Driving a 30’ Box Truck Over Engineer Pass, in an attempt to prove SWB 4x4 drivetrains aren’t really needed....

BritKLR

Kapitis Indagatoris
Colorado + unmarked white truck/van + dude driver + not local + blindly following gps + always getting lost down mountain roads looking for a secret short cut+ no common sense + really wants too be a bud tender instead of delivery driver (less inventory accountability) = MJ/Hemp Delivery Driver in Colorado......
 

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vintageracer

To Infinity and Beyond!
There's a joke around here that no matter how bada$$ your rig, no matter how tough the trail, there'll be a clapped out 1996 Subaru Outback on stock tires and suspension at the top.
Which makes a 1996 Subaru or any Subaru for that matter the ULTIMATE Overland Vehicle as they can go ANYWHERE, ANYTIME with LITTLE IF ANY Off-Road Driving Experience and you can Sleep in the back!
 

krick3tt

Adventurer
comparing the weight of a Subaru and a 30 foot box truck there is little surprise that a box truck probably won't make the route. So what happened to this story? What is the outcome?
 
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