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GITI Tyres Big Test - Wood Lot Workhorse

In a Kiwi logging industry where 600-horsepower trucks have become commonplace and an increasing number boast 700-plus, it might seem that Jason Inness is working his 460hp Fuso Shogun a little beyond its comfort zone.

Especially loaded near its 53-tonne HPMV permit and working out of some remote wood lots with tricky access.

Jason admits the Fuso FS3146 is slow on the hills, but adds the Shogun is working within the manufacturer specs and is covered by the Fu...

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