Photo of a spot on the west side of Alton Bay, nearly, but not quite, opposite Sandy Point. We see a fisherman, with what appears to be an ice auger and a bucket sitting on the ice, and to the right an object I can't really make out, although a flight of imagination might suggest some type of tracked vehicle - or maybe a wind shelter of some sort? I can't really tell what the object is that the fisherman is standing in front of either. Photo taken from Rte 11, beside the Sandy Point motel.
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trfour Senior Member
Registered: November 2002 Location: The Lakes, Central NH. and Dallas/Fort Worth TX. Posts: 3,694
Tue January 31, 2006 6:45pm
dcr, looks like a four wheeler in front of the fisherman and maybe a tracked Bobcat????
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Registered: January 2006 Location: Gilford/Rhode Island Posts: 93
Tue January 31, 2006 7:38pm
I suspect it may be something like the following...
6 Wheel Drive... That's right, all six wheels drive all the time, no matter what the surface.
Amphibious... MAX All-Terrain vehicles go in the water with no modification, no changes to the vehicle except insertion of 2 drain plugs. They go approximately four miles an hour in still water (ponds, creek, lakes). The tires make it move in water.
Zero turning radius... Through its patented T-20 Skid Steer transmission, by stopping one side while the other side drives, the MAX ATV can make a complete turn within the length of the vehicle. It can also do the same thing in reverse and from a standing point.
Drive where you can't walk... MAX ATVs exert less than three pounds per square inch of ground pressure - LOADED. A man exerts 8 pounds per square inch, a 4-wheel drive Jeep, 28 pounds per square inch; no wonder the MAX ATV will go where you can't walk. Add tracks and ground pressure is reduced less than one pound per square inch, Fully Loadedd!