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This is a discussion on Truck/bug out vehicle within the General Talk forums, part of the General Discussion category; Originally Posted by Juggernaut can you carry stuff in a wrangler? I like them but I am looking to move dressers and etc. They are ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juggernaut View Post
    can you carry stuff in a wrangler? I like them but I am looking to move dressers and etc. They are cool though
    If you're looking to move dressers, couches, dead bodies, a festival of hookers, a picking field of Mexican's, etc. etc., than any of the Jeeps aren't going to cut it. There good for offroad and carrying realistic bugout gear to live longterm in the bush, but aren't festival of hooker movers.

    You'll need an F150 or one of those pos Chevy's for that.
    I wouldn't get caught up on the 4x4 so much though unless you know you're going to be doing some heavy offroad where there's not even the resemblance of a road.

    Seeing as you are in Cali here are some examples,

    1962 F100

    1958 ford f100

    82 for F150 $1800 OBO

    1991 f150 70000 miles $$2500

    1991 Ford F150 4x4 shortbed

    89 Ford F150 XLT Lariat

    There are some with sensors and PCM and some without. The older without of course. Not hard to work on and learn a you go for lots of stuff. Get a Chilton's, a racket set and some screw drivers and go.

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    I love my 2004 F350 Powerstroke. 6 inch lift with 35's on her. It's fully piped to reduce temp and get best diesel mileage around 23-28mpg highway. Shes bad ass and will take me through hell if need be.we also have a 2000 quad cab Dakota with a V-8.

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    In a landlocked island like the UK, as far as BOVs go, I would want something that wouldn't draw as much attention as an army vehicle. I wouldn't mind finding a way around running out of fuel in a few months.

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  5. #14
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    Plymouth England
    I'm not a vehicle expert but if I was buying I think I'd go for something small and tough like these babies in Russia, just big enough to stretch out and sleep in the back to eliminate the need for a tent. I should imagine you could live in one forever-

    Vehicle mobility should be high priority if you have to get off the main roads to avoid zomb roadblocks, or you ain't going nowhere-

    Last edited by Lucky Jim; 03-29-2013 at 08:48 AM.


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