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    2013 SEMA Jeep M715 Military Truck

    For all you Jeep Truck lovers, this M715 on display at the 2013 SEMA Show was simply gorgeous!!














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    Yes oh yes I want one of those! I know it's an olde but it is definitely my favorite.
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    awesome original

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    nice truck! But why the hell is there a flange on the exhaust tip

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    I would so rock this Jeep.

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    Man, my wife even said this thing is cool!
    “Dogs are our link to paradise. They don't know evil or jealousy or discontent. To sit with a dog on a hillside on a glorious afternoon is to be back in Eden, where doing nothing was not boring--it was peace.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by Holeshot View Post
    nice truck! But why the hell is there a flange on the exhaust tip
    Probably to install an exhaust extension in order to avoid the exhaust sucking water back in the engine for swampy/deeper water conditions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brikino View Post
    Probably to install an exhaust extension in order to avoid the exhaust sucking water back in the engine for swampy/deeper water conditions.
    or to warm up stuff, like they do with snow plow trucks with the sand/calcium box. The exhaust pass in the box to prevent it from freezing.
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    That's why I got an old Jeep . They were built so heavy duty you can walk all over these things and not dent them .Don't try it in your JK !

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    Quote Originally Posted by dahreno View Post
    That's why I got an old Jeep . They were built so heavy duty you can walk all over these things and not dent them .Don't try it in your JK !
    lol great comment. love my jk, not going to lie, but when it comes to the body you tap a tree it crumbles, yet ive seen my yj buddies roll their jeep and drive away with just a scratch ahah

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