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Old 8th June 2011, 23:33   #76
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what is that which is fitted to the rear bumper of this rogue gypsy?
Winch (black with cable) and a high lift jack (red thingie).
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Engine , tranny are available in Delhi , engine is 48k and GB is 23k.Keep a total budget of 1L .

You can easily do more than 300km distance . I think you have seen the green 3B in Aavalakonda , it had the G1 with the 4 -speed mitsubishi Tranny. I can even give you 6 cylinder options .
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I hope I can touch base with you whenever (inshallah & Wife willing) I decide to go in for a Jeep. The More I read and understand It just gets confirmed that Hyderabad is the Mecca for Jeeps.

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Can you post picture of the OME suspension gypsy from side, front and back on flat ground?

Just curious on how much all these 4x4's cost at the end, only if the owners are ok with sharing the price.
Hi Jaggu , ill post the pics in a couple of days.

here goes the cost

Willys MB 12L
CJ6 10L
CJ5 9L
MM550 5.5L
Gypsy 4.5L

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Which vehicle is that which is partly seen in the top left of your last pic in post #73 above.
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PS: what is that which is fitted to the rear bumper of this rogue gypsy?
Salil that is the same 550 i posted in this thread.
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Suddenly, the gypsy looks so affordable.!!
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Suddenly, the gypsy looks so affordable.!!
+1 to that sir. I agree whole heartedly. SUddenly I was brought to my senses.
@ Franky- thanks to get me out of my reverie.
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Superb thread!! Rated 5 star!! Frankie dude you just pushed me into another dreamland!! Where is your Jeep? Remember seeing it in Aavalakonda. It was looking equally fantastic. Do you have FFRA and such mods on the 5xx too? Please list a few performance mods too:-)
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Superb thread!! Rated 5 star!! Frankie dude you just pushed me into another dreamland!! Where is your Jeep? Remember seeing it in Aavalakonda. It was looking equally fantastic. Do you have FFRA and such mods on the 5xx too? Please list a few performance mods too:-)
Thanks Madhkris. The 550 is got the stock axle. however the 550 is going to get a new 57"OKBJ front axle.

What mods do you want to know about? JEEP is an extremely capable machine in the stock form

Some pics of my JEEP .
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Hi Frankie,
I would like to know how much does a 57" OKBJ cost? Is the rear also available in 57"

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Franki - Thank for sharing a bunch of great wallpapers, You should actually get out a calendar with all your group's rides, who knows you might have surpass the Kingfisher calendar sales
BTW I wanted to know, which material is used for the brown softtops in most of your rides? Are they water proof?

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@Franky : of all the pics.. your Jeep in action takes the cake
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Hi Frankie,
I would like to know how much does a 57" OKBJ cost? Is the rear also available in 57"

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Depends on your luck , anywhere between 15k to 25k.
Rear you can go for FC truck axle which is 58"

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Franki - Thank for sharing a bunch of great wallpapers, You should actually get out a calendar with all your group's rides, who knows you might have surpass the Kingfisher calendar sales
BTW I wanted to know, which material is used for the brown softtops in most of your rides? Are they water proof?

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Good idea Twinn. The material used is canvas.It is waterproof.

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@Franky : of all the pics.. your Jeep in action takes the cake
Thanks som.

This is a CJ3A with isuzu G1 engine and Isuzu 4-speed tranny with 11/41 crown pinion.
This is the softest JEEP i have driven till date and is very very smooth , as silent as my Hurricane even when idling.
Owner: Keshav Roa
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Franki - Ambis in the late 90's used to come in the same color right?
- What is that black rail in the rear used for? Havn't seen in other jeep , So a bit suprised. Also the headlight rings, is it on kaiser?

PS: I am entitled for a free calender in case my idea is clicked , What say!!!
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Depends on your luck , anywhere between 15k to 25k.
Rear you can go for FC truck axle which is 58"


Is one available in Hyd or maybe with your trusted mechanic? I would like to pick it up, provided front and back are of the same dimension :-)

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Thanks a ton Frankenstein for sharing these amazing, jaw dropping pictures. I feel if even Willys were still in production they might have not done such a great job. Please keep posting I am anxious to see more.

I remember this jeep when in build up stage at Habeeb bhai garage at katchiguda, I see the owner is very enthusiastic person, having the rack in the rear, air cleaner which I never saw on other jeeps, there was a special 'jeep' engraving/embossing done on the window on the windshield but never saw the out come personally but now just dumbstruck with the pictures.

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