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Good to have more international guys on the forum - welcome!
 

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congratulations and welcome to the forum.
 

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Thanks for the warm welcome guys. Yes I will modify. Have any questions I will ask in the corresponding sections.
a few hours later I get to work and a little more talk about the car, and while one photo ...........................
 

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Very nice pic, you have that in a higher resolution wide screen? :)

Here's my euro version of the WJ :)
 

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Thanks for the warm welcome guys. Yes I will modify. Have any questions I will ask in the corresponding sections.
a few hours later I get to work and a little more talk about the car, and while one photo ...........................
Welcome! You will enjoy this forum! We are all here to exchange ideas about the Commander, and many of us help each other out as far as locating parts for people in distant areas. I spent just under a year in Vladivostok and saw a few Jeeps there. Where in Russia are you from?:program:
 

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Welcome! You will enjoy this forum! We are all here to exchange ideas about the Commander, and many of us help each other out as far as locating parts for people in distant areas. I spent just under a year in Vladivostok and saw a few Jeeps there. Where in Russia are you from?:program:
I hope that it will. In the business card stated, Moscow
 

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Welcome to the forum. Glad you joined us and can't wait to hear about your mods and how you source the parts. I bet FedEx is going to love you! Do you off-road with friends who drive Russian made 4x4s? I'd love to hear how the Commander matches-up against any domestic Russian "Jeeps". I imagine the civilian versions of army 4x4s must be rugged and capable and I wonder how our sophisticated QDII compares.
 

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Awesome pics XK DRAGON. I like the city pics as well as off road.

Keep the pictures coming. Planned modifications?
I have a stock install only CB. Lift kit want to, but not precisely defined by 2 "or 4" I hope you will help me determine the right Lift kit.
Photos will be spread in the garage for slediti odnovleniyami, start from the beginning, with the Wrangler YJ
 

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Welcome! that is a sweet pix!!
 

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Welcome to the forum. Glad you joined us and can't wait to hear about your mods and how you source the parts. I bet FedEx is going to love you! Do you off-road with friends who drive Russian made 4x4s? I'd love to hear how the Commander matches-up against any domestic Russian "Jeeps". I imagine the civilian versions of army 4x4s must be rugged and capable and I wonder how our sophisticated QDII compares.
We often drive out to nature, or why you need a Jeep )))))
in Russia do not make decent 4x4 for sale to the public, unless it can normally go on the road
UAZ Patriot

or UAZ Hanter

and Other


produce a car Niva comes from 70)))


or Chevy Niva

and from this we also build monsters, call them "Katletami"


on a photo below my client with his big machine )))))


like so
 
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