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rumbledawg

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wasn't for my truck, wasn't even for me...
just finished installing new Maxxis radial tires on the wifey's quad today.
can't complain, her atv is an '08, and she was STILL on the orig tires....ya, even for a girl she rides like a girl...
also picked up a new tree saver for the kid's quad winch, 8500 lb tensile strength, old one was gettin a little ratty
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Joey83

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Bought some touchup paint for my car as I plan on doing some rust repair when it gets warmer.
 

Nivar3

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Hoping to order my suspension upgrade next. Christmas gift to myself or tax money lol...all depends.

4” BDS coilover kit with Fox 2.5s. Also planning Deaver mini pack in the rear along with Camburg shackles and Fox 2.5s in the rear as well.
 
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Cypress

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Allen
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Murray
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Last thing I bought was another tire for a spare.

Looking into a RTT now. Just trying to decide if I want to spend the extra $$$$ for a hard shell.
 
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JDGreens

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Last thing I bought was another tire for a spare.

Looking into a RTT now. Just trying to decide if I want to spend the extra $$$$ for a hard shell.
If I was getting a RTT, I would get a hard shell, but my wife doesn't want to climb a ladder. So a nice ground for overlanding, and a trailer for base style camping. At least that's is my future plans.
 

Cypress

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Allen
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Last thing I bought was another tire for a spare.

Looking into a RTT now. Just trying to decide if I want to spend the extra $$$$ for a hard shell.
If I was getting a RTT, I would get a hard shell, but my wife doesn't want to climb a ladder. So a nice ground for overlanding, and a trailer for base style camping. At least that's is my future plans.
I've considered building a trailer as well. The jury is still out on that one.
 
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OCToyCruiser

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Manny
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Mendez
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Looking into the rear bumper spare swing arm set up. Not sure which is more important, rear, or front bumper with winch set up? Not a fan of my front bumper guard now, but it came with it and free is hard to beat.
 

Cypress

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Looking into the rear bumper spare swing arm set up. Not sure which is more important, rear, or front bumper with winch set up? Not a fan of my front bumper guard now, but it came with it and free is hard to beat.
If you travel primarily by yourself, I'd go for the winch and front bumper. If you always run with groups, that's less important.
 
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OCToyCruiser

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Looking into the rear bumper spare swing arm set up. Not sure which is more important, rear, or front bumper with winch set up? Not a fan of my front bumper guard now, but it came with it and free is hard to beat.
If you travel primarily by yourself, I'd go for the winch and front bumper. If you always run with groups, that's less important.
That’s a good call, thanks for the advice. Im looking forward to going out with others eventually. In the meantime, exploring alone.
 

xc70az

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Last thing we bought was a Canyon Outfitter 55 Cooler. Plan to (eventually) buy some type of collapsing table for the camp stove. I'm all about keeping the weight down for vehicle handling and MPG, so still deciding which one.
 

Tom Cole

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I just had a Long Range Aux (LRA) tank installed on my 4Runner. I went to BBRSP and off-roaded for 5 days and still had 17 gallons left over when I pulled into Marfa. Years past, I always had to take 3 rota-pax to do the same trip.
 
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velo47

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Ordered a Relentless Fab rear bumper and swingarm for the truck. And some Luci lights at 50% off (the lights, not the bumper)!
 

Atypical

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A front bed mount setup for my Maxtrax boards on a 2020 Raptor. Not many options out there but I found a couple of seperate pieces to make it happen I think. I was looking for a no drilling into the bed solution along the lines of the Builtright bed racks. I even contacted Builtright if they had anything in the works but unfortunately they haven't fully figured out an option quite yet. Fingers crossed it works.
 

surfnturf

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I just bought a clean CJ7!

I was starting to feel guilty driving my classic Bronco to all these far away places and figured that a less expensive to replace rig was in order. I'm keeping the Bronco but will retire it to local trips to the beach on weekends. This is my "new" daily driver and overland rig! It's already set up nice with Dana 44s front and rear, Lockers (ARB) , 4:1 transfer case. Cruises 65 on the freeway comfortable and crawls with 115:1 ratio. Setting it up to tow my overland trailer and few other goodies. Stay tuned....20201126_101133.jpg20201126_101406.jpg
 

RoarinRow

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I just bought a clean CJ7!

I was starting to feel guilty driving my classic Bronco to all these far away places and figured that a less expensive to replace rig was in order. I'm keeping the Bronco but will retire it to local trips to the beach on weekends. This is my "new" daily driver and overland rig! It's already set up nice with Dana 44s front and rear, Lockers (ARB) , 4:1 transfer case. Cruises 65 on the freeway comfortable and crawls with 115:1 ratio. Setting it up to tow my overland trailer and few other goodies. Stay tuned....View attachment 178639View attachment 178640
Looks like a fun rig!
 

4Ruffner

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CBi Full Skid Plates w/ Tank plate should ship ... soon?
Ordered ARB OME BP-51 Lift Kit & Full Suspension with OME upper control arms yesterday.
Hopefully they will both arrive in a week or two at Parry Motors to be installed at the same time as the LRA tank.
Now, just need to get some BFG KO2s by that time ...
 
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