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  1. 3 points
    I dunno...........somebody felt like riding the wheels off this one.
  2. 2 points
    like Chevy said Prescott you don't have to hit the I17 or the 10. only time you hit the ten is right before Quartzsite which is only 17 miles from Ca. you can store your rig in Quartzsite at our place rates are stupid cheap. think my brother gets $40 per month. for 40ft rigs
  3. 2 points
    You should get a new rollcage to protect your investment
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  5. 1 point
    2005 Alumicraft Pre-Runner. Originally built turn-key by Alumicraft. Full 100% bare frame prep done in summer of 2017. Car has been used 3-4 times a year since then. I bought the car with the intention of cruising baja, but time has not allowed it. I have taken it to Plaster City, Glamis and San Felipe. It just doesn’t get used enough. Original owner used the car to explore Baja and go to Glamis with his grandkids. Redline LS1/Mendeola S4 5-speed – Perfect Baja setup Car is setup to be 2, 3 or 4 seater. 2 seats and rear rack for storage, 3 seats with storage on each side of rear seat or 4 seater. Full prep included (front to rear): New Baja Design lights (3) XL80 and 40” Onx6 Racer Ed Front shocks rebuilt and new oil; rear shocks have rebuild kits All hardware (heims and bolts) inspected or replaced Wheel bearings cleaned, inspected and regreased New Mastercraft triple layer limit straps (front and rear) All wiring cleaned up and new circuit breakers GPS (Lowrance 6000C) serviced/updated at PCI New Sony bluetooth stereo (with amp and speakers) Four new Mastercraft seats (fronts have rear bags and seat heaters); new Mastercraft harnesses. New Graffig 4-way gauge (added fuel gauge); new fuel sending unit. Adjustable drivers seat on electric actuator Two new Optima Batteries New battery shut off switch New Harmon fuel cell (38+ gallons) with new bladder and foam All new fuel lines, fuel pump, fuel filters New slave cylinder Mendeola S4 5-speed Sequential transaxle- rebuilt by Dave Folts. New Ring and Pinion, all shifter parts updated to latest revision, all parts mag’ed. Gears 4.57 3.27x2.08x1.50x1.14x.89; New LAT oil New clutch, throw out bearing, pressure plate serviced by Dave Folts Alternator was rebuilt/rewound. New serpentine belt All fluids/filters changed (oil, trans, brake, PS and antifreeze) 934 CV’s cleaned and inspected. Re-installed with AGM CV Savers; new boots All hardware inspected and/or replaced. The car was torn down to a bare frame and gone through piece by piece. More about the car: Front shocks are Fox 2.0 air coilover and 2.5 3 tube bypass; Rears shocks Fox 2.5 Coilover and 3.0 3-tube bypass. CNC hubs front and rear (5) 35x12.5x15 BFG Mud terrain on Jesse Jones wheels with Champion Beadlocks. Rear STU 33” Paddles and front Mickey Thompson 35” tires with beadlock wheels Kenwood 110 watt radio, Racer X intercom, (4) headsets. Parker pumpers for front and rear seats 4 side bag at each seat 3 gallon fresh water tank with pump and hose (nice to rinse off or wash windshield) Curved front windshield UBS charger ports RAM Mount on dash CNC cutting brake Fire out system with Nozzles for front and rear seats. Hi lift jack and shovel mounted. This is the Pre-runner chassis with all the extra “X” bracing and lacing throughout. I have a few other wrap designs done if you would like to see them. The car has an amazing American flag/eagle paint job under the wrap. I also have a new 18 foot Yiro trailer that could be sold with the car, not included in price. I am willing to take the car out to the desert for a test drive with an offer/deposit. It has been a great car for my family. I had every intention of spending more time in exploring Baja but the timing just hasn’t worked out. I am in no hurry to sell in so please do not bother trying to lowball me. I am not looking for trades or help selling it. $54,000.00 Call or text if you have any questions Eight 5 Eight 7229Eightsix5. Car in in Poway (San Diego area) but registered (street and off-road) in AZ Petes_camp_2017.mp4
