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Old 01-09-2009, 03:33 PM   #1
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Old 01-09-2009, 04:01 PM   #4
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Damn... That's the very first JK I've ever liked!
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Looks cool at first glance. But check out the flat leaf springs in the back. Also, I don’t think you could fit tires that are much bigger than what’s on it, so that would make it a "road only" vehicle. Sorry to pee in your corn flakes, but that thing is pretty much non-functional in its implied intended purpose. Is that a military prototype? It wouldn’t surprise me if our government would buy something like that, put it into service, and then figure out that it only works on the freeway.

On second thought, I could do a lot of damage to a Prius with that big gun. Does it come with a windshield reticle and a remote trigger?

Another observation: No brass catcher on the big gun? I'm not exactally sure, but I think the trajectory of the ejected shells from that big gun on top would put some very hot brass in the lap of anyone in the passenger seat.
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Looks cool at first glance. But check out the flat leaf springs in the back. Also, I don’t think you could fit tires that are much bigger than what’s on it, so that would make it a "road only" vehicle. Sorry to pee in your corn flakes, but that thing is pretty much non-functional in its implied intended purpose. Is that a military prototype? It wouldn’t surprise me if our government would buy something like that, put it into service, and then figure out that it only works on the freeway.

On second thought, I could do a lot of damage to a Prius with that big gun. Does it come with a windshield reticle and a remote trigger?
Yeah you're right, anything with leaf spring must suck.
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The military model has D60's and leaves in the back for the extra weight.
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Yeah you're right, anything with leaf spring must suck.
That is what you took from what I said? I'm not commenting on the fact that it has leaf springs, that is neither here nor there. What I'm saying is that the suspension is maxed with the thing just sitting still sitting still.

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The military model has D60's and leaves in the back for the extra weight.
So you're sayin' that this is the civilian model?
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This is a military demo vehicle intended for over seas sales.... mainly in the Egypt area.
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This is a military demo vehicle intended for over seas sales.... mainly in the Egypt area.
J8, yes? Cool Jeep, but I just can't understand the undersized street tires.
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With an open top and 4, 5gal fire bombs attached to it doesn't seem very safe.
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J8, yes? Cool Jeep, but I just can't understand the undersized street tires.
x2, (except for the cool part) and look at that ground clearance
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Damn... That's the very first JK I've ever liked!
Right until you got as far as the AT tires. Sweet.
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This is a military demo vehicle intended for over seas sales.... mainly in the Egypt area.
I hear a reprise of the Rat Patrol.
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