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Old 01-16-2009, 08:59 AM
Art Waugh Art Waugh is offline
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Default Sami and flattie widths?

Looking for the width of stock sami and flat fenders. Have an idea for pushing for a new class in Oregon for the ATV permit program when we have the ATV folks at our meeting tomorrow. Thanks.
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Old 01-16-2009, 01:43 PM
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1990-1995 Suzuki Samurai Specs & Safety
Vehicle Dimensions
Specification 2-door convertible

Wheelbase, in. 79.9

Overall Length, in. 135.0

Overall Width, in. 60.6

Overall Height, in. 64.6

Curb Weight, lbs. 2059

Cargo Volume, cu. ft. 27.8

Standard Payload, lbs. --

Fuel Capacity, gals. 10.6

Seating Capacity 2



CJ2a

Dimensions and Capacities
Wheelbase......................................... .............80"
Tread............................................. .................48 1/4"
Overall Width............................................. .....59"
Overall Height (Top up)...................................69 3/8"
Overall Height (Top down)..............................52 3/8"
Overall Length............................................ .....122 3/4"
Road Clearance......................................... ......8 5/8"
Weight -- Maximum Payload............................800 lbs.
Shipping (Less water, oil and fuel).....2,037 lbs.
Curb (Including water, oil and fuel)....2,137 lbs.
Gross (Loaded)................................2,937 lbs.
Maximum Approved Draw Bar Pull
(Continuous Operation)................................1,200 lbs.



I'm interested in hearing what you are thinking on this. I'm assuming it's addressing side by side machines, as classII.
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Old 01-16-2009, 01:53 PM
Art Waugh Art Waugh is offline
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I would like to se a "class IV" with around a 55 to 60 inch minimum width and 1500 to 2000 lb minimum weight. Leave the rails, buggies, side by sides, etc in class II. Might be easier to get some trails in the future. Since most of the ATV folks that matter will be there, as well as BLM/USFS, will be a good time to get it rolling since it might need action from the legislature.(meaning this year or two years from now.) Will read a paragraph from a USFS EA tomorrow, you will be shaking your head, it is pure

Thanks for the specs.
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