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Carry More Off Road

6 Wheelers have been used for years for all kinds of tough off-road work, including off-road tour buses on Fraser Island, Cape York Peninsular, The Red Centre and The Kimberley
Mine, service vehicles for open cut and underground mines, crop spraying on black-soil cultivation, support vehicles on adventure rallies,  and even as supply vehicles for desert exploration.

All 6 Wheelers are NOT created equal

Our unique suspension system has a 60 : 40 load share, whereby 60-65% of the load remains on the drive axle in most situations.
This, combined with up to 300mm of articulation between the rear axles, enables our 6 wheelers to go where others fear to tread. Our 6 wheelers can keep up with their unmodified 4 wheeler counterparts in most situations when empty, but when loaded the 6 wheeler will greatly out-perform the 4 wheeler.
This is due to stability, weight distribution and flotation.


Why Not 6x6?

Simply put, 6 wheel drive just isn’t very practical in the real world.
6x6 systems have a lot of moving parts and a lot of disadvantages. More moving parts = a much higher purchase price and maintenance costs. Higher tare weight (about 300-400kg) means a reduced payload on a car license. Equal load share between the 2 axles and with 4 wheels pushing makes them very hard to steer off-road and they can be very hard on tyres.