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09-17-2010 12:10 PM
jayc 2 different animals depends on which one you want. Personally I'd like to have one of both. I take my jeep to the trails and while I dont mind the battle scars I still care what happens to it bc its my Jeep and my DD. A buggy...those things are frankensteins, I could break the hell out of it and not care a bit, and with one I could go places I couldnt go in my jeep bc i wouldnt care what happened to, i'd be less cautious i guess.
09-17-2010 12:06 PM
Rock buggies VS Jeeps

I think rock buggies are taking over. It used to be Jeeps we used to see out on the trail. Now you see rock buggies.

Jeeps: registered in insured tires 31-36 4wd and unmaintaned public roads
and trails.
Rock buggies: not reistered ,not insured trailered and tire 36+
privte land.

What do you think?

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