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Old 08-28-2012, 07:52 PM
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My '84 Bronco II on 33"s


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Old 08-28-2012, 08:10 PM
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I don't have any "toys" unfortunately. I would love a beater and a ATV but I just can't afford that stuff on a college budget. I found a bunch of pics of my old truck and a few of my new truck and a few others that I came across. Brings back a lot of good memories.





My Buddies 5.4 V8 4X4






Me and my buddies old jeep out on the beach in Jacksonville.






Slid into the front of my buddies F150 in the mud. Chit happens


My friends 1500 6" on 35" toyos. Backed into a lake lol Guess who pulled him out


R.I.P 2006 6.0 Lariat - You were an amazing truck, and never once did you let me down...and you saved my life


The New Ride

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Old 09-02-2012, 11:52 PM
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Germans with US Heavy Metal

We recently bought one of the very few F-350 DRWs in Germany as a platform for a truck camper and to tow...

...our Offroad toy. A 1995 Grand Cherokee 5.2 with "some" modifications.





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old ride 91 tracker new ride 2012 teryx sport
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just got her up and running again


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Does a 6x6 count? Its my off-roading toy.

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How we do it down here in australia :p when I want to do the harder track and don't want to damage the effy

96 nissan patrol
4.2 straight 6 petrol, auto, factory diff locks, factory sway bar disconnects, 5" lift, 315/75R16s, sliders, snorkel, bull bar, winch, spoties, longrange tank, will go anywhere you point it.
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Old 02-26-2013, 04:15 PM
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Mine.

about a year ago,



and now.


bed sides off

and on


14B ff rear axle, 79 HP ford 60 front axle. ~3" of lift all around. Tucked T-case for fully flat under side, narrowed 16" front body work, 30" rear body work, frame/body bobbed 10", 38.5" TN cut swampers. Still doing finishing touches before it makes it first run in the new configuration.
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Built 2006 Yamaha Rhino 660 base. Bored to 686 with 11:1 comp pistion. Head studs, ported, valve springs, Stage 2 Cam, Fully built bottom end, balanced. Makes about twice the hp of a stock 660. Bunches of supporting mods and goodies. it'll hand with a rzr s 800 and leave a stock 800 rzr.




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My first car and now a yard ornament. Blew the tranny and haven't had time to get it rebuilt. Some day it will be back in commision and have much more added.
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