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    Re: Kinetic Recovery Rope

    I just have mix of soft and hard shackles and a kinetic strap. The strap seemed easier to store.
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    Re: Need a buggy crawler?

    $65,000 :eek:
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    Re: Jeep 1 - Deer 0

    Glad you're ok. I need a bumper with brush guard on my rover before something like that happens.
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    Re: Overhead shop door insulation

    Have you considered running a Heat pump out there. AC in summer and heat source in winter. You just might want better filtration that you get with just a wall mounted heat pump unit.

    Jay bates...
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    Re: Swank's 1992 Range Rover Classic

    James I recognized you after a second of thought. Didn't know you from the Tacoma. If you'd been in your Jeep it would have been instant recognition. LOL That was Thursday. I was on my way to...
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    Re: Swank's 1992 Range Rover Classic

    Got the job most of the way done. Still some trim to put back in place and I'm in the process of refinishing my home built center console after the old vinyl started to come off of it. :( It's...
  7. Re: Cheap, easy, and quick DIY way to organize your toolbox and w

    Cool and if you ever need to block a vehicle up it's strong enough to hold it.
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    Re: Swank's 1992 Range Rover Classic

    Yup. So the new box is partially fitted in place. Stopped for a great bowl of chili made by the wife. Hoses hooked up, bolted in place, starting to connect hoses and wires before putting more of...
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    Re: Swank's 1992 Range Rover Classic

    Today I'm doing my heater box swap in my Range Rover. This means center console and full dash removal and reassembly. I rebuitl the spare heater box I have yesterday so I don't have to stop to...
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    Re: Turkey drive?

    2nd half of November
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    Turkey drive?

    Hey are we doing a turkey drive this year?
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    Re: 9/28 Adopt a Road Clean-up Runs

    Sorry pics are from an iphone so no logical explanation can be given as to why they view normally on a computer yet post upside down on the forum. Must be an apple thing.
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    Re: 9/28 Adopt a Road Clean-up Runs

    We had a great time. Glad to see the trash amounts going down. We did find one site off a side spur with a bunch of old rusty cans, 2 wash tubs, and what looks like rusty sign metal.
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    Re: Adopt a Road Sept Clean-Up

    Looking forward to tomorrow. Just finished packing up the Rover, changing the oil, and fueling it up. Don't forget your gloves, buckets, coats, and trash bags. :)
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    Re: Uh. No thanks

    CRAZY!!!
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    Re: Adopt a Road Sept Clean-Up

    Brian, this sounds like a great opportunity to show American's do care about the environment and show them some amazing views. Take them on Devil's canyon trail..
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    Re: Tesla Pickup (Model P)

    I could see it hauling a broken down F450 dualie with a hay wagon attached.
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    Re: Adopt a Road Sept Clean-Up

    Not many options for the fuel tanks on these Rovers. The USA sellers just gouge you in prices that more than make up for the shipping cost from Rimmer Bros in England.
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    Re: Adopt a Road Sept Clean-Up

    Just ordered my new fuel tank from England so hopefully there'll be not more fuel smell from my Rover.
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    Re: OCD organization

    Nice work.
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    Re: Hail damage after all these years...

    Get a replacement fiberglass one for the next storm. :)
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    Re: Something a bit different

    Did they get a dig permit? :)
  23. Thread: Too wide?

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    Re: Too wide?

    We need to see some full frontal
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    Re: Swank's 1992 Range Rover Classic

    Just picked this up yesterday. Whole setup with misc small parts from a retiring mechanic for $400. Going to start with rock slider build then going to do my rear bumper with swing away tire...
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    Re: 58 Willys Wagon

    This would be a start. :)
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