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Old 05-25-2006, 01:39 PM
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I may check up on that soon here Scooter. I'm sure the neighbors would like another project in the driveway. "My pictures are all wonkey!"

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I may check up on that soon here Scooter. I'm sure the neighbors would like another project in the driveway. "My pictures are all wonkey!"

That's the point. As soon as one of them mentions it being nice not having anything out there, you gotta bring the cap'n home AND another project
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You need something like this: http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Suzuk...43079821QQrdZ1

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Well, that is not a real suki, more like a suki body on a Ford frame. You have to love that big red hook in the back, I was rotf when I saw that. I am suprised it only went to $1500, the parts are worth more then that and they have a big mud bogging group down there.
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i'll get flamed outta the forum here, but when it comes to cost and reliability, as well as aftermarket parts, it's hard to beat a jeep cherokee. i got one for my daily driver and it gets around pretty good on the trails too. they've already got a straight axle and upgrades for them are cheap(chromoly axles,etc..), and you can buy a 4.5" lift or under 500 bucks and that'll clear 33's no problem. add the 2 inch spring spacers kit for 80 dollars and you're rolling 35's with lots of flex and no rubbing. plenty of room for the kids or drunken buddies and 3 coolers in the back cargo area...
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dont they have a 35c in the rear? or st least some of them?
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some do, some have a 44... i don't know a whole lot about them... all i do is put gas in it and change the oil.. pretty reliable no matter how you treat em..
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i can.. at 20 MPG!!! the old crewcab get maybe half that..LOL
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> I would definitely say a small rig with full axles

BII with full width axles on E-Bay

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$1500 - no drivetrain! Which means not driven yet

Still, might be a good shell, since it has 4.88s and lockers, for a 302 transplant from a full size Bronco.
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