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Today 06:45 PM
tanscrazydaisy Just replaced my Passat with over 200,000 miles with another German car.


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Today 12:31 PM
kosmoz
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Originally Posted by speedjason View Post
And reliability. Or extra money as long as you own it in fact. Been there done that never ever again.

What if I told you, that I don't care? I would rather be covered in oil repairing bmw than drive toyota or similar rubish. Ofc fj cruiser, tlc, supra, mr2 or even highlander are not toyotas in my mind
Today 12:04 PM
KIRKRIDER
I'll take the Russian monster for a backcountry approach.
Today 12:01 PM
poutanen
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And we are done here.
Looks like they used a skid steer drive system with big tires and gave it a truck body. Pretty cool that they can float!

I still would choose a trusty Toyota to get me to the hill... with a little welding maybe!

Today 11:47 AM
KIRKRIDER And we are done here.

Yesterday 11:57 AM
KIRKRIDER Speaking of vehicles I am very proud about my recent deleting of a long standing CEL on my 06 WRX. P0171 code, "lean mix on bank one". After trying all the suggested tricks on NASIOC, and after the Subaru Mechanic "Could not figure it out" I finally saw the O-RIng of my MAF sensor cracked. Changed the whole thing and got my beast back to its original torque and fun. 180K done. More to go.

Very productive weekend. Too bad it's 54 deg in Kirkwood now.
02-05-2016 03:23 PM
Argo Still gets it done
02-05-2016 02:33 PM
speedjason
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waiting for 2006 BMW X5 4.8is to arrive 99k miles, titanium silver outside, black comfort seats inside, panoramic moonroof, heated front and rear seats + heated steering wheel fcuk fuel economy
And reliability. Or extra money as long as you own it in fact. Been there done that never ever again.
02-05-2016 02:13 PM
Big Foot
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Thanks... Looks like a mini Hummer, not sure how it handles mountain roads... looks a bit tall ;-)
Mine handles mountain roads okay. You'd probably be better off with a Jeep Grand Cherokee or Renegade though.



02-04-2016 01:12 PM
kosmoz waiting for 2006 BMW X5 4.8is to arrive 99k miles, titanium silver outside, black comfort seats inside, panoramic moonroof, heated front and rear seats + heated steering wheel fcuk fuel economy
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