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Posted in Features on August 4, 2017
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Kymera Feedback

Why are some people hating on that Colorado with the Cummins diesel (“Kymera,” July ’17)? Yeah, that mohawk thing on the roof is silly, but that aside, the truck is pretty cool. Reminds me of a couple of the Top Truck Challenge rigs that competed before you guys ended the event.
Stephen Crowe
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I wonder if my wife would let me do this to her Colorado?
Jason Rettinger
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I’m glad someone had the $$$ to buy a ’15 Colorado and then chop it up then add all the mods!!
Richard Ruth
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Not a truck anymore, just a rockcrawling buggy.
Donald Jordan
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This thing looks so cool.
Jason Gorrell
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We received many comments on the Kymera Colorado, which graced the cover of our July issue and was featured in the same issue. It was one of the most talked about rigs at the 2016 Specialty Equipment Market Association show and it’s still being talked about today. We love it when a 4x4 is built that gets people talking, and Kymera did that and then some.

About That Artisan Axle

Artwork indeed.
Fred Pugh
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That looked like the top of a badass scepter.
Evan Burgess
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I wouldn't want to paint that.
Adam Malone
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You said “for your 4x4” but we all know you really meant “for your JEEP.”
Scott Plude
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The “Artisan Axle” story (July ’17) was a look at RuffStuff Specialties’ heavy-duty fabricated replacement axlehousing. The axle we installed went under an FJ40 Land Cruiser, but RuffStuff offers axles for other applications as well.

Solid Axle Or IFS?

Solid. No way I'd accept IFS.
Stewart Anderson
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SOLID! I’m gonna put Dana 60s under my ’11 F-150!
Shane Newport

There are many great debates to be had in the 4x4 world, and the “Axle 101” story (July ’17) examined one of the greatest debates: solid axle versus IFS. Every wheeler has their preference, but for better or worse IFS is prevalent on the majority of new 4x4s. And as outlined in the story, the aftermarket is offering some cool upgrades for IFS.

And This

I would like to see Chevy make a new K5 Blazer.
Justin
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What would make a ’99 Jeep Wrangler transfer case explode?
Scott
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