I’ve wanted a #10 JP Jeep since I first saw the movie. I want the Triumph Scrambler from Jurassic World as well.My question was just me pondering out loud. I really don't know what the reaction was to the coil vs spring debate on YJ / TJ's. I really never paid attention.
Okay. I will give you the Jurassic Park YJ. I'd roll a replica in a heartbeat. In fact I think there is two around town here.
Two Edmonton men are turning heads after building picture-perfect replicas of the 1992 Jeep Wrangler Saharas used during a pivotal scene in the '90s blockbuster "Jurassic Park."globalnews.ca
The defender tows more than any vehicle in its class. So... gonna buy one? Or would a wrangler suit you better? Or gonna get a road-going F150?
Choice E: None of the above. You're here to do nothing but troll.
Agreed, but this guy can't stop with the towing comments."It's class''?
It's in a class that I use to tow nothing.
Only responding to the completely out of context post about RVs which have nothing to do with the Defender. Trying to steer it back on topic... heh. I leave in the morningI thought we'd gotten past all of the name-calling- it's unfortunate to see you devolve the conversation. I think your better than that Blaise- I hope you are enjoying Montana in your comfy LR!
He has also said the Bronco doesn’t have enough payload.
...which is amusing because IFS is the design of choice on 1,000km Baja trophy trucks that spawned the Raptor, and the Raptor itself has raced Baja in stock form. And let's not compare those to Class 10 buggies which are fully independent open-wheel monsters.....And says that the front IFS is weaker and is a negative for overlanding ......he doesn't say this, but a reasonable conclusion would be that's X's 2 for the Defender with it's front and rear IFS.
Complete apples and oranges. Those suspensions are huge long arm setups that cost a lot more than a new Defender....which is amusing because IFS is the design of choice on 1,000km Baja trophy trucks that spawned the Raptor, and the Raptor itself has raced Baja in stock form. And let's not compare those to Class 10 buggies which are fully independent open-wheel monsters.
I guess 70-90mph over 1,000km of desert rocks and ruts doesn't compare to gently cruising across playas and along gravel roads with occasional washouts though.