Post up a pic of your 4x4 or 4x4's

Discussion in '4x4 / Truck Forum' started by 10ga, Jan 11, 2013.

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    IMG_0076.JPG IMG_0075.JPG My 2015 power wagon
     
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    My 73 chevy K20, np205, 700r4, 5.13 gears, Detroit locker rear, ARB front, 37" tires, chromolly axle shafts, efi, plus lots of body armor and lights.
     

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    I got all my armor built for the 98. I put some kick-out sliders on and some front fender rail guards. Last year I was on a trail and a friend was driving his Tundra when it slid into a high bank. He has the front fender rails and it saved him a lot of money on paint and body work. After I saw that, I decided when I built another one I was going to do the same. I guess we'll see but I think I'm settled into a rig for a while. This one already has some dents and scratches so I don't have to baby it like I did the white 99 or the red 80 series. We hit Hurricane Creek trail in western NC last week and had a blast.

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    Native NV Ducker Mod-Duck Hunters Forum, Classifieds, and 2 others Moderator Flyway Manager

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    10ga, that is a cool looking ride. I don't want it, wouldn't do the things I want to do, but if I saw it at the stoplight, you would get a 'honk', and a 'thumbs up'.
     
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    Thank you, sir. It's always good to get a thumbs up :tu
     
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    Man I have got to get my 60 back on the road this summer! I'm torn between swapping in a LS engine or fixing up/rebuilding the ole 2f. Modern engine would be way more practical but just kinda feels wrong!
     
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    If'ns you're gonna do an LS (I assume you mean a bow-tie LS), why not do an i-Force? Is it a budgetary thing, or will they not fit for some reason? Should be able to start finding those setups in junk yards.
     
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    Cost and simplicity. There are a million options and parts out there for swapping GM engines into nearly anything, and very little for Toyota stuff. I'd love to put a 2UZ in it, I don't need or want a ton of power, just enough to make it easy to drive. With the 2f it's just flat underpowered; fantastic offroad and at low speed but sucks when towing even a small trailer, on the interstate, up any sort of hill, etc.
    I really want to drop a Isuzu 4BD into it, but they're rather pricy too. I may actually end up with a big block just because I like the torque on the bottom end; makes driving easy.
     

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