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Modding for the Less Fortunate

they need to offroad too
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Wow, that looks really cool -- is it real?

And do you have to be disabled to use it? I want one!
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I want one.
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That's crazy looking, where can I get one.
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Sweet.
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5 please
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That thing must use up batteries quickly! I'll take a diesel in it, but it may hurt my health even more.
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That's gonna be my next mod for my truck Woowho!
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Too many parts to break.
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Too many parts to break.

Too many bearings to replace after taking it through those swamps and crap, too!
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The only thing I see where it would be good in not breaking to many parts is in the snow.
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http://www.tankchair.com/ yes it is real, I've looked into one for my father.
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The only thing I see where it would be good in not breaking to many parts is in the snow.
Exactly what I was thinking. What else uses rubber tracks? Snowmobiles. That's it. The steel tracks used on bulldozers can withstand the torture an off-road environment like mud or rough terrain....not the rubber tracks and stuff....

I'd be curious...If I had the money, I buy them just for the torture test.
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Wow, that looks really cool -- is it real?

And do you have to be disabled to use it? I want one!
LOL John do you consider yourself disabled to the point that you need to use it in order to help you theraputically with your disability.

















I WANT ONE TOO!
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