1981 Jeep CJ-7 4-Wheel-Drive offroad classic

By | December 13, 2017

33″ Mud Terrain Tires over powder-coated black wheels, Genuine Steel powder-coated bumpers front to back are paired with the factory fuel-injected inline-6 & 4-speed manual transmission
This is a CJ-7 to be proud of. Where on pavement or offroad, this Jeep is sure to please. This 1981 Jeep CJ7 is available at Texas Classic Cars of Dallas.

This HD classic 4-wheel-drive video was filmed by Samspace81
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( http://www.TFLtruck.com ) The 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander S-AWC is equipped with one of the more advanced AWD systems that works automatically. On the other hand, the 2016 Nissan Frontier 4×4 PRO-4X uses a 4×4 system that is controlled by the driver. How do they perform in the deep snow and on the steep Gold Mine Hill off-road test?

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21 thoughts on “1981 Jeep CJ-7 4-Wheel-Drive offroad classic

  1. Alistair Ward

    I don’t get it. How can a 4wd be deemed as a ‘proper 4×4’ when half the time it’s 2wd? All 4×4’s in the UK are full time 4wd, such as the Range Rover and Land Rover Discovery 5. What’s all this ‘part time 4wd until the driver selects differently?

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  2. Chuck B

    Why are there no decent comparisons between AWD and 4×4? Same class of vehicle with same tires? Can someone please do this?

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  3. Jerry Lee

    Thanks for making these videos! I'd love to see an off-road comparison between the new Crosstrek and Jeep Compass Trailhawk.

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  4. Ryan Botelho

    How can the AWD compete if you are using all season tires against a 4×4 with off road tires? You guys didn’t really think this one out. That AWD system would outperform the 4×4 if the tire setup was flipped

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  5. MRT

    Stupid comparison. I have gone places with the correct tires in an AWD and conversely gotten stuck with Lo range on a part time 4wd SUV in the past. Tires matter, not the systems.

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  6. Steve Bynum

    At the very least have the same type of tire in comparison. Also the second vehicle has an advantage do you to the first vehicle packing it down a tad

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  7. Fresh Step Carpet Cleaning

    Just watched it all to find out only one had snow tires. Sorry guys but thumbs down. Do a video on snow tires and how effective they are. This video is invalid 🙁

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  8. Joe Johnson

    Why you use Mitsubishi Outlander which doesn't have true AWD? You should use the Subaru Forester which has real AWD.

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