How much? :ylsmoke:
Type: Posts; User: teotwaki
How much? :ylsmoke:
This is my favorite thread. Already six and a half years old, 133 pages and still going strong. :elkgrin:
Okay, I am guilty of polluting the thread but I was drawn in by the usefulness of the topic. Starting with the weak looking list at JPFreek
Some items are driven by where you go and the risks...
The Doctor says pour some bleach in each eye :Wow1:
Somehow you disrobing and bouncing is sort of creepy....:Wow1:
Now I know that these exist: Slip-pin Clevis
As soon as my screw pin items wear out I can buy the slip pin model... ...
I bought mine new in 2005 for $27,500 and now at 209,000 trouble free miles. I've definitely not lost any money :elkgrin:
I recall that the 5th Gen weighed at least 400 pounds more than a 4th Gen with a V6
now that this thread has been brought back to life..... the previously mentioned Bivy sacks are no longer available but newer similar models are:
Grape Solar now sells a fridge:
Grape Solar Glacier 1.1-cu. ft. AC/DC Fridge/Freezer: ...
My trailer has two deep cycle batteries for running RTT lights, exterior lights, inverter and other 12volt items
As well as noisy stuff like this running by!
That part of the kit is called a full sized spare :elkgrin:
Take a length of duct tape and roll it on itself until the diameter is a little over 5/16"
I currently have the Extreme Outback kit as well as tire irons and a bead breaker. I recently had a shop handle a repair for me because they had these nifty plug/patches from Xtra-Seal. O'Reilly and...
I think that this is the one that I have. They are of excellent build quality and mine has been on many adventures on Lake Powell.
Many of the tents are made in the same factory. For instance, my original tent was "Camping Labs" and I needed a new cover. I bought a Mombasa cover from TRD Parts 4U...
I took these yesterday just for you Jeep fans :elkgrin:
There has been speculation that Sears would drop this battery due to their company's poor profitability of late. You could look for a deal for the Odyssey in that model. Both are made by EnerSys.
Thanks for that update!
If you have kids it is likely that you have been to Peppermint Valley :smiley_drive:
A canyon in Panamint Valley
Thank you much! After I get out for some beach camping I will head back to the desert as it starts to cool off.
Thanks! That part of the trail was the "super highway" portion and was pretty wide. The sketchy parts of the trail are eroded and maybe a foot wide.