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Old 14th September 2008, 18:48   #61
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Checkout these independent suspension off-roaders running at break-neck speed. Just mind-blowing.

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found this on youtube


now this had to hurt
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Checkout these independent suspension off-roaders running at break-neck speed. Just mind-blowing.
Baja (Ba ha) is hot desert wasteland just south of California in Mexico. They do some amazing racing there on the 1600k road course. Some are 2 wheel drive, some 4, some move the engine toward the rear.
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Old 16th September 2008, 17:40   #64
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I wonder why this is not here being an indian 4X4. Awsome video.



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I wonder why this is not here being an indian 4X4. Awsome video.
That is because we have seen this again and again and again in the Gurkha thread.

This was the first time, I think: http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/4x4-of...tml#post215248
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if only the so called SUV sold in India could do what a true offroader like the one posted for Force Motors could do.(barring a few). Life would become so easier to navigate potholed jampacked roads

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if only the so called SUV sold in India could do what a true offroader like the one posted for Force Motors could do.(barring a few). Life would become so easier to navigate potholed jampacked roads

But is this force motors gurkha capable of doing all those feats that have been shown on the video. If yes how come we dont see any gurkhas in the indian armed forces?
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Old 23rd September 2008, 01:28   #68
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check this video.


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IVECO Massif | Suv-like power output, truck-like strength

Its a website with some cool videos on it. No its not the one that came to India with the Ferrari's.
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My favorite truck videos:

Kamaz truck at Dakar:



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WOW!!! What a Beast!!! TFS badboyscad

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wow,
First time seeing some heavy truck offroading.



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Old 15th October 2008, 22:46   #73
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Man, the wheel articulation on those trucks is just crazy. My wife said it resembles Bangarappa's mouth. (ex-CM of Karnataka)
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Default Tractor - the Best off roader...

Tractor to the rescue!

rescue!

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Old 7th November 2008, 22:48   #75
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Hi there..

Here is one video of old school CJ5 with Lockers crawling up an rocky hill.


Also, here another use of lockers. You can park your jeep/ Gypsy anywhere :P



And this one for Prado lovers:

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