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Old 04-30-2010, 02:24 AM   #1 (permalink)
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the great 4x4 adventure

I am currently building up my gen 1 montero in order to complete one of my dreams a few years ago a pack of land rovers left the east coast headed south they went way south along 5beast coast until they reached Argentina. then came up the west coast and ended. There journey in California. If anyone would like to join me and 7 other suvs and trucks, or if you would like to sponser us then please let me know please note that everything will be caught on tape. And if you want to join us then please have a well built truck. If Anyone has any info on this journey please let me know. And please no nay-sayers :-)
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Old 05-03-2010, 06:49 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I am currently building up my gen 1 montero in order to complete one of my dreams a few years ago ... And if you want to join us then please have a well built truck. If Anyone has any info on this journey please let me know. And please no nay-sayers :-)
Sounds like a blast to me. Unfortunately, I can't get mine to make it to Moab and back lately without something stupid breaking so I probably wouldn't even make it to the border.

Are you dropping a diesel into yours? That was the only thing I heard from a bunch that did something like that a few years ago. Unleaded was hard to come by south of Mexico.

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Old 05-04-2010, 09:28 PM   #3 (permalink)
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oh yeah definatly, for three reasons 1 being that my montero has 160,000 thousand miles on it and that long of a trip would destroy the engine...and the other is for the gas mileage that the little diesels are capable of getting cause that much fuel isnt going to be cheap, and the third being that the little diesels are pretty tough...and there just plane ol cool im also going to get either a new transmission or have a complete rebuild on the one i have in there now.
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