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    Bald Tire
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    My Fj40

    Here is my rig I've been working on since 1982 bought for 100 bucks with paper route money

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    Hammer Down!
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    That is a sweet rig. I've always wanted one of those.

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    Beautiful rig, would love to hear some details on it


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    Looks like you have a great copilot

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    Very nice looking rig.

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    Looks like you have a company. Cool jeep!

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    Quote Originally Posted by glpd74 View Post
    Beautiful rig, would love to hear some details on it


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    Its a 1971 with a 1989 Chevy 350 mated to Toyota drive train " 4 speed". Last year I upgraded the old TBI with the newer Holley Sniper system , while I was in there I re-wired the whole vehicle to support mini fuses,

    He has on board air and water heater , for the onboard air all bumpers and sliders hold air , and the water heater is a heat ex changer coming off the engine , basically click a water hose into the inlet panel turn on pump and pressurized hot water for shower comes out.


 

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