Those are very cool!
Type: Posts; User: luk4mud
Those are very cool!
This is some really nice work you are doing. Way beyond my skill set. Look forward to seeing to progress as time and money allow.
OK, understand now. I think I have whacked my knee on that receiver a time or two. It could easily have been flush mounted by AT I believe. No side anchor points but it would be easy enough to...
Recently bought the Renogy 60W suitcase, very well made. Added longer lead cables from Powerwerx- expensive but worth it not to amp in the sun. Whole system comes in at about $270 delivered.
1. Not sure about the hitch question. I use a double stack receiver/ extender to gain a little height and even things out between the tv and td. That may be what you are referring to? ...
Ford Raptor is also an option. Jeep Grand Cherokee diesel also, if you are only doing mild stuff.
So apparently my KISS approach to trailer builds has some downside. Using Reliance jugs instead of a built in water system means that I move water around a bit which means occasional overflows,...
18 step program.
Good one! I keep a couple of those around they really do work well!
"Normal use" could be subject to a flexible interpretation by some renters. Your rates are very fair, best of luck with the business venture!
Coleman Xtreme 5 day is very good for the $.
We have a buddy who brings one on multi day trips and it is not that far off the Yetis.
I looked at teh RTT option very hard before I decided to have a teardrop built instead. Each approach has its advantages. Biggest two minuses for me on the RTT were the winds we get in the desert...
Excellent deal, GLWS. I have been using the same set up for 5+ years now. Seals are all still good, hose, regulator and inflator are all still in great shape.
If you are absolutely positive that you will never hit a bump at speed and never be on any sort of twisty off camber grade that might cause a ball to pop off, stick with the ball. Ball is fine on...
Great concept. Are there any restrictions on where the renter can take it? Like ... is the Rubicon ok?
Great report and beautiful country. You are an excellent writer and photographer.
Dude, chill. This isnt Pirate4x4.
Loved my 1997 LC, best built vehicle I will probably ever own. And I really like my 2013 Rubicon. Not nearly as well made and I wont own it with 200k miles, that's for sure. It's just an apples...
Nathan, I think you should just consider buying a whole donor vehicle from CL and parking it behind the garage. Marnie will support that approach, all woman see the wisdom in that.
Great write up and pics. I love your writing style. Looks like we frequent alot of the same areas around SE Utah.
Interesting thread. I am a big believer in user reviews, and this thread would not give me much confidence in CVT, NOT because issues arose but because:
-the posters are clearly intelligent folks...
Nice report! You appear to have been bitten by the offroading bug. Time to shop for something with 2 drive shafts ....
Excellent kit I have one as well.