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Jeffrey Dill

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Greenville, SC, USA
First Name
Jeffrey
Last Name
Dill
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15578

Ham Callsign
W4FOZ
I finally put my Emblems on both vehicles....
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Now before you die-hard 4x4 'enthusiasts' ding me for adhering the badge to my Hyundai :astonished:, remember it's not always what you drive. It's that your outfitting and exploring. :smile: And this little baby worked in a pinch when the 4x4 was in the shop.

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And here it is on the 4x4. :sunglasses:

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Whatever gets you out there. Nothing at all wrong with a Hyundai.
 

HappyOurOverlanding

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3,115
Verdi Nevada
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9206

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KI7RAM
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Jeffrey Dill

Rank VI
Member

Influencer I

3,077
Greenville, SC, USA
First Name
Jeffrey
Last Name
Dill
Member #

15578

Ham Callsign
W4FOZ
Excellent placement and nice leveling job. Enjoy your smiles per gallon.
Thanks! It was surprisingly difficult to find a dead flat surface on the back of the Foz. Had to just press the badge down on the surface and slide it around until I could see from the top that all edges were touching metal. :blush:
 

Desert Runner

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F.
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000doodie000

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Colorado
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10711

THE MOUNTAINS ARE CALLING....Sticker...

Where did that come from...website, club, retailer?, inquiring minds would like to know
Its a vinyl i picked up from the guy that made my TRD Offroad replacements..IMG_20190408_175651.jpg

He can do all types of custom stuff. He is super responsive, easy to work with, and his prices are reasonable.

"stickerHI" is his website. I found him originally on Tacoma World his handle is CBoy808.
 

Desert Runner

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Traveler III

2,327
Southern Nevada
First Name
Jerold
Last Name
F.
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14991

Ham Callsign
/GMRS=WREA307
Emblems!Yay!
H2's are becoming a rare breed. They once were everywhere here in Southern Nevada. Now, you rarely see a H2, and even H3's are disappearing off the road. I don't think it's from accidents, maybe just parked/garaged, or bought and moved out of the country more than likely. Over the years, i saw some that were real trail rigs, with RTT's, racks, and winches, real rock sliders etc. I have even seen 2 that were hardcore. They had the interior spare tire....AND...the rear bumper swing-away spare option. If you could afford it, the last years ALPHA option was the ticket with the Duramax and Allison transmission.
 

Bob Dunlop

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H2's are becoming a rare breed. They once were everywhere here in Southern Nevada. Now, you rarely see a H2, and even H3's are disappearing off the road. I don't think it's from accidents, maybe just parked/garaged, or bought and moved out of the country more than likely. Over the years, i saw some that were real trail rigs, with RTT's, racks, and winches, real rock sliders etc. I have even seen 2 that were hardcore. They had the interior spare tire....AND...the rear bumper swing-away spare option. If you could afford it, the last years ALPHA option was the ticket with the Duramax and Allison transmission.
Mine is a work in progress
Spare on top
 

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