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  1. Furnace/AC unit purchase contact...or HVAC contractor.

    I got screwed last year on a total removal and replacement of HVAC in my home (furnace, A/C, all new ductwork, cut in new registers, etc). I had to have the guy charged and arrested to get my money...
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    Re: Rig is getting old

    Just a small heads up (not related to the physical replacement process). I had to buy some for my RAM 1500 a while back for a winter set of tires. Absolutely replace the senor with a MOPAR unit...not...
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    Re: Chinaman Gulch - Sat May 28th

    Oh, I for sure knew what you meant when you said it; sorry if it came off like you were criticizing. It was a badge of honor in my mind. I spent a lot of time on my underside protection anticipating...
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    Re: Chinaman Gulch - Sat May 28th

    What an absolutely fantastic day. I could write a ton, but in the end...this entire group is a great group of people with fantastic attitudes. I would be priveledged to wheel with any of you again.
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    Re: Steel Tube Bending

    I'm fresh out of 2x2 square tubing, but it could definitely be made to attach to my Toyota's truck hitch. Should be more than strong enough for 1.5" tube bending.
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    Re: Steel Tube Bending

    I have a JD squared model 2 tubing bender sitting in a box. I have a 1.5" round 4.5" radius die (that needs a $20 replacement part to work), then needs a place to mount it (this is the real...
  7. Re: Winch discussion - Smittybilt vs Warn, did I choose wisely?

    I went with Smittybilt XR20 this year....haven't used it yet, but have zero question of it's quality at this point.|

    I have been burned by US made goods more often than overseas to be totally...
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    Re: Hole in the Rock - REDEMPTION

    I'm absolutely interested in October. I will have the time off available.

    This whole season is penned to be getting the reliability of my XJ to the best it can absolutely be (it already has been...
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    Re: Hole in the Rock and Moab trip

    Looks like an awesome trip; I love that y'all made the most of it despite the setbacks.

    Now there is a great set-point for what the crew needs to be prepared for in October...that is worth a lot!
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    Re: Jeep Wrangler Catalytic Converter Theft

    I sure am not in a wrangler, but I built a "cage" skid for my jeep XJ after my toyota pick-up got it's cat stolen.

    My mounting (and even the shape of the cat) is entirely different....but it...
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    Re: Chinman Gultch 4/30 or TBD

    I'll likely have an extra seat in my Jeep if you want to hop in.
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    Re: For "sale" - free-ish stuff

    Nothing wrong that I'm aware of, other than the left disc needs replacing. The right side still looks good.

    I can fire it up again if you're interested.

    Nah... I'm a regular seltzer kinda guy!
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    Re: Hole in the Rock Trail - May 14-18

    Yep, Steve came over last night. Pretty certain it's fixed up for him, but it may need a bit of extra adjustment as the shift linkage/cable breaks in (It's a new Novak cable linkage system).

    Since...
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    Re: Hole in the Rock Trail - May 14-18

    I'm so jealous....have a fantastic time this weekend/next week!
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    Re: Hole in the Rock Trail - May 14-18

    Where in Denver are you? I am in Sloan's lake. I am very familiar with the np231 (i believe the rock Trac is similar). I'm not going on the trip, but happy to swing by and help you out to get you...
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    Re: Chinman Gultch 4/30 or TBD

    I went ahead and confirmed. I'm hoping to be down there by Thursday night so do some whitewater enjoyment on the Arkansas prior to Saturday.
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    Re: Pickle Gulch and more - May 1, 2022

    Great day for sure! Beautiful weather and great people yet again. Thanks to all the big trucks for breaking trail for my little snowplow on Missouri Gulch...and you're welcome, Matt, for giving your...
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    Re: For "sale" - free-ish stuff

    Will do...glad to get it out of my garage!
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    Re: Eric from Idaho Springs

    Glad you could join, Eric!
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    Re: For "sale" - free-ish stuff

    all yours for a libation or two. Home Saturday night, but joining on the Pickle Gulch trail run. I can bring anything listed to that trail run if anyone will be there.
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    Re: For "sale" - free-ish stuff

    Your call! Come check it out and give me what you think it's worth in liquid payment.

    I will be out of town until Sunday of next week (5/1) though.
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    Re: 1996 Jeep Cherokee XJ - Mild build

    crappy shot showing legs and pinch seam mount.
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    Re: 1996 Jeep Cherokee XJ - Mild build

    Next on the list was to build my own rock sliders. I wasn't happy with the look of anything on the market (nor the price). This was my first go at fabrication in about 20 years.

    There is no solid...
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    Re: For "sale" - free-ish stuff

    Definitely not; 235/75 R15 (~28") will be the general maximum.
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    Re: 1996 Jeep Cherokee XJ - Mild build

    Bumpers were NOT on my list for an immediate upgrade. I planned on them much later. However, I was visiting a friend in Albuquerque, NM in late 2019 and a gentleman on NAXJA happened to be selling an...
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