Thread: Lets see some full size pictures...

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    Ooooh! Can I play too? I know most people don't regard it as a fullsize, but it really is; really... it's just svelte.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrstang01
    I'd like to see a build up on this Suburban, I've been checking out Ron's.

    Here's my base:
    I would really like to "build it up" but cash has been tight lately.
    since that picture i added a set of 37/12.50/17's BFG KM2'S and a few more dents.
    last week i was able to get a hold of some "pork chop"style tool boxes that i will install over the wheel wells and move the spare to the roof or the rear bumper
    currently all my camping stuff is in crates in the back with the third seat removed .For sleeping i lay down the second row of seating and it gives us a 4.5x9ft place to sleep with a foam pad for comfort when we cannot go outside raining etc we have a 10" lcd dvd player hanging from the roof
    I can carry 40 gallons of fuel and 14 gallons of water....My 2 kids sleep in a tent LOL
    1989 suburban V2500 6"lift 37/12.50/17 BF.Goodrich mud TA KM2's on H2 wheels 350/400/10b/14b
    Currently packed with everything i need to live for a few weeks anywhere!

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    The old Tundra is about the size of an F150, no? You're in Jim

    Quote Originally Posted by jim65wagon
    Ooooh! Can I play too? I know most people don't regard it as a fullsize, but is really is; really... it's just svelte.


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    One more for the fullsize section...

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    My stock 2001 GMC. It does duty as a fifth wheel hauler so it will stay stock. The roads and places I tend to travel are well served by this rig.

    It has the Vortec 6.0 and Michelin LTX M/S 245/75 R16 tires.

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    '91 Suburban, some bits & pieces. Happens to be for sale.

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    Trust me, you want to click on this link. http://www.4x4offroads.com/suburban-...las-gears.html

    Makes me want to sell the Rubicon.
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    It was a ways down in the article before they said were they were... but the look of that truck, (having seen others online) immediately made me think Iceland

    Quote Originally Posted by maximumrob
    Trust me, you want to click on this link. http://www.4x4offroads.com/suburban-...las-gears.html

    Makes me want to sell the Rubicon.

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    Where do those Icelandic guys find those giant fender flares? I've always thought that was one of the coolest things on the vehicles from Arctic Trucks.
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    90 Suburban AKA Clifford:

    these were taken on a trail in the White Mtns May '08





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    Daily driver - 2014 4Runner 4x4

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