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  1. this one from a previous thread https://www.blm.gov/site-page/blm-california-covid-19-updates
  2. lardass knew and now so will the rest of us, thanks, turns out he loved racing! https://www.thedrive.com/news/32681/late-musician-kenny-rogers-loved-everything-to-do-with-dirt-racing
  3. rip, Kramer sure loved kennys chicken
  4. o they do, but this is a guys trip and we are pros at dry camping
  5. KOH for me, 9 days of dry camping in a class c with small tanks lol
  6. x2, better to stay at camp, that's why when we get older we buy RVs
  7. outlaw, great driver/car owner for those of us that are old enough to remember when nascar was not so corporate https://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/motorsports/junior-johnson-moonshiner-turned-nascar-legend-dies-at-88/ar-BBYcXlw
  8. I have one in costa mesa, white bros or fmf, woud have to look in the rafters to be sure. came off a 2004 also, case of pacifico and its yours
  9. this OG does, I grew up with molly, crankin it up down the 111 on my cassette player
  10. does anyone know if you can just hook your tow-bar to one of these bumpers instead of installing a standard baseplate kit for towing?
  11. And don't drop the chassis side of the track bar instead. It will try to peel off the "frame", even beefed. Ask me how I know. so how do you know? now I am worried about my frame as I was looking at the kevins offroad bracket that TJ suggested. also I was taught that if you do a pitman drop then you drop the chassis side of the trac-bar and when you do a high steer kit like on a JK mopar or aev kit then you raise the axle side, btw, I am so glad that TJ started this thread, never knew that so many jeep guys are on GDS
  12. thanks to TJ and others for all the tips, nice to not have to learn the hard way! I don't plan to do any crazy crawling but I want this jeep to drive better. I feel I got a good deal when I bought it because the previous owner couldn't fix the bump steer this jeep has due to the drop pitman arm.
  13. nice build, just in time for me as I just picked up one of these to use as my next RV toad. after two trips to KOH in buggies and sxs I decided to get something I could roll up the windows in. this one has a rustys 4.0 kit on 32s. Question, did you use a drop pitman arm?
  14. https://www.yahoo.com/news/kevin-hart-likely-file-lawsuit-220541042.html anybody else think this is total BS! I wonder if he even thought about safety equipment when he decided to build such a cool car, then let his buddy drive who doesn't know how.
  15. I have a set, paddles are worn but mitchell wheels are in perfect cond. in storage at the moment, I can post some picts in a day or 2
  16. peter fonda, I was just listening to steppenwolf the other day https://www.msn.com/en-us/movies/news/peter-fonda-two-time-oscar-nominee-and-star-of-easy-rider-dies-at-79/ar-AAFUsDC?ocid=iehp
  17. 2 pm, Baja 500, abc. cheers!
  18. I agree, gotta start somewhere. at least it has a b~pillar!
  19. jeeperdino

    IDAHO

    he is correct, I just barely got in last week! so parker/havasu, for winter, Idaho for summer! seems like a no brainer
  20. x2, it was great to be able to push my taco mini-bike over to the vacant lot and ride with the other kids. if the cops did show up they just made you go home! thanks dbart!
  21. kinda looks surreal in the background, waiting for a trump tweet nice rail also,GLWS
  22. was there also, had a blast! used up all my propane running my heater, 4 nights chocolate thunder seems like its their olds hill with all the spectator action
  23. they had a display set up in hammertown, stuff looked pretty nice! first time I had ever seen them
  24. can anyone update the conditions out there? looks like we may be trading dust for mud is the lakebed flooded yet?

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