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After adding a few things to be road legal and doing a couple weeks in quartzsite I went to nebraska for 6wks. A bit wet for starters so the tw sat and I put some.miles on the roxor. Went down to s carolina for a visit with gkids, back to ne, planted a garden and headed back home to wa. Am fabing up a half cab now.for the roxor. In closing it with doors will be a year round driver. Is an amazing rig with diesel power.
 

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They do look smaller, but it measures out the same width of body and same from front axle to rear as my cj7. The cj has a 2in body lift and wider axles. It just looks bigger
The axles on a 77cj are the same as the roxor, the 85 are wider.
 

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Looing good Randal!
When the trees get tight or the trail narrows there is something to be said for Roxor retaining the classic standard Jeep's width where tires remain within the sheet metal. Some versatility and usefulness was sacrificed in interest of roll-over safety and consumer demand once Jeep started widening the track so tires extend beyond metal bodywork.
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