I will take a Suzuki. Being a former owner of a rocked out Samurai with the stock engine it performed and easily hung with the Jeeps and sometimes out performed them too.I think calling the Badlands a baby Squatch is a little insulting to the Badlands.
There is only one Baby Bronco/baby Sasq and it is no other than
Among other cars, I drove a Ford Escort during Chicago winters. So you might be overthinking what is required for slush. Buy it for the open top and color you like and call it a day.How so....Not asking to be a smart ass. Do you think then that open diffs in 4H would be better? I'll probably never see rocks or conditions that need a full locker, but will spend a couple months out of the year in slush.
LOL , I've been searching for a golf cart or side by side ATV for the wife to get around the property a little easier and you can find these smart cars in pretty good shape for around 3k . Some have the roofs cut off for around $1500-2500 . This setup would fit right in beside the SquatchShamelessly stolen from another thread.
Just dont think the lsd is worth it, 4hi will be all he needs.My thought would be 235/85R16 or a touch wider and taller 255/75R17, or something in that range of a tire/wheel combo. Torsen LSD rear-end with an open M210 front. 4.27 gearing.
Anyone have any thoughts?