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Would there be anything wrong with using something like this....for occasional use (plowing)? Living in NC, I don't (right now) foresee me really needing a $500 heater in my UTV. I've gotten by the last 10 years not even having an enclosed cab (ATV).

I've been in golf carts with these running.....and they're great.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Golf-Cart-Portable-Propane-Heater-w-Cup-Holder-/170545982499
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We used some nearly like that this past weekend. We had 2 one each for the wives.
Wait a sec. GaPioneer. How the heck do you put up with 2 wives at a time? I can't deal with one, let alone juggle multiples. :)
 

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We used some nearly like that this past weekend. We had 2 one each for the wives.
Wait a minute if my friend and I had both our wives with us we'd have to find a a/c somewhere all that hot air flying around. Lol
 
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I was wondering about that moose utility one. too deep has anyone used that one?. the one dbcooper we use when we hunt in the stands they do great but not a big fan or fire around the kiddos in a moving vehicle.
 

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well next year I plan on getting the comple soft top and doors and was thinking of mounting another battery on a electric seleo=noid to separate where I can use 1 battery for radio and heaters or stuff like that and not connected to the main starting battery . so If I run down the battery it wont affect me starting it. if im completely inclosed guessing a lil heater will work fine or having the possibility of mounting 2 somewhere I can remove easily maybe by getting some of the roof latches and mount them to the heaters.
 

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Down south I would think it would keep the cab decent. Of course I think it's snowing down there now but most of the time.. lol That heater retails for $80 so it wouldn't break the bank to try one. If I had something to use one in I would try it and report back but I don't have anything needing a heater.
 

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Something like this would be another option. Moose Utility makes this one.

I brought this one up a few months ago. The consensus was that the amp draw for this is to much and that with this you might be better to strike matches for warmth.
 

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Duwop, that might be the best product review I have read today. Hahaha
 

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Always willing to help a fella not waist his /her hard earned money. I learned to say things with a smile so,as not to offend. Watch for my sign language.
 
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