  6. 1 point
    This is written by a friend of mine Eddy Justice; Red Flag Laws are a Giant Red Flag By Eddy Justice I am an unabashed believer in our Constitutional rights. When the Founding Fathers enshrined gun ownership as a right of American citizens in the Constitution, they knew what they were doing. They were so adamant on the right to bear arms that they declared that this right “shall not be infringed”. Let me be clear: firearm ownership is a right afforded to every American, and that right should not be obstructed without due process. I believe it is important to recognize that a law-abiding individual has a right to own a gun free from government surveillance and interference. I understand why folks would want to make sure firearms do not fall into the hands of dangerous individuals, we all want to protect our communities and families--but we cannot do it at the cost of our freedom. Gun ownership is as important as right as the right to a fair trial, freedom of speech, and freedom of faith. Gun rights cannot and should not be forfeited without clear, strict, and narrow set of rules that respect due process and are enforced clearly and consistently. At present, there is talk floating around the Missouri capitol to implement Red Flag laws right here in Missouri. Red Flag laws do not meet the definition of fair due process of depriving someone of a firearm, it’s government run amok. Currently, a lot of coast-states have Red Flag laws. These laws allow the state government to forcefully seize a person’s firearm if they receive a complaint from someone stating that person poses behavior that implies they could be dangerous. It is a law designed for friends and family members to signal to the government that someone they know should not own a firearm because they could pose a threat, then in comes the sheriff or the police to suspend that person’s constitutional right to own a firearm, taking away their gun, and holding it until the person is no longer viewed as a threat by the government. And That’s it. No due process, no trial, no conviction. Just a tip off to the government that so-and-so should not have a gun, and then it is taken. That is not how rights work, that is not how liberty works. Our rights can only be forfeited if we committed a crime and are found guilty by a jury of our peers, not because Neighbor A does not want Neighbor B to own a gun. Red Flag laws should be a giant red flag to everyone in our state that radical liberals are trying to make it easier for the government to take away our firearms. It gives government too much power, it curtails our rights and ignores the Constitution. It creates a subjective measure of who should and should not own a gun and then strips away a person’s rights for a “future crime” they might commit. Any Missourian with even cursory knowledge of the Constitution can tell you that an American can not be punished, imprisoned, or forfeit their freedom until they commit a crime. We cannot allow these radicals to dictate who can and cannot own a firearm. I for one will join with responsible firearm owners and freedom-loving Missourians to stand our ground against Red Flag laws or any such law that would deprive Missourians of their liberty without due process. Eddy Justice is a state senate candidate for Senate District 25 comprised of Butler, Carter, Dunklin, Mississippi, New Madrid, Pemiscot, Shannon, and Stoddard Counties.
  7. 1 point
    Check eBay and craigslist I bought two top of the line Vikings BBQ s ,Heating drawers, stainless doors the whole Shabang For pennys on the dollar from people moving and or redoing the back yard just have to be patient and have the cash ready to go you will find it Quick search https://sandiego.craigslist.org/ssd/for/d/chula-vista-viking-bbq-grill/6873291402.html
  8. 1 point
    I have had this Weber for over 8 years, it has been solid and I cook on it almost every night. https://www.weber.com/US/en/grills/gas-grills/summit-series/7360001.html
  9. 1 point
    Atlas Shrugged is a great and surprisingly prophetic book. Doubt AOC can spell "John Galt". LOL.
