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did good on the tread lightly concept :comphead:
is blowing chunks of rubber in the wild better? leaving how many tail lights you say you have smashed in the wild? trails will get used - im a wheeler and a mountain biker, so there is nothing you can do about natural erosion from usage. but knowing you smash stuff and thhen make a statement about trail wear - you better back up vids of cleaning your mess before you point fingures.
 

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man im not even sure what kind of offroading you call that? hahaha
 

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Wow.

Oh and i went on the guys profile and checked out the suzuki video under his favorites, FUNNY! First they let go of the rope(for an unknown reason), then they try to flip it back it's wheels, but ended up rolling it down the hill hahaha.

http://www.youtube.com/user/rhauf1#p/a/f/2/tuF75cgLN9o
 

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is blowing chunks of rubber in the wild better? leaving how many tail lights you say you have smashed in the wild? trails will get used - im a wheeler and a mountain biker, so there is nothing you can do about natural erosion from usage. but knowing you smash stuff and thhen make a statement about trail wear - you better back up vids of cleaning your mess before you point fingures.
the dude wasnt even on a trail in parts of the video , therefore not treading lightly (example 2:28 )
and as far as me taking out tail lights , its on the trail and I clean up pieces that were broke off

yeah its a very interesting and sweet rig but needs to stay on the designated trails
 

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is blowing chunks of rubber in the wild better? leaving how many tail lights you say you have smashed in the wild? trails will get used - im a wheeler and a mountain biker, so there is nothing you can do about natural erosion from usage. but knowing you smash stuff and thhen make a statement about trail wear - you better back up vids of cleaning your mess before you point fingures.
Wow. We have broken 3 tail lights total. One on the 2nd Gen and 2 on the 1st gen. We ALWAYS clean up the pieces. We're not just going to leave it there. They are always trying to close trails here in AZ because of the people that go off the trails and decide it's okay to just leave their trash out along the trails.
Which is exactly why we don't condone some of what that guy did..going off the trails and running over cactus? That goes against the tread lightly concept in my opinion.

Thanks for that though.
 

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I wonder how he takes care of the steering... Hydro most probably but ..two seperate small rams on each side
 

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I still think this smart car owns that thing. Hahahaha. JK

 

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the dude wasnt even on a trail in parts of the video , therefore not treading lightly (example 2:28 )
and as far as me taking out tail lights , its on the trail and I clean up pieces that were broke off

yeah its a very interesting and sweet rig but needs to stay on the designated trails

IMO, if he's on private property, he can tear up whatever he wants.

Per the description to the right of the video:

"PLEASE NOTE: This video was filmed on a private cattle ranch. I do not condone abuse of OHV areas, national forests, or trespassing. now, please enjoy the video."
 

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crazy rig. not just tail lights and things that break off of rigs rigging, but finding a cool camp site or something like that and people leave trash, bottles, cans, spent rounds and what not-hate that attitude. broken bottles all over in cool spots is not cool.
 

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