4x4s flexing their muscles

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Not the best, but here are a couple old pics of my Toy.


 

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An older one of mine.



My plan is lockers and enough suspension.
 

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I'll have to get some good flex pics of my Jeep next time I go out.
 

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And sometimes, it just isn't enough...



Thank god for locking diffs :D
 

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Everytime I see a pic like this I want to beat the shit out of whoever builds these "offroaders" like the Q3, X1 and "urban offroaders" :)
 

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And somewhere in Cologne, in Suedschleife's place:




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it's funny because this is a thread about 4x4s flexing and this one is not flexing at all!





but really:









 
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Last one might not be a 4x4 though.
 
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