Thanks for the feed back. Mrs. Landers has spoken! Brandon and Zambo how do you feel your UTV's compare to your prerunners performance wise? Have you noticed once you start beating on the UTV's more the prep bills are similar to a prerunner?
Grease the wheel bearings once in a while, change the brake pads and spark plugs once a year, oil change, front and rear gearbox oil change, just general routine maintenance. Pretty simple. The stock pivot bearings seem to last a long time. You can get beefier radius rods with heims for adjustability, but you can also just sleeve the stock ends into a piece of chromoly for a pretty cheap and bombproof back end. S3 makes an inexpensive weld on gusset kit for the trailing arms and Extreme Performance makes a simple gusset kit for the front lowers. A few other gussets here and there the the car will last a long time without very much prep work or spending many thousands of dollars for aftermarket arms and such.
Of course, you can break ANY car or truck if you drive it hard enough, but for what I consider normal prerunning you should be good to go.