Frankly, I’ve read so much stuff on this forum that I am getting bored. A fellow MV enthusiast drove his deuce onto a base to pick up some stuff from auction, and the guards waved him through without checking ID or stopping. To change to oil requires buying a 5 gal bucket of oil. I saw a picture of a deuce where they made a cargo rack above the cab. These vehicles are antiques, so they are basically hobbies.
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To change to oil requires buying a 5 gal bucket of oil. Find all posts by jrou But I also have lots of modifications I’d like to do: Originally Posted by Joey-T Good advice in this thread for those who may want one but are not familiar with them.
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Shear pins in the PTO system snap, bull gears inside the year old winch shatter, I’ve even dailt pulled over trees trying to get unstuck The reason why they worked so great in the military is because they had units available, wreckers, grunts, etc. Regular Car Reviews23 via YouTube.
Originally Posted by Rabble Thanks for the info, I have considered getting one, there are a few for sale here locally. Send a private message to jrou Originally Posted by Preacherboy.
Originally Posted by jrou Pinion brakes are fine for a rock crawler, but daiky pinion spins 6.
Thinking about buying MarlinBUT. Sorry if it came out any different!
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Since acquiring the rig, the owner got it going and added upgrades like LED headlights, power steering, and safer, dual-circuit brakes. Myself, I am looking for a fixer-upper so I can get it at a lower price. I already deucd most of the tools as I have a tractor and a backhoe which requires pretty big stuff, and means to handle the deuve of components. I thought of the same idea on the m’s body roof, but I wondered if it would be too tall for overpasses and such.
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Under the hood, there’s a 7. Stopping a 14,lbs truck with no brakes is tricky, I know I’ve had it happen.
The first one is a minute look at starting and driving the M They do not even want people to bring up the term “bug out vehicle” over there. If I ever have to bug out my wife would be following me in her Tahoe, I would just be there to clear the way.
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All times are GMT Register Now In order to be able to post messages on the Survivalist M5 forums, you must first register. Send a private message to Joey-T. Primitive Weapons, Bows and Crossbows. I saw a picture of a deuce where they made a cargo rack above the cab. If you wear camo and a green hat, you can go practically anywhere. Find all posts by rynosurf.
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Find all posts by Joey-T. The brake system is a PITA. If you have questions about a military vehicle, ask, but do dejce talk about bugging out or whatever. Send a private message to Rabble.
I’ve bought 5 of them and I’m got several years experience working on diesels, and kept the best running one. You guys have talked me out of it.