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What offroad vehicles would you buy if money was not a conern?

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You never said what yr tecate.....

I would take my Buddies 86 Or find an 87

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I would use the rest of the money to find the Parts for it...:laugh:

That or you can borrow #9 on my list and have some fun on me!!!!!!:elvis::elvis::elvis:

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I'm going to start working on a 2000 ford ranger i got, has no motor or transmission, i'm going to lift it, get the fiberglass stadium truck body. put some nice thick tires on it and have a sweet sand runner

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and for the forum i would pick up a jeep cherokee prob 94 or a 96 with manuel 5 speed tranny switch out the axles, add some here and their stuff to the engine add the catback exhaust to it possibly borla get me a 4 inch lift or 4 1/2 and 33 inch mud tires possibly super swampers, nothing to fancy just want something to go through the mud

for atv a arcitc cat trv with crush locks 32 "gorilla tires and gorilla axles 5 inch lift and get steel horses in texas to trick out the motor so its a 1000cc atv... but i would only do that if i didnt live in new york cause their is no were to go with something like that were i live

and a popo 850 xp with 29.5 laws

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ouch bb that one really hurt...lol
Did not mean to offend I have no problem with AC. My point is biggest is not the best.

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no man it was just a joke lol i didnt mean it to sound like i took offense to ur comment sorry

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jeeps r pretty good in the mud but i prefer using them for rock crawlin

good come back, i was about to say man! just get some old 500 dollar chevy for mudding.

i'm about to install a 4 inch lift on my Grand Cherokee :)

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wat year grand cherokee u got? and wat kinda lift got im trying to find a jeep lift for my jeep cherokee but i dont want to spend 900-1000 for one

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yea the budget lifts arent bad was thinking about get a 3 inch and just adding the blocks to the back and front so i can get more lift from that... i was thinking ebay but i dont want to pay that much and find out its missing bolts shocks or something that but thanks for the info... then again im 16 so i think ill settle with my jeep for now ill pay it off and spend money on a lift later down the line... but wat kind of lift u get?

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yea the budget lifts arent bad was thinking about get a 3 inch and just adding the blocks to the back and front so i can get more lift from that... i was thinking ebay but i dont want to pay that much and find out its missing bolts shocks or something that but thanks for the info... then again im 16 so i think ill settle with my jeep for now ill pay it off and spend money on a lift later down the line... but wat kind of lift u get?

1992-1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee - 3.5" Suspension Lift Kit (EZ-Ride) - Jeep Grand Cherokee Lift Kits

Check this deal out. 3.5 for under 600. damn good deal.:huh:

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