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Old 01-14-2019, 02:33 PM   #26 (permalink)
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. Wish there was a hard top option.
I'm sure you have some spare lumber laying around somewhere....
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Old 01-14-2019, 03:21 PM   #27 (permalink)
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16k for something that looks like a peej?

I looked closely at Mahindra Tractors.

I did not like the way the wiring was laid out or the fuckerd up exhaust system. The Hydraulic tank plastic cap is on the floor board where you put your feet...

The epa tier 4 off road diesel rules have made the engine a complicated pile that has a rep for ecu problems. Sales dude said I may have to bring it back in for "Reflash" every year.



"The new Mahindra Common Rail Diesel (mCRD) features a 23,000 psi fuel injection system that boasts multiple injections per stroke depending upon cues from the engine control unit. The ECU reacts to barometric pressure, engine temperature and load, engine speed (measured at the flywheel and the cam drive gear) and turbocharger boost (above 50 horsepower) and recirculated exhaust gas from the closed crankcase ventilation system."

The mCRD is suppose to replace a dpf system.

I bought a 2012 Kubota L3800 with gears.
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Old 01-27-2019, 12:18 PM   #28 (permalink)
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I drove one a couple months ago and was impressed. Just wish I could get it registered in Ohio. Saw a couple haulers up in Michigan loaded with them and they had the green and Tan
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I'd bet there is already a shitload of these things driving around on farms and ranches. I'd also bet their target customer isn't your normal gear head Pirate member.
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I don't like SXS's for the same reason I'm hesitant about the roxor: If I can't drive it to work on a nice day then I'm not making payments. That being said if these start showing up used below 8K I'd be up for finding out how well a Titled CJ5 or Samurai Body fits that chassis

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I just looked up the size and it's much closer to the CJ7. The lines on the cowl almost look like you could get a CJ windshield frame on one? That would get you a VIN and wipers. Add necessary lighting and flash the speed limiter out and I can't see why you couldn't pass is off as a jeep to the police/inspection stations?
This is the direction I'd go with a wrecked,rusted,cheap YJ tub with title.
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It looks like some folks are sending their tittles to Florida, having them re-tittled and then re-registering them in their home state as street legal. I know where I go up in the Upper Penn of Michigan, SxSs are all over the roads.
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It looks like some folks are sending their tittles to Florida, having them re-tittled and then re-registering them in their home state as street legal.
Please expand on this.
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It looks like some folks are sending their tittles to Florida, having them re-tittled and then re-registering them in their home state as street legal. I know where I go up in the Upper Penn of Michigan, SxSs are all over the roads.
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How does that work?
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For myself it comes down to this:

A used Mule is $3k. It does everything the Roxor does, with the added feature of 6 seats and a dump bed.

SxS's do not excite me. I have no need for an off road only toy that isn't my rock crawler (which has a vin and could be registered for street use)

For $18k or for that matter $9k I can do exactly what I'm doing, which is building a TJ fron the ground up to be good as new and street legal and highway safe with air bags and a fully sealed top/doors, cruise control and AC.

Basically this seems to only make sense if you like instant gratification and have talked yourself into financing toys. Anyone with cash in hand has the ability to buy something better for less money.

I really like the one Jesse Haines built. But I'd rather see those axles under something like my Tomahawk chassis than a CJ5 knock off.

The diesel engines aren't really a selling point for me, personally.

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Looks like they have an auto tranny now. I don't believe they had that as an option last time I looked.
https://www.roxoroffroad.com/
I have a Suzuki Samurai. Everyone does engine swaps/axle swaps, etc. Wonder when they will start swapping Roxor parts.
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