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Thread: SPOTTED: Any 4X4 other than a Jeep JK Wrangler

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    Nothing but a Thing highoctane's Avatar
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    Was looking through some old pics and found a pic of the '89 Range Rover Country I had as a winter DD when I bought my JK. Had a 2" OME lift on it.



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    Nothing but a Thing Jersey_Devil's Avatar
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    Here's my old Ram that I traded in for a JK

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    Here's a cj that came to my house the other day

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    And these..... Well I just think these are the coolest off road vehicles EVER! There's a quarry near me that has these bad boys driving around and crossing the road in front of u.... There enormous!

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    HAPPY JEEPIN! ALMOST DOORS OFF WEATHER!!!

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    I would hate to be in the drivers seat of that dump truck when the front comes back down!!!

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    Here you go.
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    Custom paint?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTG View Post
    .......Custom paint?
    Some people call it custom, some call it a finely aged patina
    2009 Black Rubicon Unlimited
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    Quote Originally Posted by GCM 2

    Some people call it custom, some call it a finely aged patina
    Like fine wine my friend.

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    I actually found this one in my driveway! It's a Quigley 4x4 E350 Ford van.

    We use them in the field. They do great in adverse conditions! I have an extended one in Wyoming and it rocks the snow and mud great. I've had this one in South TX and it does great too.

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    I had a couple more pics but they were over 2mb. I'll try to shrink them and post them later.

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    Couldn't tell if it had more than one drive axle but, I'm gonna guess not. Still, this beast of a truck was pretty mean looking so, I thought I would add it to this thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    Couldn't tell if it had more than one drive axle but, I'm gonna guess not. Still, this beast of a truck was pretty mean looking so, I thought I would add it to this thread

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    I posted on Facebook already, btu I used to refuel those back when I was in Iraq in early 2003 for the initial invasion of Iraq. The CH-53E helicopter I flew on and worked on had 16k lbs of internal fuel tanks we carried since there were no bases for the convoys to stop at back then, so we landed in the desert and they pulled up for gas. $50 mil mobile gas station with .50 cal machine guns. I'm pretty sure all those axles are driven, since it's designed to pull it's loads through adverse terrain.

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