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Thread: Anyone on the Forum drive a 4x4 van?

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    Question Anyone on the Forum drive a 4x4 van?

    If you do can post some pics and describe your setup? I transfer to a power seat and drive with MPS hand controls. Thank you. Considering buying a used one. There not cheap.
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    Have you considered all wheel drive Chevy van?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ancientgimp View Post
    Have you considered all wheel drive Chevy van?
    That's the way to go. I almost bought one, but I don't like lifts.

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    Got an allwheel drive toyota a previa, and went up jeep trails with it elk hunting this last year. It shocked the hell outta my buddies, it was a rough trail.Sadly, no elk! Also use the monarch hand controls.

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    I don't, but I sure the hell would like to get my hands on a nice VW Westfalia.. That 4x4 van I would drive.

    Most everything I say is

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    Quote Originally Posted by TexasWheelz View Post
    I don't, but I sure the hell would like to get my hands on a nice VW Westfalia.. That 4x4 van I would drive.

    I hear that... but they're rare & going for a premium these days.

    This guy restores them: www.gowesty.com

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    Those Westy syncro's are awesome but...
    no automatic.

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    I hate lifts also. I was wondering if anyone had any kind of 4 wheel drive with a ramp?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Semper Fi View Post
    I hate lifts also. I was wondering if anyone had any kind of 4 wheel drive with a ramp?
    Ramps require lowered floor vehicles, else the angle will be too steep.

    Lowered floor vehicles restrict the ability to have a 4WD/AWD drivetrain underneath.

    Short answer: highly unlikely.

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