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post #1 of (permalink) Old 11-26-2007, 02:21 PM Thread Starter
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Military version JK = the new J8

The rear springs are leaf springs.
The 2 door version is the same length as the 4 door.
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Gives me a warm fuzzy.

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I'm liking the "truck with a topper" one.

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It could also be a replacement for the Isrealie Stretched Military YJ.... and sadly, never show up in the US.
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There would be a "gray market" for thlese babies in the US no doubt! How many cou ld we get in a shipping container? With the four cylinder tubro diesel, what do ya the MPH would be? Did the read it right, towing capacity woud be over 7K? I like it too.

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It would be nice to see these for auction at the DRMO sales in 10 or 15 years once they've reached thier service limits.

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With the four cylinder tubro diesel, what do ya the MPH would be
From what I read, it should be about 29mpg with 170hp and 300ftlbs torque.


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From what I read, it should be about 29mpg with 170hp and 300ftlbs torque. BMB
I can live with those numbers, Thanks BMB

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