Hello and welcome!
Type: Posts; User: Brian
Hello and welcome!
I don't know how loaded you leave it when not in use, but it looks like it would be a decent candidate to store vertically or suspended out of the way to make more room.
Incredible trip! :bowdown:
I would venture a guess that the pad became unbonded suddenly rather than being rapidly consumed, and was ejected from the brake assembly. In the pics of the bad pad there seems to be a shiny or...
Glad you caught it in time to at least be able to repair it. That type of cumulative damage was what eventually did my Scout in.
Front end alignment?
Like a lot of peeps I carry a Hi Lift jack as part of my recovery gear. I also carry a 3 ton bottle jack and some wood to set it on with the idea of jacking directly under the axle if needed. I'm...
I also have the Cooper Discoverer ATPs but on my pickup (Ram 3500 4x4) and really like them. They are a 285/70R17 which is about a 33x11 and have a great quiet ride.
We definitely had the support of the ranger district on the 15th. They sent us two FS rangers to assist us/unlock the gates, and they rode the entire trail with us just like in years past. The 20th...
I've not been to this campground, but it's closer to the dunes.
The turn off for Blanca Peak is dispersed camping and not too far from the dunes. It's where I camped the night before I ran Blanca last year.
Opps! Sorry I missed that hydraulic assist part. That's pretty neat actually.
I'm not sure if that would give you enough crimping power. When I was using them with some regularity they were a two handed tool with good leverage. More along the lines of a bolt cutter size.
Might try looking up a swaging tool, or how to swage cable to see if a relatively cheap tool and cable end could be something you would consider as a DIY for your purpose.
My oil pan looked just like that before I was able to get some protection. Changed the pan and went with Undercover Fab. Here's what I got: