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COOT2 Utility Vehicle Ready To Drive Over Rough Terrain

The new COOT2 is a full-time 4-wheel drive utility vehicle with all steel construction. It has a short turning radius because of its 4-wheel steering capabilities and with center articulation, the COOT2 keeps all four wheels on the ground at all times.

Its hydrostatic transmission means no gears, chains, sprockets or driveshaft. Its total payload is 1,250 pounds and towing capacity is 1,750 pounds. The COOT2 is 98 inches from front bumper to rear bumper; 58 inches wide and has a ground clearance of 12.75 inches.

The basic COOT2 includes a front and rear seat, front bumper, front lighting package and rear hitch.

Several options and accessories are available for the COOT2 including rear bumper, rear lighting package, winch mount, weather cover, tilt steering, rear dump box, wide flotation tires and more. Visit www.coot2.com

10/21/2005