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The lab tests are in! The Pioneer is officially lab tested and lab approved by Ellie Mae and Miss Tipsy after a full day of dog training.







All stock other than the Honda roll bar storage pockets and my wife's pink fuzzy dice which are there to aggravate my dog training buddies. Winch, mount and light bar should be wired up by next weekend.
 

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Nice ride! Pretty pup too, that a lab?
 

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Yes, both are Labrador Retrievers from field trial lines. We are in the Bonnet Carre spillway in Norco, LA competing frequently. I suppose I should check out the off-road trails while we are there next time.
 

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Great pictures keep them coming! It's nice to get the one dog to drive for you (in the first picture) while you sleep in the back. :D Very well trained indeed.
 

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Im over by lafayette so i dont know that area very well. I have a black lab as well, best dog ever, except that he is so hyper its silly. He never stops, always wide open!
 

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We run retriever tests/trials near Layayette a couple times a year. Prejeans (sp?) is a pretty good restruant, as I recall.
 

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Yes sir, if lafayettes good for anything its the food!
 

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I just found out my freaking winch is backordered a week. Not happy. I guess I will get the light bar wired this week and wait on the winch mount. And probably order a rear bumper. If duck season gets here the last week of the month, and I have no winch, I am gonna riot.
 

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Looks like the dogs love the new toy! I bet when they first saw it they were checking it out like crazy. Would be cool to see some riding footage if you ever do that sort of thing.
 

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then what's leesville good for (lived at Ft Polk for 2 years ) .....lol
Uhhhhh....im gonna plead the fifth on that one!:D

J/K! Nothing wrong with ole leesville! Fort polks about all they got though.
 

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I just found out my freaking winch is backordered a week. Not happy. I guess I will get the light bar wired this week and wait on the winch mount. And probably order a rear bumper. If duck season gets here the last week of the month, and I have no winch, I am gonna riot.
I too just found out my winch plate is back ordered to possibly Nov. 15th now. They have the winch, no mounting plate from Warn. :mad: Also waiting on plow push tubes.
 

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The dogs love the thing. My older dog has been riding ATV racks to and from flooded timber holes and pit blinds for 9 years. She considers the Pioneer to be a major lifestyle upgrade.
 

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Dogs and the Pioneer look great. Is that our own property that you are on? It looks really nice. What are you using the Pioneer for mainly?
 

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The dice were my wife's backhanded swipe at some of my "he men women haters club" dog training buddies. :) These pics were taken on a friends place where I train my dogs. I will primarily use the Pioneer for duck hunting in flooded bean fields, and running submerged logging roads to get to timber holes for duck hunting. It's other use will be moving gear, dogs, crates of ducks, wingers, etc, for retriever hunt test training, or utility wheels for field trials and hunt tests if I am judging. My wife wanted a UTV as opposed to another ATV, and I wanted a Honda after suffering through a POS Polaris, so viola! Enter the Pioneer.
 

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Good to know it was lab tested! My dogs never get much of a chance to ride. By the time I get the kids in there isn't enough seat space.
 
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