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

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    Quote Originally Posted by highoctane View Post
    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.
    awesome info, thanks!!

    oh, and i kinda figured it had more than one drive axle but, i didn't want to assume. thanks for clearing that up

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    photo-7.jpg I saw this at an off road shop in Burbank today.

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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 would DD that and not even care about my gas mileage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    parked next to this guy on our way up the 395 - made moby look tiny...

    I believe I saw that rig parked outside Mammoth Lakes by the hot springs.

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    Spotted this old jeep while camping in Mount Shasta over the summer.

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    My old Suzuki samurai and my daughters power wheel
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    I was driving through town today and when I stop at a red light, I look over and this beast is sitting there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaptkrappy View Post
    I was driving through town today and when I stop at a red light, I look over and this beast is sitting there.

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    I bet that thing is hard to parallel park!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaptkrappy View Post
    I was driving through town today and when I stop at a red light, I look over and this beast is sitting there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doknocker View Post
    I bet that thing is hard to parallel park!

    The really funny thing about this picture is, there's a big dually parked behind/next to it and you can't see it.
    Poor little guy.

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    Fj.. Was pretty setup for wheeling. No rear bumper, bushwacher flairs, lift, etc.. All I noticed was how much of an angle his rear track bar had.
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