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  1. Thread: Steven's '93 YJ

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    Re: Steven's '93 YJ

    PM sent
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    Re: Broken Leaf Spring - trail repairs

    I carry a short piece of strong chain and a couple of bolts with washers and nuts that fit through the links. Anything you can wrap the chain around you can clamp down, you can also fudge a link...
  3. Thread: Camp Cooking Gear

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    Re: Camp Cooking Gear

    Wow, that is a LOT of propane! :thumb: I like your hitch carrier too, you're a step ahead of me there as well. I just finished modifying this one by cutting the tongue and adding the angled piece...
  4. Thread: Camp Cooking Gear

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    Re: Camp Cooking Gear

    Also picked up one of these, it is awesome on long drives or for breakfast burritos. :thumb: I had a burrito basket under the hood in my last Jeep, this is much more predictable.
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  5. Thread: Camp Cooking Gear

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    Re: Camp Cooking Gear

    Also looking at a propane fire pit. I would not be surprised if we have fire bans all year in 2022.
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  6. Thread: Camp Cooking Gear

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    Re: Camp Cooking Gear

    I drink coffee all day long, I have a problem. :) Percolators need a regular paper filter and high heat to start, then low heat. This guy does the filter but IMO his heat is too high at the end,...
  7. Re: Hole in the Rock trail - the hard multi-day out & back route

    Yes!! I'm hoping to take a long week if this trip happens and hit a bunch of stuff along the way. Utah makes is so easy, just the normal drive to the trailhead passes about a dozen great things.
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    Re: What are you listening to?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zzHouyi6t4g
  9. Thread: Barracks Trail

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    Barracks Trail

    Looks like an awesome trail! Lots of sand and water. The Belly of the Dragon looks fun too. I hate that people carve their names into the rocks, it's like Tusher Tunnel in Moab aka the Hall of...
  10. Thread: Camp Cooking Gear

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    Camp Cooking Gear

    Trying to take my camp gear to the next level this year, some good ideas here. Coffee is the most important thing, I always have one of these...
  11. Re: Hole in the Rock trail - the hard multi-day out & back route

    According to these guys, the top 10 4x4 trails in Utah are:

    1. Transcontinental Railroad (Pony Express Trail)
    2. Sand Hollow
    3. Barrack's Trail
    4. Elephant Hill
    5. Hell's Revenge
    6. 5 Mile...
  12. Thread: Bronco Off-Roadeo

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    Re: Bronco Off-Roadeo

    Great review. :thumb:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KEfcGVsn_wU
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    Re: Jeep Jamboree Silver Valley, Idaho

    I have not done a Jamboree, but I did come across this while looking at the area around Blanding:

    https://www.winter4x4jamboree.com/
  14. Thread: Junk

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    Re: Junk

    I have Rough Country coil springs in my Jeep for about 10 years now and they're still doing well (or I've just not noticed the decline...) but I blew 9 RC shocks within the first two years. They...
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    Re: back with a better car!

    Welcome! :thumb: 4Runners are great "cars"!
  16. Re: New Years Day run - Gulches if dry, Schubarth if snowy

    I'm actually prepping my Jeep today for this, but I'm going to make it a game-time decision. I have a busy NYE at work that is getting busier as Covid testing shuts down travel (not complaining!)...
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    Re: What are you listening to?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lJBY7iHgXtk
  18. Re: Hole in the Rock trail - the hard multi-day out & back route

    I don't have to finalize my dates for May until March so I'll just go with whatever you decide on. I already have the first set in my schedule and a note to myself to pick up a new gas carrier...
  19. Thread: Longwater Gulch

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    Longwater Gulch

    Looking forward to this on New Years! I thought going through the river was a no-no now, but most of the videos on youtube do just that.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3o5Rk016nO4

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  20. Thread: The Campfire.

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    Re: The Campfire.

    I've been looking for a set of half doors for my Jeep for a while, apparently they're made from 24k gold or something. These look pretty easy to make. I could trace my full doors for shape and...
  21. Re: Hole in the Rock trail - the hard multi-day out & back route

    Thanks to this thread I have Blanding on my radar now, never considered it before but we're planning a camping / hiking trip there now. It looks like Moab 10 years ago, small and cool with a lot of...
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    Re: 2005 LJ Adventuring Build

    :thumb: Love the big screen, maps looks so much better that way.
  23. Thread: Hole In The Rock

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    Hole In The Rock

    Fantastic video series, lots of history and trail footage. Poopy Pants Hill looks aptly named.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZIdtNfMaMOs


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FXUqnMRUgRY

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  24. Re: New Years Day run - Gulches if dry, Schubarth if snowy

    Perfect, thank you. Should be a fun day, weather looks good so far.
  25. Re: Hole in the Rock trail - the hard multi-day out & back route

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hpyU-0BNK9k


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZG85267glZw
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