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My other hobby started taking it's toll on my back!
I've slowed down some but I still have the Jeep.
I don't believe in taking the bull by the horns. I took a goat by the horns once and that was enough excitement for me.
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Now that looks like a lot of fun. I got to drive a jeep in Mexico a couple of weeks ago. Some in town, freeway and back roads. I will say that I completely covered the inside of the jeep with mud It was an interesting experience.
I have owned two jeeps and one Toyota FJ40 powered by a 283 Chevy motor. I did enjoy the jeeps, but every time I see a FJ40 I always say, man I wish I still had mine. I done an engine swap on the FJ40 and powered it with a 283 chevy motor.
I don't know, seems to me that if you tried that with a Cub, your back and everything else would be hurting a whole lot more.
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1935 John Deere B
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With the cub you could fix that road!
Never actually drove a jeep, but did tow a few of them out of the back woods trails with my 70 Bronco.
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