Thanks man I appreciate the help I just wasnt able to find it online at all do you know what the other few differences are between the eps and the se model are that you didnt already mention?With a base model that is what you get. No frills or fancy equipment. The only rock protection you get is the plastic skid plate but no A arm guards, a basic trailer hitch where you can bolt a ball into.
As you go up in trim you get more. The EPS will have the electric power steering, A arm guards, possibly a receiver type hitch, instrument cluster with a speedometer and a few other doodads. SE comes with fancier rims and a few other non essential items over the EPS.
You should be able to go down to a dealer and get a brochure or pull them up on line and look at the differences.
If you dont mind explaining what is the adjustable spring tension on the shocks do?I strongly recommend the EPS model. You get adjust spring tension on the shocks, powersteering ( witch is amazing) , full digital information displayed ( fuel gauge, speedo, trip, odometer, hour meter, volt meter, coolant temp, 4wd indicator etc...), plastic skid plates, third handle bar mounted light, and a lockable front differential.
I believe this model comes with the 2" received as well but I'm not 100% sure
You can adjust the spring pre load by turning a collar. So you can add or remove spring tension to your liking.If you dont mind explaining what is the adjustable spring tension on the shocks do?
That was a great explanation thank you very muchYou can adjust the spring pre load by turning a collar. So you can add or remove spring tension on the shocks...
For example, if your towing a heavy trailer, or have a passager you can compensate for the rear suspension sag back tightening up the spring pressure. Of if you have a plow on the front, you can stiffen up the front shocks to help compensate for the plows weight....
Others keep their spring tension maxed out because it does help maintain maximum ground clearance
I actually backed of my spring tension front and rear to minimum as my area is full of rocks and a smoother ride was my priority
Base models to not have these adjustments on their shocks
Irrelevant, the op was talking about the 700I have an SE that doesnt have difflock, but its a 450 not a 700.
On the 450s there's 2 different kinds of EPS SE. Mine, which is silver and has aluminum wheels.. and a greenish one that im pretty sure also has aluminum wheels but also has the front diff lock AND a winch.
Not quite. Post #6 mentions a "member here" who has an eps that doesn't have diff lock. For all anyone knows that may of been referencing my machine.. the person who posted doesn't remember the members name, who's to say they didn't also forget what cc machine said member had.Irrelevant, the op was talking about the 700
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Still pointless. Post 6 was Jim, not the OP. The OP was specifically asking about the 700, no need to mic in info on the 450 and get people confused when come here to look up differenceNot quite. Post #6 mentions a "member here" who has an eps that doesn't have diff lock. For all anyone knows that may of been referencing my machine.. the person who posted doesn't remember the members name, who's to say they didn't also forget what cc machine said member had.
Lol funny, I'm at work and I did just eat a Mars bar.... Close enough... Lol I feel much better now.... I'm SorryNever said post 6 was the o.p.. also pretty sure my specifying that I have a 450 would be enough not to confuse anyone. Perhaps I should of quoted Jim's post.. i was more or less replying to him anyhow.
Eat a snickers bud.