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wagoneers are they good or bad? and what combo would be best for wheeling and mostly daily driving? Thanks.

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Originally posted by Broncmeister:
wagoneers are they good or bad? and what combo would be best for wheeling and mostly daily driving? Thanks.


wagoneers are good.
they come with heavy duty 3/4 tonne running gear, and solid axels, and big motors. As for daily driving, there big and heavy, and will be so on gas. For wheeling its the ultimate jeep (duck and run!)

and best of all, not everyone has one!
besides im biased. I own and 80 wag

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Originally posted by Broncmeister:
wagoneers are they good or bad? and what combo would be best for wheeling and mostly daily driving? Thanks.
I like Wagoneers but I don't see them as having any noticable advantage over a full-size Blazer or Bronco, except that they're a little bit narrower.

Ford/Chevy trucks are much easier/cheaper to get parts for. But you have to remember that I'm cheap and lazy. Although Ford/Chevy is more practical, it's hard to deny the beauty of a built Wagoneer.


...lars

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