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4/4/07 10:52 PM
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johnnypayne
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Range Rover Classic 1970-1996 (Sold in the US) http://www.piterna.it/immagini/AUTO%20USATE%20FOTO/foto%20auto%20usate/SANY0105.JPG Range Rover P38A 1995-2003 (sold in the US) http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v175/onenictoy/Rover/IMG_5554b.jpg Range Rover Mk 3 2003-current http://www.thedruid.co.uk/cars/my5carsand1bike/Range_Rover_Autobiography.jpg There hasn't been a range rover that hasn't been sold in the US, and yes, Land Rover Defender's can seem a little shakey if not maintained correctly, which is why I always convert mine from bolt together to unibody on rails Bluenamer please :)
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kying418
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For the money, why not a BMW X5?
4/4/07 10:56 PM
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4/4/07 10:58 PM
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I like the first one there. The 3500 is a beast. What are you getting for gas? Any pics? A guy here has a 2001 Ford F350 Diesel, super crew, 12"lift and 40" tires (not sure what kind). It's a monster. He stopped over, saw my truck and said "so you gonna lift it?"
4/4/07 11:31 PM
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Fords new 6.4L Diesel has 650 ft. lbs. of torque!
4/4/07 11:32 PM
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I'd take this in a second
4/4/07 11:35 PM
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Plus, I don't understand torque. Can you put it in simpletons terms? Is it the difference between a Harley and a crotch rocket? I think it is yet I still don't know the ins and outs that make the crotch rocke t faster etc. I simply bought a truck.
4/4/07 11:52 PM
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Torque is a mesure of turning power, In simple terms, and engine which produces 200lbs/ft of torque can lift a weight of 200 lbs, that is one foot from the centre of its driveshaft Here's a good explanation page http://craig.backfire.ca/pages/autos/horsepower
4/5/07 1:39 AM
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Torque is the ability to move from a dead stop with a heavy load.

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