We should plan a meet up.I keep missing the meetups, so I sure would like to actually meet the people behind the screen names.
Anyway Compared to the more serious off roading (Ive done that too, stuff like swapping 1 ton axles, double transfer cases, front and rear lockers, hydro assist steering...) overlanding is a breath of fresh air to me. Nobody will heckle you for turning back or taking the obstacle bypass. From those I have met overlanding is simply just about community and exploration. Hell theres even a sizable contingent here (me included) that prefer to park the rigs and make camp, and do the exploration on bicycles.
Definitely need a test drive to fully understand the problem, lol...Any advice on fixing a loose shift knob on a 2008 mx-5?