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Old 12-13-2005, 03:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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strong- strongest drivetrain

what 4*4 has the strong - strongest drivetrain from 1990-1998 and how much power can it handle, im asking this because i want to know what truck shall i get next to custom build over, i currently have a 95 V6 yota 5 speed and i dont think it will handle over 300hp for a long time, and customizing transmission and so on is to much problems and money, help please thanks

preffered a truck that i can go offroading with

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Flippant answer nš1: I'd look at something from International, Oshkosh, Komatsu, Caterpillar, the like.
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what 4*4 has the strong - strongest drivetrain from 1990-1998 and how much power can it handle, im asking this because i want to know what truck shall i get next to custom build over, i currently have a 95 V6 yota 5 speed and i dont think it will handle over 300hp for a long time, and customizing transmission and so on is to much problems and money, help please thanks

preffered a truck that i can go offroading with


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Old 12-13-2005, 03:51 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Flippant answer nš1: I'd look at something from International, Oshkosh, Komatsu, Caterpillar, the like.
now that's funny.
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Old 12-13-2005, 03:54 PM   #5 (permalink)
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some of those tanks the military uses are pretty strong.
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The only real answer: Whatever you build. No matter what you are thinking, you are not going to be able to buy a truck that is "heavy duty" enough for what you have in mind. Sure, there are nice CTD and Super Dutys that have really nice drivetrains, but basically, stock just doesn't cut it for most of us. About the most heavy duty thing I can think of is a Military Deuce or 5 ton, but that's not exactly 4 wheeling material. Deuce axles under a Jeep? Now there's heavy duty and wheel-able. Mild to wild, the only good answer is what you build custom to suit your specific needs. Me, I'll take a HEMMT!
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I was going to suggest the Navistar CXT, but thats a little too new. Oh well, I tried.
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ok my bad, looks like a custom build is what i need to the truck i like, looks like i have to do a transmission rebuild to take the pounding
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buy a piece of shit YJ and strip everything off it then buy new badass stuff to put on it.
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Once again I'm baffled as to why no one ever mentions the ellusive 4.2 AMC I-6 swap for the Toyotas. Nearly a bolt in, tons of HP w/o mods, lighter than the 22re. Couple that with an uber strong Dana 30/35 combo, and the guy has exactly what he's looking for...
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Old 12-13-2005, 06:16 PM   #12 (permalink)
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ok my bad, looks like a custom build is what i need to the truck i like, looks like i have to do a transmission rebuild to take the pounding


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You better return to school and study correct grammar.
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uber strong Dana 30/35 combo

Why do I keep laughing when I read that? Seems there are two schools here. Big, fullsize and heavy duty and small, light and light duty. I prefer the larger of the two.
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I think he was ragging on stock Jeep drivetrain
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Old 12-13-2005, 06:48 PM   #15 (permalink)
 
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Kia Sportage of course... the mitsubishi Vr4 is a close second, plus it has rear wheel steer stock.


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Old 12-13-2005, 07:30 PM   #16 (permalink)
 
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I vote Ural. Parts are really available too.


(armor plating optional.)
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Old 12-13-2005, 07:33 PM   #17 (permalink)
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I vote Ural. Parts are really available too.


(armor plating optional.)
I love it -- armor plated cab, canvas bed... sucks to be a member of the infantry!
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those tires are friggin awesome.
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Kia Sportage of course... the mitsubishi Vr4 is a close second, plus it has rear wheel steer stock.


Stupid ass fawking newbies.
Isuzu Vehicross??
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