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    The suspension is probably NOT self leveling but more of a height control. The lowriders will love it. LOL
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    Oh, and the 6.6 duramax itself explains drip pans. It is a Isuzu design that has been worked over by GM.
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    Some other things with the JLTV. Slung load, or, in certain (most) configurations, able to be transported by a C-130.

    http://blog.caranddriver.com/wp-cont...03-876x535.jpg

    That's a picture of the 2 man "high top" or cargo/shelter carrier variant.

    http://mms.businesswire.com/media/20...jpg?download=1

    Sling loaded Shelter carrier/cargo

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    One day will need a thread for JLTV

    Shoot it up, go ford 5 feet of saltwater backwards with two flats. Start at -40F and run on jet fuel...................

    The Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV) is a United States military (specifically U.S. Army, USSOCOM, and U.S. Marine Corps) program to part-replace the Humvee that is currently in service with a family of more survivable vehicles with greater payload.
    The Pentagon requires at least 600 mean miles before an essential function failure. The vehicle will be capable of traveling one terrain feature after having endured a single small caliber arms sized perforation to the fuel tank, engine oil reservoir, or coolant system. It will be able to run on two flat tires. The JLTV must also operate in altitudes from minus 500 feet to 12,000 feet and maintain full mission capability in temperatures from −40 to 125 F (−40 to 52 C), according to established requirements. When temperatures drop well below zero, the JLTV must start within one minute with no external aids, kits or prior warming of the batteries. The vehicle must be capable of traveling 350 paved miles at 35 miles per hour (56 km/h) or 300 miles (480 km) in operational terrain on a single tank of JP-8 fuel. Acceleration from 0 to 30 miles per hour (0 to 48 km/h) in seven seconds on dry, level, hard terrain is required, as is the ability to ford 60 inches (150 cm) of saltwater without a fording kit, in forward and reverse, while maintaining contact with the ground.
    Other tactically driven mobility requirements include a 25-foot turning radius and the ability to climb 24-inch vertical obstacles in forward and reverse. JLTV must be able to drive off an 18-inch vertical step at 15 mph and sustain no mechanical damage. It will be capable of traversing a 20-degree V-ditch that is 25 feet wide at an approach angle of 45 degree. It can 'jump' a 6-inch parallel curb at 15 mph and traverse a 20-foot flight of stairs at 5 mph. It must climb a 60 percent dry, hard-surfaced gradient and traverse a 40 percent side slope with no degradation in driver control.
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    The plan, have to have a plan.
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    Army TWV Strategy.pdf

    or how about a nice MRAP study dated 12/2008
    MRAP study 12012008.pdf
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