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    Post Pic's of your Jeep

    @ratled — it’s a Unimog! gImages here, check them out — https://is.gd/hoX4FU.
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    Post Pic's of your Jeep

    Camping and target shooting in the Nevada high desert, my JGC CRD was dwarfed by a friend’s rig. I’ll include a sunrise shot with my rig in it.
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    Halley - '17 WK2 Trailhawk Overland Build

    >> ... our club's trip last summer through the remote wilderness of Northern Maine. Hey, Mooselookmeguntic! It is beautiful up that way, though Mooselook may not be as far north as you were, 2180; it’s near where Maine, New Hampshire, and Quebec intersect, up by Rangeley and Oquossoc.
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    Post Pic's of your Jeep

    A great thread, with even greater pictures! .
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    Family of five, driving the world. Size ok?

    >> Will I be able to fit everything I what and need in a 4 door Wrangler? The answer is yes, however that answer also depends on your definitions of ‘need’ and ‘want’. A 4-door Wrangler likely will fit everything you need to take, but it likely will not fit everything you may want to take. You...
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    Grand Cherokee WK2 Off-Road Capability and Reliability

    Every vehicle has its strengths, and its weaknesses. The question becomes, did you buy the right vehicle for you? No rock crawling here. No desire to. I needed a rig to be my daily driver, long road trip comfortable cruiser, occasional tow beast, with decent MPGs, and with some decent off-road...
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    No way, bro! Sick! Custom off-road/expedition/overland trailer for sale

    But he totally blew off the questions from UrbanEscape505 back on post #13. Not cool. Whassup with that?
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    Grand Cherokee WK2 Off-Road Capability and Reliability

    To the OP, as was mentioned upthread, just upgrade the tires and you’ll be good to go. Here are better pics of my wheels and tires. The tires are 255/70-18s. .
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    Grand Cherokee WK2 Off-Road Capability and Reliability

    We’ve been very happy with our 2016 Overland EcoDiesel. It didn’t come Trail Rated or ORA-II badged but I’ve effectively made it equivalent to that. I changed from the stock 20” wheels to 18” Black Rhino wheels and 32” BFG KO2s. The 32” Goodyear Duratracs that I previously had on the 20s were a...
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    Diesel for overlanding- are you happy with the choice?

    I love my CRD Jeep Grand Cherokee, but this aspect — ULSD fuel availability — is a limiting factor as to where I can go. Right now I can drive the 3,500 one-way miles from San Francisco to Deadhorse Alaska, but I seriously doubt I can drive the 4,500 one-way miles from SF to Yaviza at the Darien...
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    Honda Pilot off road testing

    Sounds pretty good, especially for 7-people capacity. I now drive a 2016 Grand Cherokee but my car before this one was a 2001 CR-V that I took overland exploring too. I took that thing everywhere, and places where most don’t take their SUVs, but of course limited by no lo-transfer and no 4WD...
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    MaxTrax, are they worth it?

    Also, thanks Ray G for your good test report.
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    MaxTrax, are they worth it?

    I just got X-Bulls off of eBay too, for $75 a pair. Did I get scammed with cheap knock-off phonies?
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    Real MPGs for your rig?

    What about the Jeep can’t you swallow?
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    Real MPGs for your rig?

    Well then, the diesel Jeep Grand Cherokee might be what you want. It’s medium sized, not quite small, but then again it seats only 5 so it’s on the small side. (Roof rack and space case) (Camping by the Rome Pillars in Southern Oregon) (By the Rome Pillars in Southern Oregon) (On the...
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