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GAOS 20 – Can-Am 6×6 All Terrain Vehicles

The off-road section of GAOS is filled with various options. These two 6-wheeled vehicles stood out. In both cases that third axel offers increased payload and ground contact.

The Defender 6×6 DPS is a side by side machine with a traditional steering wheel.

It incorporates a Rotax 976cc V-twin producing 82 horsepower and 69 foot pounds of torque. It’s can carry up to 1,000 pounds and has a towing capacity of 3,000 pounds.

The bed can be opened up for larger sizes loads.

The Outlander Max 6×6 XT 1000 ATV features a 1000 Rotax V-Twin engine which produces 82 horsepower. It has a carrying capacity out of Additionally, there is a factory installed 3,000 pound WARN winch.

If there’s a drawback to the Outlander Max, it’s the wide turn radius due to the handlebar steering and extra axel.

The bed can be tilted to dump hauled material.

5 Responses to “GAOS 20 – Can-Am 6×6 All Terrain Vehicles”

  1. EODFish says:

    Any idea the overall length on either? Will they come in diesel?

  2. Ray Forest says:

    It’s crazy my 6×6 Polaris 800 outclasses my neighbors Tacoma 4×4 in payload capacity and only has one less seat

  3. Jordan S says:

    What is the Can-Am Outlander Max bed dimensions?