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 MEAT_EATER
Joined: 9/14/2006
Msg: 35
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lol you actually drive that jeep in public welder? that's a chick mobile!! hehe

no matter what you do to that jeep, it will always look girly haha

Toyota 4-runner is the best bet.

Sincerley
and HAPPY holidays
BEST wishes
CAREFULL driving
and always be safe GALS

MEAT
 Fishfancy
Joined: 1/31/2005
Msg: 38
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Posted: 12/19/2006 10:05:38 AM
What about my 94 Jeep YJ 4X4 4.0 litre in line 6. That ride is sweet to get to the places I fish and hunt.
PRO"S
Its got a 4 inch lift
Turns on a dime
Just like a quad but bigger and has a kick @ss stereo
Short wheel base for the washouts
Can go topless
You know your alive when driving it-hold on to your kidneys'
I look good in it
manual transmition-cant beat it

Con's
Not that much space for gear-small trailer would be good or a large roof rack
Known to tip over

No room for my enduro bike-again a trailer would be nice
The dogs are a little tight in there-100lb Black Lab and a fat Blue Healer
Small gas tank-carry a gas can both for the Jeep and the fire......now that's a fire

PS-always take tools, and extra belt,duct tape and some fuses..and a portable air pump too!

There's a pic of me,the JEEP and my belly boat on my profile...and the fish I got too. They made me take down the pic of the deer I got...damn animal rights...nice deer though.
I am a master butcher-9 years in the trade so any of you hunters need a lesson on How to cut up game 101 .....I am your girl!!!!!!

Have a 3/4 ton Chevy truck and sometimes got stuck when a 4X4 road ended and it always hit the back bumper in a wash out. The truck has 450,000 km now and is now my work truck.
No matter what you drive as long as it gets you to where the fish/game are then you got er beat...
Love the Backroads Map-it's like a Bible to me.
 4x4+geek
Joined: 4/7/2007
Msg: 51
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Posted: 1/28/2009 12:53:21 PM
The best "Stock" off-roaders I've seen in action were Range-Rovers and Land-Rovers. Toyotas have been much more relaible and are much less expensive. For poorly maintained logging roads the OP mentioned, anything 4x4 will suffice. Longer-weelbase trucks will tend to have more ground-clearance problems when crossing "water-bars."

http://www.roverlanders.bc.ca/
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