally Limping His Maverick X3 to The Pits + Video - ATV.com


Lol , there is a rope hooked to the front and he is being pulled
 

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Lol , they won’t drive with 2 tires off on the same side so I knew what to look for .
 
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