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Old 03-04-2018, 07:16 PM   #76 (permalink)
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33.12:50's a reworked cage and a sxs tag down here in Tn would net you drive that bitch anywhere you want,if you do get hassled sooo what. lot of puss on this page now days.
TN has SxS tags?
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Yes,not sure of all the rules and red tape but it must not be too hard as I know a lot with them. Street kit,insurance and something about 45mph and under. I don't listen too much as I don't care anything about them. Well until now,if the quality is there I will have one of these to poke around in and save some life on my big tars and I'm beginning to hate trailers Iv seen so many in the last 30 years
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Serious question. Would it be possible to take the VIN off an old jeep, move it to one of these and and register it? I see old CJís that are trashed, junk, not worth taking to scrap. Could one drill the rivets off the body vin plate, move it over and call it restored?

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Yes, you could do that. And it almost undoubtedly would be illegal. Have fun getting your butthole enlarged by Tyrone and Toby down at the state pen.
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but it has a factory installed light bar. I knew this day was coming.

a $15k non-street legal vehicle with questionable build quality and reliability? Pass.

Jeep CJs can be had in good condition for that money.
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Old 03-05-2018, 06:14 AM   #81 (permalink)
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Yep. Although, I have a friend with a legal RZR in Murfreesboro who has been pulled over a few times just because the cops thought he stuck a regular motorcycle plate on. He wasn't breaking the law at the time, the cops just don't even know about it.

That being said, in this town you see side by sides and atvs on any and all public streets with no recourse. The cops have better things to do. Just take the north loop out by the bottoms on a nice Saturday if you want to race some mexican on a can am on the interstate
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Yes,not sure of all the rules and red tape but it must not be too hard as I know a lot with them. Street kit,insurance and something about 45mph and under. I don't listen too much as I don't care anything about them. Well until now,if the quality is there I will have one of these to poke around in and save some life on my big tars and I'm beginning to hate trailers Iv seen so many in the last 30 years
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Yep. Although, I have a friend with a legal RZR in Murfreesboro who has been pulled over a few times just because the cops thought he stuck a regular motorcycle plate on. He wasn't breaking the law at the time, the cops just don't even know about it.

That being said, in this town you see side by sides and atvs on any and all public streets with no recourse. The cops have better things to do. Just take the north loop out by the bottoms on a nice Saturday if you want to race some mexican on a can am on the interstate
Im just trying to bomb my RZR through East Memphis to the Kroger. We usually trailer to the bottoms, but when I lived in Berclair I'd just drive streets until the railroad tracks and drop in.
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Im just trying to bomb my RZR through East Memphis to the Kroger. We usually trailer to the bottoms, but when I lived in Berclair I'd just drive streets until the railroad tracks and drop in.
You should be able to make that happen. You don't happen to live in that house on Mendenhall near Shady Grove with the metal gate, 3-4 RZRs, and big gooseneck trailer do you?
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You should be able to make that happen. You don't happen to live in that house on Mendenhall near Shady Grove with the metal gate, 3-4 RZRs, and big gooseneck trailer do you?
Fuck, I wish. Thats way too high rent for me. I'm in Sea Isle.
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I was told that leaf spring are for poor people.
Leafs are for the "poors".

I think this thing looks cool. I have a feeling that It may be a little goofier in person than it looks in the pictures.

Most here on pirate could scoop up a used CJ/YJ for 3-4K and spend 3-4k on it and it would destroy that thing in most situations.

But, a person would actually have to "work" on a used CJ/YJ. A guy could just jump in his Mahindra Roxy and cruise around at 45MPH all live long day without even turning a wrench.
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I was told that leaf spring are for poor people.
Iím poor.
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A TJ Unlimited has leaf springs?

Or does your powerchair?
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A TJ Unlimited has leaf springs?

Or does your powerchair?
He's saying that he is poor but still can afford something besides leaf springs.

But lets face it, he has a TJ unlimited and lives in California. He is only poor by his own standards
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UTVs can be street registered in some states. I wouldn't be surprised to see a rental fleet of these in a place like Moab UT. Wouldn't be my first choice to spend $15K on, but a great little ute for someone looking to just have some mild offroad fun.

Mahindras can take a friggin' beatin'! When I was India the roads were full of Thars on the back roads up in the Himalayas. Thing is over in India you can't go very fast which is why they make what we consider under-powered vehicles. On a motorcycle it'd take us all day just cover 250 KM (155 miles)!



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Hay, there is a Mahindra Roxor forum here now!
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Looks like the speed is governed to 45 mph.

Why is the speed limited to 45 mph?
Because ROXOR is not street legal Mahindra felt that 45 mph was a suitable speed limit given how most consumers are likely to be using the vehicle.

ROXOR Offroad | UTVs, Side by Sides, SxS Utility Vehicles, Recreational Off-Roaders

I am trying to find out where exactly it is manufactured. One article says Ann Arbor, MI, and another says Auburn Hills, MI.

The Mahindra ROXOR is Ready for Off-Roading in the US with Diesel Power and a Clutch Pedal | Off-Road.com Blog
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Old 03-23-2018, 07:32 AM   #95 (permalink)
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I'm seeing a small CJ, certainly not a Willys. .02
Yeah I agree. Looks identical to a narrow track CJ7. Actually has a 3Ē longer wheelbase, so I donít know why everyone is saying itís a small cj. Actually longer.
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Hope they don't get TOOO popular, don't want everyone thinking my Willys is from India...

Cool that they are making them in Detroit though!
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Old 04-02-2018, 07:35 PM   #97 (permalink)
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Mahindra has been making jeeps for a long time. https://cj3b.info/World/MahindraJp.html
So has Mitsubishi. Home
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