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Lanlubber

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Mimbres, NM, USA
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covey sr
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Yeah, with the height of my WJ a RTT wasn't really an option. I know I've said before I'm perfectly happy with a ground tent, but then this happened. ;) BTW it did come with a Max Coupler and all sorts of other good accessories too.

-TJ
I think the max coupler is really needed on those sketchy up and down narrow trail roads. Sooner or later I will get one for my 6x10 cargo trailer conversion for when I dare to go on more sketchy roads.
 

Western

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Johns Creek, GA, USA
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Jeff
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Bowman
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24839

Last thing was my Flatout GR LITE 2” Lift Coilovers. Next will either be the LP Adventure Premium Bumper Guard and skid plate or a 89L ROAM Adventure CO Box w/organizer.
 
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grubworm

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Thibodaux, LA, USA
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grub
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worm
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bought some new radios... @Mrprotaganist let me borrow one of his a couple weeks ago and i figured it would be good to have some of my own. i didn't realize CB radio was dead so I went with GMRS and then had to get a FCC license to use them. i'd kinda like to start an underground subversive broadcasting station in my attic now...:grinning:

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Roots66

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Georgetown, TX, USA
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Mike
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Roots
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Needed something quick and easy for those times when you show up on site way after dark or when it's a weekend trip and the Kodiak is just too much. $75 from Walmart, delivered.
 

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Sjo527

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Beavercreek, OH, USA
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Shaun
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Johannes
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15310

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I just bought everything for on-board air last, ARB Compressor, Pressure Control Module, Air Up kit & Vehicle Mount. Next up I'm kinda undecided.. I'm between a new Fridge (Dometic CFX3 75DZ) and an Awning room for my ARB Awning or Annex Room for my Tent and the Awning Room as well as a controller and ditch lights.
Pulled the trigger on the two annex rooms so far. Not sure about the controller as I try to avoid night drives on trails. Think I should invest in some sliders before I do any additional lighting.
 
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OverDavidLand

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Los Angeles, CA, USA
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David
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Vonderhaar
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29233

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Purchased since the last trip out but not RIG specific.
  • Wheel Chocks
  • Propane Gauge
  • 30 Amp RV Cable
  • Jack Stands
  • Additional Ratch Straps
  • Industrial Strenght Bungie Tie-downs

RIG specific (still) waiting in line for these guys so you could argue not fully purchased yet and likely next:
  • OPUS-15 (deposit)
  • Nutzo - Rambox Expedition Rack
  • Octane Series Front Bumper
 

Boostpowered

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Hunt county, TX, USA
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Justin
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Davis
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14684

Convincing the wife we need to loose the stock z71 wheels an get some new kmc wheels. Jk I don't need to convince her of anything she's just as down for having custom stuff as me.

What sparked my interest in switching was we went out to eat at pappa deux last weekend and we saw a ford raptor with some black rihno arsenal wheels and looked at one another and said we need those. While waiting for our food we looked for some that would fit our bolt pattern, unfortunately they don't make em in a 6x120 bolt pattern. So I started looking at other options as of right now these kmc are what I'm thinking about getting.

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Sjo527

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Beavercreek, OH, USA
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Shaun
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Johannes
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15310

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Testing Soon ;)
Convincing the wife we need to loose the stock z71 wheels an get some new kmc wheels. Jk I don't need to convince her of anything she's just as down for having custom stuff as me.

What sparked my interest in switching was we went out to eat at pappa deux last weekend and we saw a ford raptor with some black rihno arsenal wheels and looked at one another and said we need those. While waiting for our food we looked for some that would fit our bolt pattern, unfortunately they don't make em in a 6x120 bolt pattern. So I started looking at other options as of right now these kmc are what I'm thinking about getting.

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Ooooo I'm sold on those! Might need to see what fit's my Tacoma.
 

Jeremy M.

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McNeil
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4443

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I have had the Baja Designs Amber Fog Light kit, but the kit I had was early and not SAE. The cutoff didn't cut it and blinded other drivers so I switched to the SAE kit. So far I am very happy with the results. My brother-in-law converted the connector to a H11 so they plugged directly into the factory hareness. Thanks @reh8388
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ThundahBeagle

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Andrew
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Beagle
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Just bought new spark plugs and spark plug wires for my 2014 GMC Sierra Z71, and installed them myself. It amazes me the sheer size of the hood of my truck, and yet how little space there is in the engine bay.

Next up:
- PowerStop Z36 truck n tow drilled and slotted brake rotors and pads
- Isolator relay and battery cables for second battery (for exterior camp lighting and comms)
- If funds permit, a set of 33 inch AT tires to fit my 7 spoke GM steel wheels

...and so on...
 

ThundahBeagle

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Apparently, my "WIFE" is buying a winch for the H2 this past weekend with the heavy Ice storm we were out clearing trees in our driveway and public roads with me cutting them and her pulling them back with the H2. Out of the blue ...her words " why don't you have one of those pulling things on the front of the h2 like the land cruiser". I just said it is on the list but not a priority well she says that will be your Valentine's day present then. Guess she had fun
1) Your wife will drive a Hummer
2) Your wife will help you clear timber
3) Your wife is complicit in buying a winch (for Valentine's Day, no less.

What a keeper! You'll have to do more than just make her breakfast for Valentine's Day. $$$
 
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