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Not that it matters much here in texas but a buddy of mine learned the hard way that unless you buy one with an insulated underbelly the tanks will freeze in cold weather! Also if you go into too steep of a wash the trailer can detatch itself if it gets twisted too much...just my 2 cents worth. Cheers!
That guy has a Land Cruiser too...
Now GM's Buick's are at or near the top of J. D. Power's quality charts.
My opinion is that what tears up vehicles, note I am driving a 4x4 truck now, more than anything else is excessive speed on rough roads. As long as I did not bottom out the vehicle, either car went along just fine but slowly. Of interest on other cars, there were a lot of rough roads around Hells Canyon that frequently had GM. Ford and other cars used often on them by the locals. Again, when I talked with them, it was speed that they avoided. I feel that most vehicles will do more off the paved roads than most people think they will, but keep the speed down.
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