Super easy to install. I did it in my driveway with basic wrench and socket (I don't remember the sizes). I don't have an extensive tool set. Super, super easy. The toughest part for me was dealing with my slightly bent factory skid when I removed it.
Those look great. We've been collecting stickers. Some OCD part of me wishes they weren't all different shapes, sizes, and designs. That's what I like about your design. We've been putting them on the gear boxes. I figure that way, I won't lose them when it's time to move on to the next rig.
The sun was setting and it started raining when I hit Hurricane Creek road, and I was alone. I went a few minutes in. There were already mud holes and the terrain was definitely rougher than the rest of the route. I had never run that road before, so I wasn't familiar with it. I opted to turn...
I'm happy with my Viair 88P. I think it's about as low as I would personally go in the performance department. Just FYI, I did the Outer Banks last year, and it was fantastic. The ferry dock I used had a free air station that was much faster than my pump. It's always good to have a compressor...
Back in Atlanta. Had a great time in Moab. Here are a few pics of many:
View of the Campsite at Big Bend off 128
Tent at campsite
Fallen Rock on Long Canyon
Uranium Arch on Sevenmile Rim Trail
Monitor and Merrimac on Sevenmile Rim Trail
Determination Towers on...
On our way to Moab for a few days. Stopped at Red Rock Canyon State Park in Oklahoma for the first night. Prepped some Thanksgiving grub before the trip and heated it at camp. Good stuff!
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This is on the Skyway Motorway on the county rd 600-1 (6000-1 on Google Maps for some reason) section.
County Rd 600-1 starts here:
Check this out. Part 1. Section 2 ('Heath's cross at Heaths cliffs') is where I camped...