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Apoclapedia

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Moha, British Columbia, Canada
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Matt
Last Name
Smith
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29683

Right now I mostly run my ‘92 Ranger. But I also have an ‘85 F150 and i just got a ‘94 F350 which is going to be my new project.

My Ranger has a 4.0L engine swap, 4” lift, 2” body lift, locked front end, flatdeck, front and rear bumpers with tow points, a one ton crane and its on 33” BFG mud terrains.
 

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srv1054

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Washington
First Name
Scott
Last Name
McLaughlin
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26695

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K7SCO
2005 Jeep Wrangler TJ X
Hailing out of SW Washington State.
Built out last year as a COVID stuck at home project

- 4" suspension Lift
- BFG ATKO2 33x12.5" Tires
- Bilstein 5100S Shocks
- Yaesu 8900 HAM Radio
- Uniden CMX760 CB Radio
- On-Board Dometic Fridge
- VIAIR On-board air system
- Warn Platinum 10S Winch
- Rough Country Front Bumper
- Smittybilt Rear Bumper
- Smittybilt Tire Carrier rack
- Odyssey Dual battery system
- Steinjager Limb Risers
- JKS Front Sway bar disconnects
- BestTop Soft Top
- MaxTow Transmission Temperature Gauge
- Rough County Front Bumper LED Light Bar
- Under-Carriage Rock Lighting
- Custom WranglerFix PCM Computer

Build details are here: Jeep Inky
 

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tyrellis802

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Guilford, VT, USA
First Name
Tyrel
Last Name
Ellis
Member #

28402

Hi all,

My 2008 Tundra with 160,000 miles so far. I’ve had this since 2012 and decided last year to make the off-road/camping rig transformation.



Upgraded to Hawk rotors and pads
Bilstein 6112/5100 with icon leaf pack
Camburg upper control arms
Method 310 Con 6 with 285/75 r17 BFG KM3’s
New lower control arms while it was apart
MBRP dual exhaust
Rear breather mod
Diff drop/ABS and Brake Line extensions
I’ve been on the fence what type of camping setup I want. I also am a bikepacker, so I’ve been bringing that equipment. Plus side is it packs small and weighs less than 25 pounds.

Gotten some great ideas and info from you all in such a short period of time. Can’t wait to get out there and meet some of you!
 

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TSbianchad

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60
Mountain View, CA, USA
First Name
Suchon
Last Name
Bianchad
Hello everyone,

This is my 2004 GX470 242,000 miles strong. I currently have a 2.5 inch Ironman foam cell pro lift
Ironman front bumper
Dobinsons rear dual swing rear bumper
Badlands 12k winch
Rolling on some venom power 285/70/17 on oem wheels
I’ve owned this vehicle for about half a year, purchased it stock back in October of last year. I’m normally up north in Mendocino looking for new trails to explore. Eventually I’ll get some rock sliders, haven’t found a set I like yet. Hope to see you guys on the trail!
 

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