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We are now open again at both locations. Our current hours in Issaquah are Mon - Fri, 8:30am - 5pm. Tualatin is Tue - Sat, 9-4.
We are now open again at both locations. Our current hours in Issaquah are Mon - Fri, 8:30am - 5pm. Tualatin is Tue - Sat, 9-4.
Introducing Project......(we need help with this part)

Introducing Project......(we need help with this part)

We have decided to do another ground-up build. Unfortunately, our staff members at Mule Expedition Outfitters can't decide on the project name. What we do know is that this will be a PNW themed build, so the project name will need to be related to something located in the Pacific Northwest.
We will be starting with the bulletproof, extremely reliable, but not so powerful, 1991 Toyota Land Cruiser 80 Series that seems to have had a pretty hard life up until Mule's rescue.
Mule Expedition Outfitters project Toyota Land Cruiser 80 Series

This build will be unique to the USA. Besides a frame-off restoration, just some of the items on the list of upgrades will be bumpers, rock sliders, lights, suspension, gears, locker wheels, tires, and more engine power. We will reveal more of the upgrades and custom work as we start and progress.
Mule Expedition Outfitters project Toyota Land Cruiser 80 Series

But first, we need to name this thing. So leave your ideas in the comment section. If we choose your project name, we just might send you some Mule Expedition Outfitters swag.


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Comments

Jenny - November 6, 2020

Riverstone

Jerry Cloninger - November 6, 2020

The Toyota project looks like it will be fun, can’t wait to see it when finished.
I would equip it with black rhino products and NAME IT. ( THE IDAHO RHINO )

Ian Haynes - November 6, 2020

Glacier Chaser (or)
The Shadey-80

Andrew Macpherson - November 6, 2020

For the name I’d say Raba – it’s Japanese for a pack mule and has a nice ring to it.

Mine is called the ‘Sumo Sausage Wagon’ because I always thought it looked like a giant Japanese sausage – my current and second one is Sumo 2, (@Sumo2_is_my_name on instagram.)

You should absolutely make yourselves aware of goodies that Wits End, who are in Medford, OR, make for the 80 series, I’ve largely rebuilt mine with their kit.

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