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Old 10-12-2011, 01:51 AM
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Here is a photo of one of our bug out vehicles. It is a 1999 TJ. The other vehicle is a 1979 Dodge Ramcharger. The bumpers on that Dodge Ramcharger are 1/2" rolled steel weighing about 300 Ib. each.







The Jeep TJ has a Stealth Cobra CB, ICOM transceiver, Bearcat Scanner, Panasonic Toughbook laptop (Nav, maps, internet etc..) and a military compass just in case the high tech stuff lets us down :-) (old school rocks)
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My lovely little FJ62 Landcruiser.




and likely to be in the convoy, The S10
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Here are some pics of my 2010 Tacoma BOTT/SWIV:



Just finished installing the new suspension package for increased payload:







All works well:

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Man i love those Ramcharger's,I've had two over the years. A 1979 4X4 and a 1985 2X4 really liked the 79 model,it was a bitch getting thea all steel and glass roof off and on by yourself. Now i have a 1999 Tahoe 4X4 4 door nothing special and alot of miles and needs work,but it holds alot and and with a 4X8 trailer it should do what i need.
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You are right badcarma those Ramcharger hardtops are a mother to take off, but once off what a rush. Mine has factory rollbars. It is a joy to drive in the summer.
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Dogone I didnt know yall lived round here...thats every vehical this side tha mason-dixon line...lol-------except my wife shes got tha van..
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Im in talks and might be picking up a 85 k5 m1009 with a 454 swap this weekend.
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So many super expensive testosterone filled vehicles that are anything but low profile and affordable. What a case of penis envy!

A BOV needs to be strong, camo ugly and super dependable or it attracts attention like flies to a pile of poop.
Don't confuse my BOTT/SWIV with penis envy!
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Mine isn't expensive, used truck that i got off the lot, and a $600 camper.
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My toolbox!!

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in the process of buying a truck has got to be a 4x4 with all terrain tires a little bit of lift on it and a good bit of space
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definitely nothing fancy but it gets anywhere and i love it and it was cheap 92 suburban k2500 with a 454tbi




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trying to post pics of my 1990 ramcharger. how do I do it?
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i plan on stealing a motorbike off an unsuspecting rider as soon as i bust outta the cop shop

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Well, ours is a bug out vehicle / home.
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