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    If I Ever Give Up Two Wheels...

    This would be it. I know I couldn’t afford it, if they even ever make it. You’d find me in Alaska with this thing. Wait, no you probably wouldn’t find me. Cheers

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    I want one!

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    Too big for most trails so you have to have a place where you can make your own. Amphibious and zero turn would be fun. Just pull a trailer with spare parts.
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    Might as well get something from the Howe brothers, they have been building and perfecting various models for may a year. They can really perform. Howe & Howe are much further down the road for securing military contracts. Plus the EV2 can carry 2 dirt bikes in the back in case something breaks.


    Can you say 800HP and 1200 ft-lbs of torque? Chain gun might be good for caribou hunts too.
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    Love it.


    In the meantime, I would like these tracks on our ATV. Still pricey though.

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    The Howe brothers definitely have some good stuff. I’m going to contact them about a group buy. Who’s with me? lol. Cheers
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    Gosh, those EV2 personal luxury tanks go for ~$200,000. Maybe I’ll stick to four wheels and get something used from the Australian Ute market
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    With my budget I could probably only afford one of these...Perhaps I just need some grandkids to spoil.
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