  10. 1 point
    I've had Bull and Cal Flame. I prefer Cal Flame for the look but both are equal quality in my opinion. I used to work for a company that was a Cal Flame dealer so I got a pretty good deal buying direct and that's what I used on my current Island. I did the same thing. Bought the equipment and had the Island built. I would Highly suggest the sink. I had one in my last Island and opted not to put one in my current Island and I miss it. It's a good spot to put cooking utensils and to rinse your hands when either cooking or just doing yard work and other things in the back yard. You'll also need a 110v outlet under the Island to plug in lighting for your grill and I would install one on the outside of the island to plug in a blender or anything else. I also did under counter lighting which looks awesome at night. Cal Flame has a whole bunch of accessories like doors, drawers, side burners, etc. Check out their website: https://www.calflamebbq.com I got the 4 burner grill, set of 30" doors (soft closing, pretty cool), a set of drawers and the paper towel holder. I still have a contact at Secard Pools who is a Cal Flame dealer who can get you pricing. They're not far from you in Rancho Cucamonga.
  11. 1 point
    Hello J my buddy uses an old bumper jack they just modify them a little and they weld two studs on they’re frame for mounting I have a couple of you want one I’ll even modify it for you ..... john
  12. 1 point
    The xj replacement
  13. 1 point
    AOC needs to ask herself, “who is john galt?”
  14. 1 point
    i absolutely hate the tow from phx to payson. it is one of THE hardest hill to pull during the summer time and most truck mfg use it for testing for over temp issues during summer. would be easier come winter but still not a fun pull with all the twists and turns Friend of ours lives in Chino Valley (north of Prescott). he goes down the 89 to the 60 and then hits the I10. comes back up the same way. the tow up yarnell hill is a good one and the switch backs into prescott will get any motion sick passengers, sick. That said, the only time he hits the 17 is when there has been between decent to heavy snow. they dont clear 89 like they do 69 to the 17 and visa versa. he says going 17 adds about an hour to the trip. if you move to payson, you will have to contend with phx traffic every time you go to leave. Avoid the 10 like the plague unless its late morning or mid afternoon. 6-10am on a work week as well as 3-7pm are the worse times. rest of the freeways around the 10 can get backed up but nothing horrible.
  15. 1 point
    I make the tow on 89 about 15 times a year towing my 40' hauler with a dually and in my opinion it is the only way to go. I-17 to Phoenix is a nightmare.
  16. 1 point
    Having the emergency kit is always a great thing, but there seems to be something even more important missing in this thread. Where was your buddy?!?!?! Just seems a bit dodgy to be alone in the deep dunes (with your kids) and no riding partner.
  17. 1 point
    Build your own: https://www.surpluscenter.com/Linear-Actuators/?page_no=1&page_length=9999
  18. 1 point
    Speaking of shovels, I just bought one for car camping that was dirt cheap ($8.74, free SH) folds up and is the size of a paper plate when stowed in it's carrying bag. It's a cheap (but works perfectly) copy of the military folding shovel/entrenching tool. Everyone should have a shovel, extra water, extra food, a radio and/or cell phone, first aid kit plus blood clotting powder, in case someone's bleeding but it will be awhile before they can get sutures. Spare parts, tools, etc. An ounce of prevention or preparedness beats a pound of cure! Like they say, it's better to have and not need than need and not have!
  19. 1 point
    Yeah, but training wheels are a little cheaper than new boobs.
  20. 1 point
    dam! better than dead though..
  21. 1 point
    A picture of before and it’s current state. Had a Northstar/2D and it’s going to an Alper 454/S4. Been a 3 year project but a lot has changed.
  22. 1 point
    Three collisions in each one. First is mechanical pieces, second is your body that impacts restraint or object inside the vehicle, third is the organs inside your body crashing into their surroundings. Worst of all, our toys do not enjoy "crush zones" like our auto to absorb some of the impact, so full impact is delivered directly to our bodies.
  23. 1 point
    Maybe Yarder should do some "research" at a few of the "Gentlemans" clubs. Find the best ones in all the local clubs and see who she had as a doctor. It might take a while to do thorough research...
  24. 1 point
    Ok, I'll play. I have yet to meet a woman who implanted something in her chest that fixed what was wrong in her head.
  25. 1 point

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