8 LitersRACK CAPACITY FRONT100 lbs 100 lbsRACK CAPACITY REAR200 lbs 200lbsTOWING CAPACITY1050 lbs 1050 lbsALTERNATOR CAPACITY16 amps 25 AmpsSPEEDOMETERDigital DigitalODOMETERDigital DigitalDRY WEIGHT LBS706 727/756 LEATV riding is an exciting and sometimes dangerous outdoor sport. ATV riders face formidable obstacles, such as rough trails, sharp rocks and steep hillsides. The last thing normally on riders' minds is whether or not their ATV is maintained or well tuned. However, in more than one instance, a mis tuned or ill maintained ATV can sideline what would have been an enjoyable ride. One particular area of common problem, is the drive train and clutch. Replacing a clutch is a fairly routine maintenance and repair for ATVs and is not a complicated process.
Head to Fort Zancudo. If you are in a plane entering the fort isn’t a hard feat. Just jump out and parachute down to the parking lot at the east end of the fort near the gate. If you’re in a car drive across the bridge and make a right at the end onto the dirt road. Make an immediate left and then look left at the ridge see picture. There is a “land ramp” you can drive over that will get you into the fort. Make sure you have enough speed to clear the fences, so that your vehicle lands inside the fort, and you can drive up the road and into the parking lot on the left. In this lot, at the south end, are two Cargobob helicopters. Jump in one and fly off. Fly away from the Compound and gently place the Container somewhere on the runway, then land your Cargobob. Equip a light machine gun, Minigun, or RPG and take out the helicopter that responds after you picked up the Container.