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Old 07-01-2015, 08:42 PM
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While the Wildcat X is cool, I don't think it would be the best choice for miltary use. The Prowler has a bigger cargo box and much more carrying capacity. You can still get a 1000cc Prowler so its not like it would be slow either.
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While the Wildcat X is cool, I don't think it would be the best choice for miltary use. The Prowler has a bigger cargo box and much more carrying capacity. You can still get a 1000cc Prowler so its not like it would be slow either.








True dat; but the Prowler isn't as quick or nimble and the Wildcat is smaller so fits inside military aircraft easier...
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Lithuanian army....
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True dat; but the Prowler isn't as quick or nimble and the Wildcat is smaller so fits inside military aircraft easier...
If size is important, then the Wildcat Trail would be even better.
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The US Army uses these types of vehicles as well, as do the many contractors overseas....
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That's good to hear.
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Starting to see more and more use by the military overseas. No doubt a much cheaper option for use around the bases than HMMV's, SUV's, etc.
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