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post #1 of 28 (permalink) Old 02-08-2004, 11:30 PM Thread Starter
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YEP i found my new 4x4 truck.

i am going to buy one of these this year!
i kid ya not



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IS that a Mercedes Benz Unimog?

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post #4 of 28 (permalink) Old 02-09-2004, 12:40 AM
 
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At the gym yesterday I saw some new Mercedes SUV that had extra boxy styling. look pretty dumb to me. It seriously had 0 curves lines. I think even the windshield was completely flat. I bet it things whistles like a stuffed pig at freeway speeds.


SO are you looking for a mobile command post for CLSB operations. Is that for hauling trackbikes???
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That's their new G series. Yhe new envy of all those who like to put 26" rims on anything

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You got it javio!

Those things are unreal! The towing ratio on those are ungodly!

Ken you never cease to amaze me!

I kid you not if you take a nice steel cable and wrap it around your house and reattach it to the truck you can litteraly cut your house right off the foundation with this thing!

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post #9 of 28 (permalink) Old 02-09-2004, 07:15 AM Thread Starter
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22 tons towing capacity brother!
yeah to go off roading, go to the track with my bike, and anything else i wanna do in a truck, except go fast and get good gas milage, but that isnt what this truck is for, its for FUN



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That looks like something Bill woudl drive.




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So are you going to tow everyone that is going to the CLSB trackdays?

I'm not short. I'm aerodynamically efficient.

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I'm sure your neighbors are gonna love that thing parked on your driveway!
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low gear in that thing maxs out at 2/10's of a mile an hour! That thing if anchored right could bring make Hawaii part of the continental United States

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I came close to buying an old deuce and a half in mint condition last summer. There were actually two of them for sale at $6400 each at the Oshkosh air show. There was enough room on the back for about 4 bikes. What I couldn't get past was the lack of leg room in the darn things. The seats were fixed and there was only room for someone about 5'4" to drive. I guess people were really short in the old days.

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G-wagon (G500) Cherry....it's been out for a while...Im staring at one in our parking lot.

It's supposed to be VERY offroad capable.....capable of 45 degree inclines or some sh*t like that.

Ken... just like that 18 wheeler you wanted to split with me.
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Is that an ice cream truck??
I'd like a bombcicle please

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post #17 of 28 (permalink) Old 02-09-2004, 05:43 PM Thread Starter
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actually it will fit in my garage



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That's their new G series. Yhe new envy of all those who like to put 26" rims on anything
ITs not a new series. THe G500 has been built for quite a number of years. Last year or teh year before was the first time it was imported to the US as a 'for sale in the US' vehicle. Before then, you had to import one yourself.
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does a fuel truck just drive along side of you with a permanant hose hooked up to your truck?

Talk about a gas guzzler tax !!

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who cares...lol



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ITs not a new series. THe G500 has been built for quite a number of years. Last year or teh year before was the first time it was imported to the US as a 'for sale in the US' vehicle. Before then, you had to import one yourself.
OK new to our market God some people are so anal

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freaking newbies, man there slow, ha ha ha
 
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G-wagon (G500) Cherry....it's been out for a while...Im staring at one in our parking lot.

It's supposed to be VERY offroad capable.....capable of 45 degree inclines or some sh*t like that.
Who cares how offroad capable it is, it's not like anyone that buys one has ever let the tires see what dirt is.
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UNIMOG Baby!!!


Specifications, Cargo Body Version
Wheelbase 9.5 feet
Track, front 5.3 feet
Track, rear 5.3 feet
Turning circle (outer wheel) 50.8 feet
Max. length 16.41 feet
Max width 7.0 feet Max
unloaded height 8.6 feet
Weight, empty 5,720 pounds
Max weight 10,450 pounds
Axle ground clearance 19 inches
Differential clearance 15.75 inches
Fording depth 31.5 inches
Approach angle 45 degrees
Departure angle 45 degrees
Max ascent 70 percent
Max descent 100 percent
Sidehill angle 42 degrees
Max speed 60 MPH.
Engine output 90 HP at 4850 RPM Torque 111 ft./lbs at 2800 RPM
Average fuel consumption 10 - 14 mpg
Trans. Gearing Forwards 14.93/8.23/4.47/2.46/1.52/1.0 Trans. Gearing Reverse 20.12/11.09


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actually it will fit in my garage

yeah but your boss will kick your ass because it clashes with.....everything she owns including the neighborhood she lives in.

You're going to have to buy some MI property and store your toy up there
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post #25 of 28 (permalink) Old 02-10-2004, 10:22 AM
freaking newbies, man there slow, ha ha ha
 
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90 hp, 111 ft/lbs of torque?? No wonder the trans has ridiculous gearing.
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hahahaha you guys crack me up



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10-14 MPG is still beter than the lincolnator!!!
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and alot more tough looking



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