Keepin er going
Type: Posts; User: tweenerlj
Keepin er going
Nice! I test drove one, but it wasn't in my budget, so I ended up finding this 2010 Colorado with only 29K on the clock:
I look forward to...
I have that in my office. I'm also using the sign in my avatar ;)
Anyone have a link for these skid plates?
Do you still carry the spare tire in the factory location under the bed?
I see that we have a mutual friend. Love the NMOHVA sticker on that Scrambler!
I'm thinking the same thing. I'll fire off an email to inquire.
Thanks for the link and what you did looks great! Much more finished look. I have seen what you describe, removed all the way to the bumper, but I really like what you did. I'm still waiting for...
Great looking truck nmatecek! I was already thinking about a similar rear bumper to the one you recently put on. I'm really interested in how you trimmed the front fascia:
Awesome trucks! I registered at 355 nation. How long does it usually take to get confirmed by a moderator over there?
Here is another pic of mine:
I just picked up this very clean low mileage truck. It should be a good base for mild backcountry trips. The 18" bling wheels, side steps, and chrome tailight guards will have to go though. It will...
Here is a thread on something I did: http://www.expeditionportal.com/forum/threads/90170-LJ-Cargo-Area-Drawer-Build
Here are some spacers with the center hole sized to clear the 3500 # trailer hub: http://dinoot.com/components-pricing/frame-parts.html
He already sold his stock wheels
Let me ask the owner of this Tundra if he still has his stock wheels. Maybe get you a deal
Ha! I knew you couldn't be without a 4x4 for long!
Not sure I understand your question. Do you have the basic or pro? I download maps from within the app as described here: http://help.gaiagps.com/knowledgebase/articles/257515-how-to-download-maps
After having these drawers, it got tiresome to always have to unzip the rear window to access the cooler, so I also made a version of jsherb's rear window, an example how one mod drives another:
Last EJS I went to was 25 years ago when I thought the crowds were too large then. It would be neat to see the vendor displays and all, but since I know my way around pretty good, I prefer to go out...
My little tool drawers:
I went and sat in a couple. At 6'5", the headrest sticks out and hits me right between the shoulder blades even at the highest setting. Fix that, then I'll have a closer look.
A few years old, but one of my favorites: