Type: Posts; User: photoman
Find a good spring shop. Find out who works on city/state vehicles, buses, etc.
In Phoenix I took my truck to http://dunbarspring.com/ after installing my Icon Suspension. Re-arch and add a leaf...
Nice! Do you have a map of the route? I am interested in the first part of the video of the canyon and the abandoned town.
Thanks- I will check these out as well.
Thanks- I will add this to my list of sites to reference and compare.
Sorry, 1st Gen Tundra
So with adding bumpers, sliders, and roof top tent who has upgraded the brakes on their 1st Gen Tundra and what route did you go?
This is sound advise! It really depends on what type of travel you are going to do with your truck. You could set it up as a pre-runner or a crawler but if you are daily driving the truck both those...
Here is mine as it sits now.
Icon Stage2 mid-travel with Camburg UCA
Since i was adding weight and it was soft I took it down to local spring shop to have them re-arc and add a leaf for $500. Ride...
Thanks Nathan. It was actually really cold for this shot as well. 18 degrees that night. :campfire:
Was bored yesterday sitting on the couch.
Just working through some older images.
Except for the fact that the images this camera produces are not print worthy. It is a user interaction camera not a replacement for dslr's for those looking to actually print and/or sell images.
Wish I would have been able to find a White Tundra when I was looking. Really like those wheels. What are they?
There are a few avenues here.
1. Depending on the size of the RTT you get, it could be large enough for the dog to sleep with you. You can get the equivalent of a king size bed with some mfg's.
I think you have three potential options on the motorcycle. Have someone install a class III hitch on the back of the trailer or front of the Jeep and use a motorcycle hitch carrier. Other option...
Its not hard to level a truck, it doesn't have to be RV perfect level - just eyeballed to fairly level. Some people buy leveling sticks which you can stack as needed, you could carry a couple small...
Good information so far. A couple more:
- Frees up space in the vehicle as you do not have tent, cots, air mattresses, sleeping pads, or any of those items anymore. Depending on your tent you...
My design- built in my buddies garage.
Thanks. I like mine as well though it is still a work in progress. Still have a few things left to do before I consider it complete.
Taken back in April.
I have a very similar setup.
Manual, Always manual.
Put the images on a jump drive and run a slide show on your TV. :ylsmoke: