Originally Posted by viatierra
3 Corners Marker, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon
Fortune Creek Trail to Gallaher Head Lake, Washington, with NWOS
Thanks for all the kind words guys. I brought the van home stock a year ago, and the lift kit was already in the mail. I just wish I would have orderred the Pop top earlier too so I could have had it for more of my trips.
I get asked to go with the guys on Northwestoverlandsociety.org often, as well as PacificNorthwestBackroadAdventures.com They like my rig, and understand its purpose as well as its abilities and limitations. A guy I found on Expo has a Sportsmobile and we have since found out that we live three streets away from each other, so we get out a bit. Spent 31 nights camping in the van this first year.
Have a lot more plans as everyone, but the New World Order has us on Financial Lockdown until we see whats going to happen, so progress has ground to a crawl.
Expo has been informative, inspirational, and just plain enjoyable. Thanks all of you.
Ujoint: If your van is described as "Slightly modified", how am i to describe mine?
Last edited by T.Low; 03-31-2009 at 12:28 AM.
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'03 Chevy Astro w/ NP233C 4x4 electronic shift transfer case, 4-5" Overlandvans lift kit, 4:10's w/ Detroit Locker, Rancho 9000 adjustable shocks w/ in-dash remote & onboard air compressor, 255 70R16 AT's or 245/75 16 MT/Rs depending, GTRV pop top w/ sleeper, Carefree Awning, Gaucho couch, Coleman Fridge, and tons of Thule
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