What Did You Do With Your Rig Today?

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Shane_ONeil

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Manassas, Virginia, USA
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After quite a while of not hitting the trails, I finally installed some much needed upgrades. Most importantly, I replaced the dead factory auto-locking hubs with Warn manual locking hubs, so I now have 4WD again.

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I also replaced the front sway bar bushings, idler arm, steering center link, and bump stops. Steering and front end handling is beyond better now.

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And I tested everything in my front yard. I still have to install a wiring harness and switch module for all auxiliary electronics though.

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Range Rover Newbie

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Pathfinder I

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La mirada ca
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After quite a while of not hitting the trails, I finally installed some much needed upgrades. Most importantly, I replaced the dead factory auto-locking hubs with Warn manual locking hubs, so I now have 4WD again.

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I also replaced the front sway bar bushings, idler arm, steering center link, and bump stops. Steering and front end handling is beyond better now.

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And I tested everything in my front yard. I still have to install a wiring harness and switch module for all auxiliary electronics though.

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Looks good, those warn hubs are no joke..they are much better than stock perform well. I had installed a pair on my 79Jimmy, and was very happy
 

Oklamopar

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Midwest City, OK, USA
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Lester
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Kono
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After quite a while of not hitting the trails, I finally installed some much needed upgrades. Most importantly, I replaced the dead factory auto-locking hubs with Warn manual locking hubs, so I now have 4WD again.

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I also replaced the front sway bar bushings, idler arm, steering center link, and bump stops. Steering and front end handling is beyond better now.

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And I tested everything in my front yard. I still have to install a wiring harness and switch module for all auxiliary electronics though.

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Where did you get your idler arm My son is in desperate need.
 

Ironhide

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Traveler I

1,402
Camano Island, WA
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13322

Installed the drawer system I built. Happy with the turnout. It also has a storage area at the back of the box, accessible by flipping the back seat down. View attachment 104903View attachment 104904View attachment 104905
This is what I like about our forum. It offers us alternate ideas for our projects. I am planning to redo my drawer system from one large drawer to two smaller drawers
I am curious as to the placement of your drawer slides being on the bottom of the drawers. How do you find the operation of the drawers with the weight of more equipment?
 
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Joey83

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Pathfinder I

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Sandnes, Norge
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Removed the roof rails as I managed to break one of them, now I have to find a way to remove the screws without removing the headliner or damaging the paint, I kinda like how my car looks without them.
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4wheelspulling

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Chelan, WA.
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Vance
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Myers
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8452

Came back from an Overlanding adventure this morning and had a package waiting for me. Then UPS showed up to deliver my Dometic CFX 75 DZW! Here are a couple of pictures that help someone with ideas on size. My Canyon is 35L, for the record, still Ice from a block 8 days, on the cooler! Vance.
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UltimaSanctus

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Greenville, SC, USA
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Over the past three mornings (before it got too hot outside) I pulled the transfer case out of my Tahoe to do the "GM pump rub fix kit". Pulled it out Tuesday, replaced the part and reassembled the t-case yesterday, and reinstalled it with the help of my brother in law today. Aluminum pump vs. Magnesium tail housing, I wonder which was winning...

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