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Old 07-16-2008
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I would definately get the Humdinga.

http://www.gibbstech.co.uk/humdinga.php

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I might buy one if it had a big enough engine to compensate for all the extra weight. But then I still woudln't take it to the beach because I would be afraid to jump it off the waves. Ah remindes me of spring break when there was nobody off the coast except for 2 other guys and the giant waves. Those things were huge.
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Old 08-14-2008
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It looks cool but I don't care for the name...
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NO I wouldn't buy it. Taking it 4 wheelin would screw up the hull pretty quick and get mud in the jetski parts. Also I imagine it doesn't perform either function extremely well. Great for rich people though who like to have unique expensive toys though.
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no that is made to be operated on or around beaches , if you were to take it into wodds or soething you would damage the hull badly greatly reducing its speed on water , as well as comprimising the structual integrity of the vehicle .

For the guys around here who would use it for a go anywhere utilitie vehicle , the should get one of those 6x6max thingys that was purpose built to go into very harsh off road terain and be able to manuvere in water when needed granted its land speed is only 35ish and water is 5 it would be much more durable and a better overall investment .
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You're talking about an Argo. Those things are nice. If I could afford an argo I would definetly have one.

http://www.argoatv.com/
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Old 08-26-2008
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Argos are junk. We have a whole fleet of them here at work to go into the marshes with. They break down all of the time.
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Old 09-07-2008
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if i lived on / near a beach def would be interested.... prototype stage but think more capable water than dirt... suspension factors, etc come into play
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No.

Because I said so.
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i would have to LOL if that quadski doesnt have 4wd.... imagine trying to drive it out of the lake onto the beach, and getting stuck
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