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Yesterday 08:09 PM
daddyusmaximus In the Hoosier National Forrest this weekend...

05-10-2015 06:22 PM
renolaw [QUOTE=monkeybucket;30722850]


ur driver side lightforce is winking at us. or os it the pass side. all this down under stuff runs backwards


in fairness, my same lights slowly do the circle dance. the small plastic clip is not so strong to overcome road vibrations.
05-10-2015 05:32 PM
CDA 455
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Originally Posted by monkeybucket View Post
G'day lads n ladies from down under... been flicking through this and am blown away by some of the awesome rigs on here...

Here is me (what we call) Toyota 76 series V8 Landcruiser. Gets the family out n about.



They have a problem with the wheel track being 95mm wider at the front so am getting a housing and axles made up for the back to match the wheel tracks on the front.
Nice set up!
05-09-2015 07:45 AM
DMG
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Originally Posted by plym49 View Post
Shrink-wrapped, store-bought firewood?
1. I have shrink wrapped a variety of things to make handling them easier. For all you know, he did too.

2. That is an awesome setup. Makes me want to sell all my 4x4s and get that.
05-07-2015 10:58 AM
captwoody
01 tracker mini explorer



And where you access stuff when tents up
04-19-2015 10:10 PM
Greg_Volkman here's my start: 1965 stevens M-416. Just finished a complete tear-down to bare steel and repaint of entire trailer. Thinking about a roof top tent for the trailer when I get home from Afghanistan (11 days!!!), with a spring over and 35" tires coming.





04-02-2015 08:44 PM
daddyusmaximus Put my roof rack back on now. Get some crap out of the bed... to make room for a bed.

03-25-2015 03:01 PM
pappawheely Sold the pop-up camper so it's back to a shell until I get my box built out.

03-10-2015 09:08 PM
monkeybucket G'day lads n ladies from down under... been flicking through this and am blown away by some of the awesome rigs on here...

Here is me (what we call) Toyota 76 series V8 Landcruiser. Gets the family out n about.



They have a problem with the wheel track being 95mm wider at the front so am getting a housing and axles made up for the back to match the wheel tracks on the front.
03-06-2015 04:36 PM
Rocky Awesome Jeep, do you have a link for the top?
03-06-2015 12:42 PM
Mr. Mindless all those pics are 1x1 black pixels from here, so no idea what image you're talking about - but one advantage of storebought firewood is it can be transported as long as it's kiln-dried. Your own seasoned wood can't move in a lot of places - due to emerald ash borer around here. I think they allow 50 miles of transport?
03-06-2015 10:55 AM
DMANbluesfreak
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Originally Posted by plym49 View Post
Shrink-wrapped, store-bought firewood?
He ran out or his got wet? Or maybe he lives in a city and uses his rig to go enjoy nature?
03-06-2015 10:36 AM
plym49
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Shrink-wrapped, store-bought firewood?
03-05-2015 11:13 PM
jeepovich
03-05-2015 11:07 PM
jeepovich





03-02-2015 05:02 PM
Rusty762
GR8TOP

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Originally Posted by wesfab View Post
This is GREAT advertising for their company. I really hope they see this and clean up their act.

Love that LJ !
Thanks Wesfab, I have spoke to the owner and he does not care. Some of the shortcomings have been addressed by me but for a $2000 top I would expect it to fit correctly and not leak worse than a soft top. I added rain gutters and some fiber glass work and at least the rain stays out now.
02-24-2015 06:45 AM
wesfab
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Originally Posted by Rusty762 View Post
Not a good company to deal with and they dont stand behind their products...
This is GREAT advertising for their company. I really hope they see this and clean up their act.

Love that LJ !
02-22-2015 10:18 PM
swickwake Still working on the truck when I can and traveling with it when I'm not working on it. The latest trip was to KOH to help out. spent 4 night living in the bed of the truck. It sure was nice to roll up where ever I wanted and call it a night.


02-10-2015 04:03 PM
Rusty762
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Originally Posted by B.A.R.K View Post
Nice. What top is that? It looks a little long for a standard GR8 Top.
Its a GR8TOP, their extended version. Leaks like crazy, going to build some rain gutters and paint it soon. Not a good company to deal with and they dont stand behind their products...
02-10-2015 07:06 AM
B.A.R.K
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Originally Posted by Rusty762 View Post
This is my Expo rig, work in progress. Getting ready to install the Turbo, RJ 60 front axle with Coilovers, hydro assist and a front stretch.
Nice. What top is that? It looks a little long for a standard GR8 Top.
02-06-2015 10:56 AM
Rusty762 This is my Expo rig, work in progress. Getting ready to install the Turbo, RJ 60 front axle with Coilovers, hydro assist and a front stretch.

02-03-2015 05:19 PM
Jamie 213
my 01 Screw




work in progress

so far pull out drawers,and bed in back,nav gear and CB up front


onboard air and inverter ready to go in ans bumpers( prerunner style front/rear)
01-18-2015 06:32 PM
jeverich 2007 Tacoma

2.7 I4



01-16-2015 07:42 AM
miniyota My 2000 Land Rover Discovery 2. 158K miles.



In Canyonlands

01-04-2015 01:11 PM
LucasLeader New to me 2001 Ram 1500. Rear limited slip, front locker, rebuilt transmission with 10 year warranty (Done March 2014). Going to start working on a simple sleeping platform, might do some better shocks. I ride dirtbikes so I need to find a good hitch carrier. I might look into doing a swing out carrier so I can get in and out of the bed without unloading the bike.
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