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  1. 11 points
    Don't ya'all be strangers ... remember I am one of you GD.COM knuckleheads
  2. 6 points
    And so the build begins. Nice clean white chassis with candy blue suspension.
  3. 3 points
    Oh, and Mac had a lot to do with my mind changing 25 times. Thanks Mac.
  4. 3 points
    because the insurance company will drag this shit out till forever and will drag their asses through the mud to not have to pay out. Been there done that!
  5. 3 points
    thanks @POULE43 and @JD Miester I’ve got a grin from ear to ear. Picked this up and it hasn’t been started for years. I pulled the seat off and the fuel tank. I removed the carburetor and cleaned it out. I cleaned out the fuel tank and reinstalled everything. It actually tried to fire up on the first half ass pull. The second pull and it fired right up. Took a little video and sent it out. I put the seat back on and started driving around the neighborhood. Took it up the street to the dirt lots and all I can say is I was a giggling idiot. And I figured out 20psi in the tires are a tad to high
  6. 3 points
    I was expecting this https://www.liveleak.com/view?t=k9TvE_1568105347
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  8. 3 points
    do your research and find out what you will pay. I do that then I just start calling Sales managers. I have bought my last 5 trucks this way. If I don't like what they say I call another dealer. I wait till the end of the month. only a hour in the dealership and gone. even with trade ins. Last Ram I got 14k off sticker and i was ok with that. To let everyone know dealers make a lot per truck. Take invoice and with all the co op advertizing, dealer holdback and sales incentives most are making 6 grand if they sell you a truck at invoice. I keep it simple 500 to 1000 off invoice and all incentives and you are doing good. dealership overhead is huge and everyone needs to pay the bills.
  9. 2 points
    I have repaired so many things on Toyhaulers and its why I went the Moho /trailer route for a number of years. with Toy haulers I look at the two types of builds - the lite weight "stick and tin" stuff as they call it (I have one of those now) and the smooth side Aluminum stud construction of the heavier design. Both have their benefits IMO, and the ATC stuff is a modification of the latter looks top notch. A little attention to detail on most of these would make them a lot better, but I have never see that consistently, whether they fall down on electrical, or plumbing, or just cutting holes everywhere... - they are like the "kit cars" of RVs This is why I like ATC....For me it's the stuff companies buy from "lippert" and they all buy that lippert stuff...and have to "integrate" that is where a lot of the "rough" work shows and where you have problems because they aren't engineering it- they are making it fit. The more pieces the manufacturer "engineers" assuming they are good at it, the better the overall product. ATC makes their own extruded floors , roofs, and wall panels and cabinets - they engineer those and no wood screws and medium density fiberboard, and water won't attack them - seems like they might hold up better over rough roads and off camber hauling. that stuff is not cheap and it shows in the price tag
  10. 2 points
    Stop by the BFD booth and see my Revo that's for sale! -TJ
  11. 2 points
    Wife's Ride, Never raced....etc. His Wife never rolled it....Asian guy however...rolled uphill?
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  13. 2 points
    I can’t go 5 miles without something flying out of the bed of my truck. This sucker is doing 75 down the 91 today. Not a drop.
  14. 2 points
    where is the night owl and early riser option? In bed 1-2a.m. and up at 7:30.
  15. 1 point
    If your local to KATG he can make you a nice mount or an aluminum lid to mount them. 909-380-9073
  16. 1 point
    Hmmm SDR pimped out can Am, best bang for the buck.
  17. 1 point
    ....how I spend one of my few days off. Tape, solder, shrink tube, etc... J series magic. My buddy Tank was trying to share a home made tortilla...
  18. 1 point
    Ya but its not name brand like tatum or desert dynamics
  19. 1 point
    Yes It was a fantastic day that went by way to fast. Between meeting up with familiar faces and SXS comparing we did not even get to do the slow stroll threw the whole show. Great day hanging out with everybody going to be a great season!! It was great talking shop with Pennywise and his wife great folks. Now I really need to step up my engine swap, time is a ticking!!!
  20. 1 point
    Love that gt3, he went by me on the left dropped a gear while taking two lanes to the right and was gone!!
  21. 1 point
  22. 1 point
    Dude! Is that Kate Upton’s dad?
  23. 1 point
    Bad ass Robert. Or should you be bad ass Bobby now. Congrats.
  24. 1 point
    Front looks killer also......
  25. 1 point
    HAHA! You got that right @jjoseph99 Gotta rock my custom Pink Whips!!
  26. 1 point
    This thread is winning.
  27. 1 point
    Thanks! Seriously Buck is a wizard. Everything he touches comes out near perfect or perfect. I wish I had patience like that. Here's some work he did to the front too. The original design was just a solid bent tube. I'll post dyno sheet and hopefully a video. Can't fricken wait.
