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    madmac is offline Sophomore Slider madmac is on a distinguished road
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    seats

    hi folks,i am doing some research before buying a anphib (i have never even been in one)
    how do they ride comfort/bump wise?
    i have noticed they don't have a suspension system and the seats look basic at best,are there aftermarket seats available.

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    They depend on very low tire pressure, and good seat foam helps, like the new argo's have 4" of dense foam. You can stick suspension seats in them if you want. Or spend thousands on an aftermarket suspension kit for selected models.
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    argo's arent your speed machine , mine will go 18 mph with the tracks on but i rarely go that fast even on a gravel road , on trails i cruise anywhere between 2 mph to maybe 8
    in deep grass , water , mud it rides like a boat , going over trees with tires , well thats no fun , tracks help a bit there and going over at a slight angle also ,
    i find the machine is made to pivot from front to back where you sit witch is exellent , basicly the wetter the trail the better the ride , and the better you get at driving it will make a diffrence in your ride as well .

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