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    Quote Originally Posted by Kelly View Post
    1994 Toyota 4X4
    Ahhh, the gold standard of reliability. I've always wanted one.

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    [quote=LauraA;31466]'97 TJ....after breaking three out of four motor mounts on our old Corolla, we decided it might be time to step up.
    The Wrangler is pretty much stock, except for skids, 30" ATs, Rancho 5000 shocks and a Rancho steering stabilizer. If the Jeep doesn't go where we want, we walk.
    Old Peep's Jeep


    And after 6 decades, no one has come up with a more nimble or capable 4wd.

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    2004 TJ ( ruby).








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    My '03 XTerra, this bad boy's never let me down. Hopefully will be getting some upgrades this summer. Photo taken at Stibnite, ID


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    Quote Originally Posted by brian10x View Post
    That must be an early 77' GMC, eh?

    Seriously, a huge 2wd van out in the desert? You, sir, are a brave soul.


    Neither brave nor crazy ... wait strike that Ok...I am a bit lunar... but the closest I ever got to desert was the 17 miles of washboard dirt road between US 395 and Bodie, CA.

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    '03 Dodge Ram 3500 4x4 w/ mighty Cummins Turbo Diesel!Once the going gets rough, my '07 Yamaha Grizzly 700.
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    [quote=danbo;31470]2004 TJ ( ruby).


    Ahh, Wrangler Rubicons. I envy you. Locking differentials, top shelf Goodyears, all the good stuff. I hope Laura don't see this post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tbutler View Post
    My '03 XTerra, this bad boy's never let me down. Hopefully will be getting some upgrades this summer. Photo taken at Stibnite, ID
    I've had several Nissan trucks. never let me down either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paladin View Post
    '03 Dodge Ram 3500 4x4 w/ mighty Cummins Turbo Diesel!Once the going gets rough, my '07 Yamaha Grizzly 700.
    I myself own a 3500 Cummins/Dodge. This one is 2wd, but I've had one in 4wd.

    Quite possibly one of the greatest engines on earth, but by God, the sum***** is HEAVY! I was too afraid of digging my own sinkhole when I owned one.

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    [quote=brian10x;31480]
    Quote Originally Posted by danbo View Post
    2004 TJ ( ruby).
    Ahh, Wrangler Rubicons. I envy you. Locking differentials, top shelf Goodyears, all the good stuff. I hope Laura don't see this post.
    Uh huh I'd like to have one of those too, trail ready right from the manufacturer but it's okay Brian, you've seen the places our Old Peep's Jeep can go, it works for us.

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