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**DONOTDELETE** 09-10-2001 09:38 PM

Carrying the Wrangler/Tracker post further
 
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Spotted this "thing" at the UFWDA 25th on Thurs. Note especially the cool mismatched strange Tera tires on the rear.

Brad
ORC Land Use Editor
Land Use
VP RockGarden 4 Wheelers, Aztec, NM
RockGarden 4 Wheelers

Infernozx 09-10-2001 09:43 PM

Re: Carrying the Wrangler/Tracker post further
 
Thats so incredibly stupid.

Why don't people realise that Jeep's are for Offroad, Sazukis are pretty good too, 4runners work, but everything else is a pavement pounder.

Thats why noone makes aftermarket lift kits for Civics!

http://ala.clanpages.com/sigs/jeepster.jpg
[b]Proud owner of the first "trans-Oz" four wheel drive[b] (We took the "Yellow Brick" trail.)

lilrick 09-10-2001 09:47 PM

Re: Carrying the Wrangler/Tracker post further
 
Brad, did that thing have Michigan plates on it? I believe I know who owns that and have wheeled with him in upper Michigan a few years back. I can't remember his name off hand, i'd like to say Jim Mazzoola.. something like that, very active in the Michigan 4 Wheel Drive Association.

"It's not ugly! It just has a lot of "Character"!

**DONOTDELETE** 09-10-2001 10:09 PM

Re: Carrying the Wrangler/Tracker post further
 
I don't remember where it was from, but it was from out of state.

Brad
ORC Land Use Editor
Land Use
VP RockGarden 4 Wheelers, Aztec, NM
RockGarden 4 Wheelers

lilrick 09-10-2001 10:16 PM

Re: Carrying the Wrangler/Tracker post further
 
Thanks Brad.. it's gotta be him... I can't imagine two Trackers running Terra tires..but.. you just never know! I did make a mistake just in case Jim is reading this.. he is very active in the Great Lakes 4 Wheel Drive Association.. which covers Michigan, and surrounding states. Rick

"It's not ugly! It just has a lot of "Character"!

**DONOTDELETE** 09-10-2001 10:50 PM

Re: Carrying the Wrangler/Tracker post further
 
you can turn almost anything into a good wheeler. i've seen geo trackers with scout dana44's, i have even seen one in a magazine with full width axles and 1/4 eliptic rear springs. you just have to do it.

brian wilson
80 cj5 "high 5"
stretched to 100" wb
vortec350/4L80E/d300/d60fr/14br/detroits/4.56/38's

JEEPN 09-11-2001 07:34 AM

Re: Carrying the Wrangler/Tracker post further
 
No kidding, I think it shows originality and I'm glad he wheeling it. I'd love to follow it just to see how it does on the trail. A friend is going to build one, and he's been itching to start on it. We used to have a 4 door one, and it went great (rear coils).

JEEPN
Winter Harbor, Maine
'81 CJ-8 Scrambled, It's a Jeep, Chevy, IHC kinda thing!
'88.5 Zuki, 7" Lift, Locked, Swamped, Rolled, and just generally broken in right!


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