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First day on the job. This is the assigned seating when hauling wood as I cut. The name of the unit was brought to a vote and it shall be from this day forth, Optimus.

With a full day in, we are about half way through the 15 mile break in. No real issues, only minor thing was an adjustment to the passenger door stop to cut down on a rattle, and function was as expected.

I could see going to a 27" tire to just get a little more clearance for the suspension when it's loaded to capacity.
 

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Looks like a whole family having a great time,
Good stuff!
 

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Great photo with your kids!

What size brand of winch and mount?
I'll be running a Warn XT40 with their mount. I have run a XT on my ATV for the past 4-5 years and cannot lose my cordless controller.
 

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Looking majestic.
 

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aha lookin good! got the whole family in there. must have been fun for them :)
Yeah the kids and the wife really enjoy it. A lot easier to pile them all in there instead of on an ATV.
 

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Good choice in toys :D
Pioneer and a Charger R/T!
Do you like the new Chargers?
Yeah, I do like the new Chargers and the Challengers. Both vehicles you can fit 3 kids and a wife in that still have a little guts. I refuse to give up a V-8 and rear wheel drive. I just can't do it!
 

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Moose, I knew you were a good man and the charger proves it. I have a challenger among other mopar units. I just found a 1964 imperial crown all original that I am thinking about for a project.
 

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Moose, I knew you were a good man and the charger proves it. I have a challenger among other mopar units. I just found a 1964 imperial crown all original that I am thinking about for a project.
Phew, glad I passed the test! In the last around a decade, I haven't driven a car/truck/jeep without a HEMI. I had a big mean 05' Ram 1500 Laramie with lift, 34 12.5s and a lot of personal tweaks. The wife rolled it down the interstate last winter though. However, replacing it with my new Trailhawk made up for it. I love that thing maybe more.

I've had my fair share of project cars, motors, bikes in the past. The three kids 5 and under have eaten up most of that time, and I am out of room for storing stuff here. New shop goes up next year. I need tinker room, and I have my eye on a Challenger that will need a slot.

Good luck with the 64' finding one that's actually all original these days is a rarity.
 

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