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    Re: Our wonderful pets

    Here is Bandimere, whom we are currently fostering. He appears to be a French Mastiff, but he'd have to be the runt of the litter, hes 20 to 40lbs shy of a typical weight. He drags his knuckles to a...
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    Re: Dog in the house

    Yeah, I think it is a nation wide thing looking at it a little further.
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    Re: Dog in the house

    I think they said the Longmont Humane Society was having an event this Saturday (tomorrow) that would have discounted or maybe even waived adoption fees, just to try to clear the kennel out a bit.
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    Re: Our wonderful pets

    Old dogs never cease to surprise you. Thanks for giving her a good life so far Paul.

    :thumb:
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    Re: The Campfire.

    That is a seriously nice place! I'd love to have a shop like that. Congratulations on the new spot!
  6. Re: Thanks for letting me join your group of wheelers.

    Indeed, welcome. This is a really great group of people, very knowledgeable, and extremely low key and welcoming to new people.

    Looking forward to crossing paths with you!
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    Re: MSV/Coney 8/11/18

    Impressed with the group as usual.

    Just the water crossings I got.

    https://youtu.be/xeuzL0chv2k

    Hyperlapse of everything and including the crossings in the middle....
  8. Thread: CB input

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    Re: CB input

    That's just plain the right way to do it. Sorry we didn't get to you sooner. How is it working now? Did you get the SWR tuned?
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    Re: MSV-Coney 8/11/18

    Oh, it is perseid time? I really like MSV/CF its like a gateway drug. Why can't you do both? If you are trying to photograph tonight go out off bunce school road to camp, there are tons of great...
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    Re: MSV-Coney 8/11/18

    Might have a boss joining me in the YJ he rebuilt over the last few years. Super nice guy, hoping he can make it.
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    Re: BFG KM3 Tires

    Hey Pete,

    I wonder if I'm not having those issues because my tires are so narrow. Out of curiosity, what are you looking at as possible replacements?
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    Re: MSV-Coney 8/11/18

    Noah,

    Depends on how high the water is and how high your stock breathers are. Worst case, you can change the fluid when you get home. Not a bad habit to get into when running through water...
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    Re: MSV-Coney 8/11/18

    That reminds me, I still need to throw some clamps on the diff barbs for good measure.
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    Re: MSV-Coney 8/11/18

    I should be there, may have a passenger. Probably leaving Bruce at home. This will be my "shakedown run" for the lift, but I am really not expecting any issues at all, it was just springs and...
  15. Re: Painting skid plates for long term corrosion resistance.

    Around a year later, Stock tires , Stock suspension.

    It would be interesting to give these a quick spray and see what's dirt and what's rust.

    I'm still really glad I went this route 1st.
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  16. Re: Power inverter mounting - electric chainsaw use

    That should work, let me know of you find something, ill keep my eyes and ears open.
  17. Re: Power inverter mounting - electric chainsaw use

    I can only do 10A inline, but voltages, we can trend both in and out, but I have a nice enough clamp meter we can use to see AC and DC amperage up to 600A, albeit, without the fancy graph. My 5ton...
  18. Re: Power inverter mounting - electric chainsaw use

    If you want to do some testing, we can do some trending with my meter while you use it. If it's heat rated... I have some spare PC fans you could screw onto it. If it's a low voltage cut off......
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    Re: Next Jeep project decision

    @73:1 you really do not even need the clutch. But I would put a manual in if it wasn't offered, I'm a masochist, I enjoy it.

    My list is the same as Jims.

    Locker - When you finally need it,...
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    Re: The Campfire.

    Got a 2" Rancho lift on this weekend with adjustable shocks. The weight I've added had me about an inch above the axle in the front and mot much more in the rear. It's sitting MUCH better now. I...
  21. Thread: CB input

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    Re: CB input

    I call the grab bar mount my scalper. Not sure I'll keep it there long term in case of an accident.
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    Re: Holy Cross and Carage

    Yeah, echoing everyone else about that drop off Cleveland Rock...

    That was pretty crazy to see, it is hard to tell how steep it was, but it looked like it was almost time to roll when you hit the...
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    Re: New here but not to wheeling.

    Welcome to the group. It is a really great group of people on here, you will find them very welcoming and knowledgable.
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    Re: Last minute - Red Cone + ??? Sat July 7

    For what it's worth, the back side of Webster pass/ Red Cone trail exit, is completely cleared of snow now.

    I cannot imagine taking that last descent without power, especially with the Right-Left...
  25. Hyper lapse of red cone trailhead to Webster pass Saturday

    https://youtu.be/UG8r_3dbDYI

    The inclimate weather cleared on Saturday so I took one of Molly's friends up webster pass then around red cone and back down.

    There was one fairly large obstacle...
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