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post #1 of 5 Old Aug 26th, 2007, 2:28 pm Thread Starter
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Talking I'd like to see one of these

Is it an ATV or a Personal Watercraft? Could be fun. Probably too expensive?
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post #2 of 5 Old Aug 26th, 2007, 2:40 pm
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Yamaha...I hear prototype--WAY cool ,I'd love to set it up for fishing...could you imagine where you could go?????

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Heck, I can do all that with my 1971 Allis Chalmers Terra Tiger. OK, well, just not nearly as fast. Maybe not as much fun either.

Any of the 6-wheelers are O.K. for getting to the lake & fishing but they are expensive. Haven't checked in a while but an Argo or Max was $6k+ about 5 years ago. Need a trolling motor too to really get anywhere in the water.

Wonder how this one would go in the snow? Doesn't look like much for ground clearance. Still, I'd like to try one! Hope they make them narrow enough to get an ATV off road permit.

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I would kill the bottom of that thing in less than an hour of trail riding, thus making it no longer float.
Also I noticed that they did not beach the craft (for the same reason I stated no doubt) they slowed down deployed the wheels.
I don't play on my quads (much) use them for work, but so hard on them it could be a sales video. You know the sort of thing, past a 45% angle, front off the ground, one foot in the rear basket, so you can transfer weight over the bars better (also helps if you have to bail out) while pulling a log uphill out of a ravine. I ran all day thursday, it has taken till this morning (monday) before my neck quit hurting. Some people can take a machine and not push it to it's limits, I'm not one of them people.
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