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Type: Posts; User: bigreen505
Great to have you back!
That is a pretty fair price for one in good shape. If you get in really windy, but mostly dry conditions, taking off the fly makes the tent much quieter. IMO the biggest issue with those tents is the...
I know you have been working on an iPad version, would it be any easier/faster to do an Android version instead? It seems that dedicated GPS hardware is getting prohibitively expensive for our needs,...
They are OK as long as you have ample ventilation. When the humidity rises, they get very cold. Open the vents and maybe leave the windows a bit open too.
Care to enlighten us? I'm having a hard time finding apps that are worth the effort and really work well offline. MotionX used to be pretty good. I could almost get excited about Avenza if it would...
Yeah, I haven't had any time to think about it, and honestly still don't. I'm torn between the benefits of the Columbus and needing an empty roof rack since the Rover doesn't have much cargo space.
I have a small that I would sell for $800. It is in overall fair shape, but one of the zipper sliders needs to be replaced. I want to replace it with a medium.
Bummed you have to sell the Dormie, Nick. I'd be all over this if I hadn't picked up the Rangie.
1. what color do you prefer? tan
2. are you more interested in front, rear, or both.Both, but more interested in front
3. Canvas or waterproof? Canvas
4. Our front set would likely retail for...
Hmmm, I might need that.
That love affair didn't last long. Matt, why are you selling?
I have a small Columbus. It needs a zipper that I have, but have not put on yet, but is otherwise good to go. It's nice and light.
I don't know about good, but sailinganarchy.com can be a lot of fun. I suppose it's a little like Dweb for boats.
Does she know it's not black?
I'll be interested to hear your thoughts on the Tacoma compared with your Disco.
Hmm, Lot's of stuff here, not sure where to start.
The question about whether you need a 33" tire is valid. If you feel limited by ground clearance of the 265s go for, it not I would stick with a...
Just walk away. I think a D2 is fine but tight for two, you might be able to squeeze in three if everyone packs light, but I can't see five being comfortable for more than day trips. A D2 is more...
I don't think a lift is about fitting bigger suspension, but as Steve hinted, getting springs/shocks that don't suck.
Yeah, they suck on ice but wear like iron. Fine on dirt roads. Kind of the ultimate all season tire. I would recommend getting a road hazard warranty on them. I've killed a couple.
Just as a bit of background, I have a little experience with a few tents having spent a good bit of time in an ARB, a Howling Moon, and I own a Columbus.
Something to consider is...
Thanks Corey, I'd never heard of that. Let us know how it works.
Are you two talking about the winter hood?
The Subaru Legacy/Outback problem isn't size, it is that first gear is way too tall. Also the clutch is weak. If am I going places where I have a lot of graded dirt roads I'll take the Subaru, but in...
Skip the Subaru if you are planning to take it off pavement in Colorado. The gearing just doesn't work. If you can find an old Subaru Loyale (the wagon before the Legacy), that might be better. I...