What Did You Do With Your Rig Today?

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JCWages

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Pathfinder I

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Grass Valley, CA, USA
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Justin
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Wages
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Yeah the view would be better without the stinky socks in the picture. Doesn't look like you guys even bothered to air down for the rocky road.
That is a nice place and wouldnt mind spendinf a week or two our there throwing rocks at the squerrels. Thanks for the pic's but leave your
feet out of the next ones, I might want to frame and hang it on my wall. LOL
Will do Captn! I can send you the sockless version. ;)

We aired down. The trail is too rocky to be comfortable at street pressure but yeah, it wasn't technical enough to require it. Now had we continued on much further it would have gotten real.... I'm not quite ready for the Rubicon.
 
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RoarinRow

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Elk Grove, CA, USA
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Rolando
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Nispiros
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Replaced my rear view camera with a better quality one as far as low light lux.

Old camera - around 1pm.
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New camera - This is at 7pm’ish.

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It’s harder to tell in pictures but I can def notice a difference in picture quality.
 

Lanlubber

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Mimbres, NM, USA
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Will do Captn! I can send you the sockless version. ;)

We aired down. The trail is too rocky to be comfortable at street pressure but yeah, it wasn't technical enough to require it. Now had we continued on much further it would have gotten real.... I'm not quite ready for the Rubicon.
Well it looked like you had a really good time and a better view than I did . LOL
You have a really nice rig and set up. I'm not an RTT man but for you young folk , I think they are great. You do realize that bears love to climb dont you ? :<)
 

Downs

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Hunt County Texas
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Downs
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Pulled the driver's seat and put my old seat back in it so i can take the WJ seat down to get refoamed by the local upholstery shop.
 
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PNW EXPLR

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Kennewick, WA, USA
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Michael
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Denniston
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Hopefully that's your work truck lol. j/k.
Ha, nope! This is my daily driven overland rig. I will be installing a custom fabed recessed battery box. This will allow me to run a group 29 deep cycle house battery. I will power my fridge, and RTT accessories without the fear of killing my engine batteries.
 

RoarinRow

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Ha, nope! This is my daily driven overland rig. I will be installing a custom fabed recessed battery box. This will allow me to run a group 29 deep cycle house battery. I will power my fridge, and RTT accessories without the fear of killing my engine batteries.
I figured you'd have something cool planned for it. I just saw two holes and said, whoa!
 
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Buckaroo

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Swore at it this evening when it wouldn't start.
at first I thought the spade connector had rattles loose from the starter solenoid again, crawled under the van to slip it back on only to find that the housing bolt of the starter motor was missing.
No wonder the f@cker wouldn't start!
..tomorrow ....searching in the shed for a replacement bolt and a tube of locktite.
 
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Lanlubber

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Mimbres, NM, USA
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Ha, nope! This is my daily driven overland rig. I will be installing a custom fabed recessed battery box. This will allow me to run a group 29 deep cycle house battery. I will power my fridge, and RTT accessories without the fear of killing my engine batteries.
I'd still keep my cut outs for the next owner although he could use aluminum sheets to cover and pop rivet over the holes unless you sell it to another off roader.
Looks like it will make a tidy installation I would like to see when your finished. I might do something similar to the fiberglass panel in the rear of my LRD2 in an existing compartment that has only access from top, to be able to install my solar charger, amp meter and Inverter in the recess instead of a surface mount.
 
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Lanlubber

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Swore at it this evening when it wouldn't start.
at first I thought the spade connector had rattles loose from the starter solenoid again, crawled under the van to slip it back on only to find that the housing bolt of the starter motor was missing.
No wonder the f@cker wouldn't start!
..tomorrow ....searching in the shed for a replacement bolt and a tube of locktite.
When you get mad at your rig and call it names, it will get even with you by spitting bolts and nut or burn your wires. LOL
 
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Lanlubber

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ain't that the truth?
They are just like dogs, kindness will make them love you so be careful what you say to them, I'm NOT joking. Never kick um in their tires or let dogs pee on them. You would be asking for all kinds of problems.
 
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Buckaroo

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They are just like dogs, kindness will make them love you so be careful what you say to them, I'm NOT joking. Never kick um in their tires or let dogs pee on them. You would be asking for all kinds of problems.
that rig of mine gets all the love and attention ( and all of my hard earned money) constantly.
..and if a dog ever peed on my tyres, it would be limping away holding it's cahoonas.