What Did You Do With Your Rig Today?

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19mystic96

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Lanlubber

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none - BREAKER BREAKER HAND HELD CB AND WALKIE TALKIE
5-tire rotation and an (appx.) quarterly wash & clean this past weekend. All set to get out there this upcoming weekend.

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I think if I had a choice (at my age) this would be my kinda rig. Not too big, not to small, low profile with everything you need for whatever you do.
I like it a lot, I really really do. Congratulations on perfection IMO !
 
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trikebubble

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I think if I had a choice (at my age) this would be my kinda rig. Not too big, not to small, low profile with everything you need for whatever you do.
I like it a lot, I really really do. Congratulations on perfection IMO !

Thanks, I appreciate that. It's taken awhile to get here, from Jeeps&ground tents, to Xterras&rooftoptents, to towing a travel trailer. I like where I am right now, it really works for us and is as self contained as we need with way more creature comforts than someone should have while out there on the road less traveled.
 

tjZ06

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But trail stripes are like a badge of honor :)

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Lol, maybe the scuffed sliders count? I guess I need to try harder! Truth be told, I try pretty hard not to stripe the WJ up, but it won't stop me from using a trail and I won't modify the trail (cut stuff down) just to avoid stripes. This is one of the advantages of the WJ: it's actually pretty small. So if typical rigs have been using a trial, chances are the branches are knocked-back enough for the WJ already.

-TJ
 

RoarinRow

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Lol, maybe the scuffed sliders count? I guess I need to try harder! Truth be told, I try pretty hard not to stripe the WJ up, but it won't stop me from using a trail and I won't modify the trail (cut stuff down) just to avoid stripes. This is one of the advantages of the WJ: it's actually pretty small. So if typical rigs have been using a trial, chances are the branches are knocked-back enough for the WJ already.

-TJ
I hear ya on that. Once you go and you take a line, you are pretty much committed, trail stripes or not lol. I try not to get any scratches or dings as well.