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Old 04-05-2013, 09:42 PM   #111
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The best survival vehicles you can trust.




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Old 04-06-2013, 01:30 PM   #112
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I have to say mine would be a slightly modded 96 jeep Cherokee, I've owned two of them and still have the second. These Cherokees have never left me stranded and I'm my opinion one of the most capable 4x4's made. I love my jeep XJ!
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I had a 76 Jeep CJ5 and I can say that it would go anywhere. I used to ride motorcycle trails in it. I can't describe the look of puzzlement when you pull up beside someone on a motorcycle that is miles in the middle of nowhere on a primitive trail.
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Toby is very dependable!! We have hunted a lot of elk together.

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Toby is very dependable!! We have hunted a lot of elk together.

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Toby is very dependable!! We have hunted a lot of elk together.
Beautiful horse. I have seen horses do many more things than a vehicle can. I have neighbors that still do some farming with horses to keep some of the old ways alive.
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Old 04-06-2013, 07:44 PM   #118
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My opinion is

3/4ton dodge or ford extended cab 4x4 Diesiel with a standard transmission and 50-80 gallon
Again my opinion never been a dura max fan but in the end it works also, I figure as long as it runs again shft mode there will be some place to siphon Desiel gas goes rank sooner than Desiel
Extended or double can give enough room to hunker down from elements when required
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Toby is very dependable!! We have hunted a lot of elk together.
I agree, that's probably going to be the best survival "vehicle" going.
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I have a modified Jeep Wrangler, problem is that it only has a 300mi range per tank. I have two jerry can mounts on my back bumper.
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