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Old 30th August 2010, 19:32   #16
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Hi Sree great project yar, i like that coil spring set up. sree do you know my contribution to this great jeep project? composite fiber trial flag rod.
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Awesome looking Jeep, one of the best looking jeeps seen. The interiors looks and feel rich, please do post more pictures once you receive them.
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Old 30th August 2010, 21:14   #18
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It has everything under the skin what most of the jeepers dreaming about. Great build.

But personally I feel it look like a street car rather than a true off roader.
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Old 30th August 2010, 21:29   #19
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I need to see the dash. Nice work.
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Old 31st August 2010, 08:56   #20
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@sreejeshmp : Rohan is basically a designer and he wanted to make a Designer JEEP.Yes it is more like a JEEP intended for regular use as this is the only JEEP he has and has to be driven everyday. So he wanted the comforts of a car in the JEEP, later he might build a hard core off-roader..

@ jeepcaptain: He wishes to do only mild off-roading as this is a special JEEP that he would like to keep it for ever. If taken off-roading the body and chassis will become out - of shape and never can you bring it back to original fit, finish and shape. For him 'A scratch in the JEEP is like a wound in the heart'

@prm cochin: He wanted to do a fully new dashboard but due to time constraints he used this dash slightly modified.

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that's my kind of jeep!!
thanksfor sharing it here on t-bhp sreerajunnithan.
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please give more information on LED tail lights.
are they custom made or available off the shelf?
& price?

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Old 1st September 2010, 12:20   #23
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@Rahultomahawk and Jeepster:

The LED lights are from Mahindra customized vehicles like Bolero Commando, Stinger etc. The black light pods are made.

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Old 1st September 2010, 13:38   #24
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Lovely Jeep. Coil Springs. Wish we had them on the gypsy

Very well executed design.
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i saw this jeep on Jeep thrills and I even registered there to ask for better pix and here it is...I like this jeep big time.
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Dear all - congratulations to Rohan George for his very genuine effort to build this vehicle. If I was in his place, I would also use it very carefully, after all the effort, time, money and passion that has gone into making it. It deserves a better name. Any ideas?

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behram sir it is already named as "THE ROADDOG".
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behram sir it is already named as "THE ROADDOG".
Mr. Behram said it deserves a 'better' name!

i think many people on this thread has already commented on naming the JEEP with a better name rather than calling it a ROADDOG!

whats wrong in this photo?

the rear left wheel is not touching the ground! any reasons?
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@Rahultomahawk and Jeepster:

The LED lights are from Mahindra customized vehicles like Bolero Commando, Stinger etc. The black light pods are made.

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Jeep with coil springs will definitely give better articulation and comfort right ?

Superb hydrid jeep,i liked the gear console and the ford steering

BTW how could he manage to get the LEDs from mahindra?
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whats wrong in this photo?

the rear left wheel is not touching the ground! any reasons?
because there is no load on chassis.
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Chassis reinforced to improve torsional rigidity.
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/attach...07078-copy.jpg

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