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Discussion in 'Food, Water Storage and other Prepper Gear' started by Jdmarshall, Nov 4, 2013.

  1. Jdmarshall

    Jdmarshall Member

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    Anyone had any experience with a deuce and a half? Where can you get one? What is the best model engine type? What to look for or be aware of?
     


  2. shooterfpga

    shooterfpga TGT Addict

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    Multi fuel is the best, a lot of them have been reconditioned and if i recall its called the m35a3. You can get a2s and older all day long. Ive seen them for sale everywhere but a guy in california seems to have the best quality ones from drmo.
     
  3. vmax

    vmax TGT Addict

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    I'd like to see one of the old Air Force Peacekeepers for sale.
    get that crappy dodge engine out of there and you'd have a decent bug out vehicle
     
  4. jordanmills

    jordanmills Well-Known

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    My buddy had one, then another. They're apparently constant work and maintenance. LOTS of fun to take down to the beach and pick girls up in though.
     
  5. proforguns

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    Just get a CUCV.
     
  6. TX69

    TX69 TGT Addict

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  7. breakingcontact

    breakingcontact TGT Addict

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    Nothing to see, here, just driving my Deuce and a half around post-SHTF.

    :marine:
     
  8. Imran520

    Imran520 New Member

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    CUCV. is the best model engine type for transport.
     
  9. TX69

    TX69 TGT Addict

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  10. Younggun

    Younggun Doer of Deeds TGT Supporter Admin

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    I'm not so sure a deuce and a half is the best option for a BOV.
     


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