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DesertRat1991

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  1. So you fabricated some kind of mount? Pics? Details?
  2. I wonder why no one makes a kit to mount up a light bar using the existing fog light holes in the stock bumper. The holes are 25" apart, and 24" light bars are very common... just need a smart person to fab the right brackets. Has anyone ever seen a kit that didnt require drilling new holes?
  3. +1, Would be great if they could resolve the inaccuracy issue. Having a properly functioning sample to reverse engineer would go a long way. I don't have any extras laying around.
  4. As long as you don't shoot a moose, you should be fine. These days we only dunk poachers and heretics...
  5. Are you keeping an eye on craigslist as you pass through? There's 2 nice tailgates in that area that have been hanging around for a while: https://fortcollins.craigslist.org/pts/d/loveland-jeep-comanche-tailgates-x2/6959507630.html
  6. Yah, the truck is nice but... is that a 4 port garage with a lift bay and a man cave on top?? #garage_envy
  7. Welcome! You landed at the right time. The warmest part of the year is just about behind us now.
  8. Installing another 12V socket is the best option. But, can your GPS be charged via USB? I have a 2-port adapter similar to this riding in my 12V socket: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B071SKHZX4/ref=twister_B0759QFBLF?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1 I think they make them with up to 4 ports, but they have to share amperage. So far, the 2-port has been good enough to keep 2 phones charged up with GPS/Wifi turned on. When offroad, it charges my phone and Garmin just fine.
  9. I'm down in Tucson. Definitely looking forward to getting out more once the weather cools down.
  10. If you like the outdoors: Hit up the Grand Canyon, Sedona, and Moab. While in Utah, swing by Canyonlands, Arches and Bryce Nat'l Parks. A lot of people fly-in and rent an RV to see all the sites. Plenty of ancient history out here to explore and experience first hand. Cliff dwellings, cave painti gs, petroglyphs, etc in their natural settings.
  11. I like it. It will suit the RTT crew well. Raising it higher just means worse gas mileage, less overhead clearance and a higher C.o.G.
  12. Interesting... never seen one of these before. Is it designed to mount with the hook hanging down (like the front hooks)? My first impression is that kinda seems like a bad idea.
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