which setting did you climb in?I made this video
It is difficult to see the incline in the video but it was pretty steep. I had to make a small bridge to get up to the next plateau. Also there was some rocks that was making the front lift up a little but it went up like a champ. Im glad it has a great transmission.. It helped a lot when I was going down.. It is amazing how that transmission works.
I will have more videos the next time I go. I am making a trail up my mountain and that was a small section of the trail.
I used 4x4 Low until there was no more Rock crawling then switched to 4x4 High.which setting did you climb in?
Bad idea on thin ice, that's for sure and i've seen enough video's to scare me away from questionable ice.Giovanni, can you do doughnuts come winter time? Like these guys? Or is it a bad idea?
They didn't do it on a kodiak 700.
Yeah man it was a little sketchy going up that bridge between the trees! I have to do a few adjustments to the trail.:surprise: That doesn't even look like a trail from the aerial view! The Kodiak 700 barely squeezed through those two trees before the bridge.
Thanks for recording the review and I can't wait for more from you!
I'll just embed it for visibility.
How was the handling of the Kodiak on the trail?
The one time I'm excited for winter! Can't wait to see more videos from you.Oh I will be doing DOUGHNUTS for sure come winter time ! It takes a while for Texas to get some good snow.