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Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/MadRam11 Instagram at http://instagram.com/madram11 JT brought out his new buggy that has a turbo's HAyabusa street bike engine in it. Its so crazy to hear this thing ripping throughout the woods. It is definitely different from the rest of the buggies out there.

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American 4x4 Trucks in Oz - Hummer vs Jeep - Nitto Challenge
In this 4x4 video we have two iconic American trucks battle it out at Wheeny Creek aka Gees Arms South Trail. These two beasts of the 4x4 world go head to head choosing the most difficult lines and in some cases opening up new lines. Both the Hummer H1 and Jeep Wrangler JK are both running Nitto tyres. The Hummer is sporting 40 inch Nitto Trail Grappler tires while the Jeep Wrangler is running 37 inch Nitto Mud Grapplers tyres. The Hummer H1 is pretty much a standard 1996 model with some Alpha bits and pieces. the 40 inch tyres fit with no lift. Its still running the standard Torsen Diffs. It has a custom made front swing down bar with a Warn high mount winch. The Jeep Wrangler JK 2 door is sitting on a 3 inch lift and is twin locked with ARB air lockers. The front has a Dana 44 diff and the rear is a Dana 60 high clearance unit. Both trucks performed exceptionally well. We had a blast of a day and hope you enjoy the video as much as we enjoyed the trip. Be sure to subscribe for more 4x4 videos and feel free to comment and share. Dont forget to give us a thumbs up if you liked the video.

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