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Let me give you an example: a Land Rover Defender could wade through half a meter of water and that's very good. This can wade through twice that. However, this beaver desert water is quite hard to find.

So if you want to test it, you do have to improvise Hoenig, sorry, sorry. This is, unless I'm very much mistaken, a meter of water and the six plus six is wading through it.

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Even dealing with the rubber rings yeah nothing any difficulty with this door, but how does it cook with Sam, but the good news is Sam is one thing we're really not short on welcome to The Empty Quarter, the largest sand desert in the world covering some 250,000 Square miles out here, temperatures hit 50 degrees centigrade and there are deals more than 800 feet.

High okay, we have six wheel drive with a power split 30. 40 30 across the axles check stronger front Springs from the armored version of the g-class check, locking diffs. Oh, we've got those the most; it expects normally would be three on here five and you lock them using these buttons in different ways. Right, let's go, these are big big tubes.

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This is small. The sand mounting them on right now, three and three-quarter tons of Mercedes is doing this. It just doesn't feel right. This extra axle these two extra wheels. It changes the way the 6×6 travels over the ground undulates.