Quote: Wiretender is gonna spew in his shorts when he sees that alternative to his Dolphin!
Interesting rig to say the least...but $8K?? Hmmmm I guess. One of these days I'll be to old for tents and hanging over a log to unload.
Ya, I'm already too old for tents. That's why I cram myself into the back of my truck instead.
This rig is definately no Rubicon tamer, but it would sure be fun as a hunting/long-distance exploring rig. There would be a ton of changes I'd do to it however. I've seen a number of similier rigs like this from overseas but this is the only one with an integrated body and 4x4 that I've seen here in the states. I thought it was pretty cool.
If I had it, I don't think I'd SAS it. This isn't a rig you'd be taking up any extreme trails. And you'd want to keep the lift to a minimum, if not stock. Also, it would probably spend a great deal of time on the highway on long trips. So, I think I'd put 33s on it, with little or no lift. It would also be a definate candidate for a FF rear axle and an engine swap of some type. And that rear bumper has to go, among a few other things.
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