Recent content by Life_in_4Lo

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    New Defender Rage/Hate Thread

    It's amazing how fluid your statements are.
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    New Defender Rage/Hate Thread

    So? Again, the departure angle has nothing to do with the cargo capacity of the Defender in comparison to the LR4. The breakover and departure have nothing to do with cargo differences. The LR4 is larger than the Defender. You start by chastising me that the Defender is larger than the LR4...
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    New Defender Rage/Hate Thread

    Departure angle has nothing to do with cargo capacity either.
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    New Defender Rage/Hate Thread

    Then why keep saying the Defender is bigger? The Defender has a longer wheelbase on roughly the same length. That's a decrease in breakover. The reason Defender has a better breakover has nothing to do with increasing the departure angle. The reason Defender cargo area is smaller, is because...
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    New Defender Rage/Hate Thread

    LR4: Nearly the same size but larger in every critical dimension LR4 cargo area is vastly more practical and larger what does this even mean? You're making my arguments for me.
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    New Defender Rage/Hate Thread

    Naw mate, the LR4 seems bigger and much better as a camping vehicle. I like how functional the LR4 pkg is. If you think 18" wheels on a offroad build is a plus, you've lost the plot.
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    New Defender Rage/Hate Thread

    That can be said of nearly everyone that tries to put out youtube content
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    New Defender Rage/Hate Thread

    didn't realize he was so popular. He is annoying but he also has a lot of experience and credible opinions. I can seperate the delivery from the message. But he's tough to take sometimes for sure.
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    Is it always this way or more due to the increase in camping interest due to covid-19?

    I never go to designated campgrounds. Allergic to pavement camping. I think it depends on time of the week, at least around here. But big uptick in primitive camping, anything close to civilization. I'll hit some more Sierras before the cold hits, so I hope you're right.
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    Wolfpack Alpha - 2014 JK Build Thread

    Wow, lucky that Titan piece didn't let go on the road! Looks like no penetration on the weld all the way around. Is that how you see it? Glad they squared up with you quickly.
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    2000-2007 Lexus LX

    Tough time to buy now. High demand for these. Depending on your expectations, a higher mileage one will be in your price range. Maintained, they will last longer than most. Very durable. Check i8hmud.com forums in the 100 series for a faq on buying. Other Toyotas to consider: GX470 (4.7 V8)...
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    Is it always this way or more due to the increase in camping interest due to covid-19?

    covid vacations I've never seen it so busy camping. You're right, fitness equipment (bicycles for example) is booming. I've also seen many more outfitted 4x4's than ever I've also gotten so many unsolicited offers on property since covid started. But those feel like vultures.
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    New Defender Rage/Hate Thread

    Isn't that what I just said?
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    New Defender Rage/Hate Thread

    That sounds about right with regards to pricing. But I'm sure they would still sell every one imported here. And, no one can expect such a small builder vehicle to be cheap. Sadly, I'm sure a full-tilt Bronco will cost nearly as much with demand. $50k is the new $35k I remember when $100k was...
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    New Defender Rage/Hate Thread

    sadly, $65K is right in line with premium 4x4 products Even the top line Bronco and Jeep Rubicons are $50k+ I'm sure Ineos would sell out instantly at that price. They seem to be teasing it coming to the US, but I don't know...
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