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Old 05-03-2013, 08:56 PM   #1
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COOL.......TrilhaSC Concessionária Troller.
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I'd really like to see one upclose. The videos I've seen, they will out-do a Jeep. These have been on my radar for the last 10 years.



LOL try that with our Jeeps, I know mine would die.

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That is nothing a properly equipped Jeep can't do. A few years ago, when my hometown flooded out, after abnormally high rainfall, me and a few local Jeepers were plowing through water that was almost that high. I didn't have a snorkel or any of that. I just keep moving and don't stop for nothing! lol
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I checked out some of the other videos on that link. It seems that driving thru deep water, on pavement, the Troller had no problems. But the other videos were off road and they didn't look all that great. The owners seem to like to hit deep water at ramming speed..
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I checked out some of the other videos on that link. It seems that driving thru deep water, on pavement, the Troller had no problems. But the other videos were off road and they didn't look all that great. The owners seem to like to hit deep water at ramming speed..
LoL! I guess maybe that is a test of manhood down there....
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