  28. 1 point
  29. 1 point
    I'd be cool with a coozie and dust rag thingy! I'll say hi if I can make it.
  30. 1 point
    Hangout with friends, buy some expensive beers, look at hot women, buy an LED whip from jjoseph99, look at awesome buggies and SXS that I can't afford, looking for new seatbelts, PCI or Rugged, buy some riding gear for the kiddos.
  31. 1 point
    The Can Am is a no go for me...just is....My neighbor has a XX and put almost 3k miles on it with just the early axle boot issue....plus it rides really nice.....I don't really need to go as fast as a turbo will take me...but if I can get one cheap enough..... that and one of his friends did a lawn dart off a 15 ft dune in her wildcat.....nothing broken...nothing bent....kinda tilting me that way... Haven't looked at the Honda's but they don't really light my wick....
  32. 1 point
    Season pass, talk to Neal, check out some side-by-side‘s, drink a nice cold one with some friends, and enjoy the scene.
  33. 1 point
    Learn to do it yourself, I do my own, always have. Honestly it's not that hard to do. Set up a work bench in your trailer, with a vise on one end. There is plenty of help online to figure out what to do with the valving. Also then you tune it to your drive style. What works for some does not work for all.
  34. 1 point
    Yes on the sxs info. If you didnt get every question answered or part found then you didnt make it thru the whole place and need to go back the next day.
  35. 1 point
    Ed is a good guy, very personable and easy to talk with. Lots of experience. I’ve never used his services, but lots of people happy with his efforts and results. Note, it is a side business for him and he’s not just going to “help you out”. You’ll need to schedule an appointment and pay the man for his services and time. I’m not sure if he takes the shocks apart in Glamis and tunes on the spot, or if he needs to take a ride and then take the shocks home. You want someone that can break them open in their trailer and re-valve out in Glamis so you can drive the car back to back to feel the difference and make the small adjustments. Make sure your ride height is correct before you embark on this adventure. Changing springs at home before hand will save time in the sand.
  36. 1 point
    Honda/2d/2 seat/but your ticket will 1 number off
  37. 1 point
    Learned this trick from a professor in college and he even warned us. He thought he stumbled on something remarkable to fix plastic parts. So he contacted a chemist buddy of his to run some tests. He got the call...DO NOT USE THIS! it's cyanide! But...if you do use it, use it in small doses that's ok, just do not breath it in.
  38. 1 point
  39. 1 point
    Now that we’ve invested in solar panels we dont need coal to charge all our electric cars at night. Especially when i flex my power and sit in the heat and darkness between the hrs of 4pm-9pm
  40. 1 point
    Jason at Selman is my go to for Chevy trucks. No BS bought last 2 from him. Tell him the Contractor Nick Paus sent you.
  41. 1 point
    Best Set up IN MY HUMBLE OPINION Gigantic 5th wheel (Older one / fully remodeled and pimped out for 15 - 20K Rhino line roof and leave it at the dunes) Plus a cargo trailer if you have a buggy OR a nice flatbed Get the Motorhome For everything else kept at home always ready to go. The last thing you want like TJ said is dragging and abusing the moho thru pismo / sand / mud / high wind of blasting sand...etc If you could, Id keep your current 5th wheel and save for a nice used pusher My 2 cents...…..sounds not as simple, but when you look at trying to make one work for everything, why not have an older 5th wheel with a little make over action to make it pimpin and let it die in the desert instead of batteling and worrying about a georgoues pusher being destroyed. My goal is to have a 45 foot Warrior and a disel 5500 truck for towing 4X4 leave it at dunes edge and live in North Carolina. ...There Ill have a moho on the property for everything else in life...…...Dune Time...fly to San Diego for the winter and buy everything I can OUTSIDE California. No $$ for Gavin Newsome!
  42. 1 point
    Brother from another mother don't count
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  44. 1 point
    For quick cooks, small cooks. Comes up to temp faster and burns less lump. Tonight I had both going, chicken wings on Jr. and a tritip (indirect) on Senior. I like steak on the egg vs the Traeger so when I am only cooking 1 I can use the small egg.
  45. 1 point
  46. 1 point
    Getting ready for Idaho on the 18th , can’t wait!😎
  47. 1 point
    The usual turn and burn. Jumped in this and headed out. Just stopped in St George for fuel so I'm about half way to LA. Stewart Raceworks luxury prerunner and there's a fully decked out brand Wildcat XX in the Uhaul. Gotta get them both to San Diego so they can prerun the Baja 400.
  48. 1 point
    So you’re saying that peanut butter isn’t part of sex. I need to rethink my life choices.
  49. 1 point
  50. 0 points
    Dood! I bought some doug fir trim, was really moist at HD, but mostly straight, a week later i go to cut for trim and its twisted as a politician! Their stuff sucks! Last batch of lumber i got from dixieline was full of termites! Where do you go now?

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