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How Not To Drive A Sherp, And How To Save It After It Flips Over


If you haven’t seen a Sherp before then you have missed out on seeing an off-road rig that will do amazing things in amazing terrain, including floating down rivers, plowing over and through impossibly deep snow, and climbing over almost anything. The only problem with them is that they don’t have any actual suspension. Instead they rely on giant, soft, balloon like tires that are centrally inflated by the Sherp itself. This isn’t a problem in a lot off terrain, but apparently it is if you are driving in the mountain trails of Utah where this Sherp ended up on its side going through one of the trails and had to call for some backup.

The call went out to the Fab Rats gang and with some smart winching, a little shoving, and some love it came back up onto all four wheels. It was precarious, but fun to watch, so check it out on the video below.


 




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