I've pondered the same thing as the family grows. Personally I'd have no iusse taking it down Black Bear. Just a few 5 point turns where my 80 does 3 pointers. There is a sweet Tundra rolling around Durango on 35's with some painted to match armor. That's what gets me thinking all the time. You could buy one new for the price of a 200 used. The break over is probably its crux.
I would of course need to have my 40 built as a dedicated trail truck though for the harder stuff.
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1976 FJ40, Project with little progress.
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