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Old 07-05-2012, 02:06 PM   #21
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Cherokee or Samurai are probably your cheapest option, cherokee has a huge aftermarket idk about samurai but try and find a AMC 4.0 for the cherokee i think its either pre 91 or 90 they pretty tough motors
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Get an "I heart jeeps" sticker and put it on his truck
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Cherokee or Samurai are probably your cheapest option, cherokee has a huge aftermarket idk about samurai but try and find a AMC 4.0 for the cherokee i think its either pre 91 or 90 they pretty tough motors
Thanks man!
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Old 07-05-2012, 02:24 PM   #23
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Jeeps are so... Yeah.

Jeeps are absolutely awesome plaing around in the dirt at low to moderate speeds, and can climb anything and is pretty damn strong if you arent trying to break shit..I bought a 1997 Wrangler sport for off road and its amazing, love it, on the street it is horrible since I have it set up for off road.

Find a samuri or toyota!
Samurais seem to fetch quite a bit of cash, and then there is the issue of weak components and a 1.3L motor (wwweeeeaaaakkkkk).

I would love to have a Samurai with a Toyota drivetrain, thats whats up, lol.

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I heard the jeep thing makes it burn when you pee
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Honestly your best bang for the buck by far would be a Cherokee, very inexpensive (less than wranglers generally speaking) and TONS of aftermarket, and even used aftermarket parts are very easy to find, since a lot of Jeep stuff is interchangeable..
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Old 07-05-2012, 02:26 PM   #24
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Samurais seem to fetch quite a bit of cash, and then there is the issue of weak components and a 1.3L motor (wwweeeeaaaakkkkk).

I would love to have a Samurai with a Toyota drivetrain, thats whats up, lol.



Only at first, I can barely tell anymore, lol..


Honestly your best bang for the buck by far would be a Cherokee, very inexpensive (less than wranglers generally speaking) and TONS of aftermarket, and even used aftermarket parts are very easy to find, since a lot of Jeep stuff is interchangeable..
Now I just need to find one!
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Old 07-05-2012, 02:29 PM   #25
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Heap TJ 1997 to 2006 - get the 4.0 straight 6, manual - great aftermarket IMO
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Old 07-05-2012, 02:33 PM   #26
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Old 07-05-2012, 02:39 PM   #27
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You want cheap? Get a 92-95 YJ (1st few years with the YJ weren't rearl good) with the 4cyl and 5 spd and don't go any bigger than 31's. That thing will live a long time like that. The AX5 trans and the Dana 35 rear are the biggest downfalls but will hold up to mild wheeling.

XJ, FJ60/FJ62, 79-85 Hilux are good choices if you don't want the open air thing.
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Old 07-05-2012, 02:47 PM   #28
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There's not much you can go wrong with, since you don't mind beating the shit out of it. Both old Jeeps and old Toyota pickups have a big aftermarket. I would love a samurai, all the ones out here I've seen run less than 5k, however I would need it to be street legal, and most of them are green sticker only. You'll also want to look into that, are you prepared to buy a trailer and tow straps to tow your trail rig if necessary?
I own 3 trailers I'm fine with that
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