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Model TROOPER

Dimensions:

Overall length 3300mm/130 inch

Overall width 1600mm/63 inch

Overall height 1990mm/78 inch

Seat height 800mm/34.6 inch

Wheelbase 2470mm/97.2 inch

Ground clearance 300mm/11.8 inch

Minimum turning radius 6000mm/236 inch

Basic weight:

With oil and full fuel tank 780kg/1719 Ib
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