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About 1tonfun

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  • Birthday 04/25/1968

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    Mesa AZ

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    Wash 6
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    Glamis/Anywhere in AZ

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  1. 1tonfun

    True Dedication to Yard Art

    But it would have been towing above its GVWR and insurance wouldn't cover it if it were in an accident.
  2. 1tonfun

    Radio Etiquette

    Don't show anybody how to use the other banks on the radio and we can keep those quiet for us.
  3. 1tonfun

    Transporting a Rail/SxS

    Always in neutral in the enclosed or on the flat bed. Always 4 straps holding the car in place. Love the guys that spend $30k on a sxs and buy 2 of the cheapest harbor freight straps to secure it to the trailer.
  4. 1tonfun

    Drivers/Spotters and their role

    All those people at the top of the hill are waiting to become the next victim
  5. I think you have to pay cash for J&M to come out and recover in the dunes. You may want to check on that as well.
  6. 1tonfun

    SHOWWDOWN at NOON

    Good point, do it on a Monday or Tuesday before the big holiday. I don't know that the quad rider was a dumbass but more than likely was riding with tunnel vision which I see a lot of in the dunes.
  7. 1tonfun

    The best way to haul 2 cars to the desert?

    Here you go, only $175k Toter and Stacker
  8. 1tonfun

    Mogollon rim riding

    The 300 road will take you all the way through Showlow and into Pinetop if you want to venture that far. There are also back roads to Winslow, Snowflake, Clints Well, etc. We park our rig in forest lakes during the summer and are up there almost every other weekend from May through October.
  9. 1tonfun

    Mother G this weekend who is going?

    From somewhere past wash 10
  10. 1tonfun

    Gear indicators

    My wife and kids gave me one for Christmas a few years ago. Sure beats the hell out of getting cloths
  11. 1tonfun

    Motorhome buying?????’s

    I made the switch a couple of years ago and ended up with a toterhome. We just got back from a long trip through Grand Teton, Yellowstone and Glacier national parks. What I found is under 40' is better suited for the national park camp grounds. We alway's stayed just out side the parks in a private campground like a KOA. Our rig is 43' and we didn't have an issue finding places to camp for our trip. Having 200 gallons of fresh, 120 gray and 120 black tanks was a plus with our model.
  12. 1tonfun

    RIP Terrarium TV

    I'm in the same boat and I will be watching this. I was ready to pull the plug on DTV but when they offered me a 50% discount to stay for another year I didn't cancel. The wife still has the DVR set to record but I hate the commercials.
  13. 1tonfun

    Mama Bought herself a Jeep

    I'm going through the same thing. I purchased a used jk about 6 months ago and it had the cheapest rough country spring and shock 2.5" lift on the market and it still sacks out the back when you hit any kind of dip in the road. trying any trail with any kind of speed and the front sacks out as well. I haven't determined what I will do with it since it is a toy and gets pulled behind the motor home, its not a daily driver. I have been leaning toward the Terra Flex pre-runner suspension kit.
  14. 1tonfun

    Schnebly hill rd

    Kind of like the troll hut, you need someone to show you the way. It is also best to keep it a secret or the access will be shut down. In the wet years you may not be able to cross below the dam. It is dry downstream this year, last year the water was 2' deep where we cross below the spillway.
  15. 1tonfun

    Schnebly hill rd

    The trail from the campground on the west side is an under 50 trail. There is another trail on the east side

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