I might be up for that.
Type: Posts; User: speedkills
I might be up for that.
You're welcome to swing by my place and I can give you a hand if you'd like. But probably not missing much if you keep an eye on your pressures.
I love seeing the before and after pics, thanks.
I am absolutely in for a road trip to run some trails with you Gerald.
It was definitely not too easy. I was sweating it a bit at a couple of points.
As soon as I stepped in this mud, both feet sand in and I fell over, luckily onto a dry rock. I had to do the thing where you slowly pull on your boots to break the suction, it wasn't that deep but...
Thanks for the adventure Google Maps. Perfectly reasonable way to route someone.
This section was tricky. I had to pretty much point my nose up the snow hill to the left, then crank my wheels to the right and spin all four tires to slide sideways along the section of trail.
I got a call from offroadportal.org about a Jeep XJ stuck in the mud. I talked to the owner, he said he was just off a forest service road, no big deal, just ventured off in the mud and got stuck. ...
Sure, but it doesn't match.
Super easy, lay your tire down under your bumper or sliders, put a high lift jack on the tire just outside of the valve stem, jack it up until you can reach the sensor and replace it.
If it had portals I'd be all over it. I need a unimog in my life.
The battery is hard wired on the Zeon Platinum remotes and the case is not made to be opened easily. You have to get inside and cut the wire to splice in a way to break the circuit. They really...
People like to hate, but two groups of guys in side by sides helped me dig my G-Wagen out of a snow bank when I got it buried bad. There are friendly folk all over on these trails. They weren't even...
Wow, what an impressive beast. Thanks for sharing.
Scott, if you like to tinker someone has a video on youtube showing how to split the case, put a $1 switch on the back to truly disconnect the battery, then it lasts for months as you would expect.
The only thing I would caution against with a Smittybilt X3 is difficulty pulling line. For some reason they have quite a bit of resistance on the spool out, and the lower gearing you have in it the...
Hilarious that 20 years later when people make up Darwin awards they recycle the same JATO bit.
I did the same. Brought my nice camera, didn't turn it on once, and missed most of my shots on my phone. Too busy having fun to be a good photographer but I can live with that.