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post #1591 of 2401 Old 07-06-2013, 09:31 AM
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Sequim area now, eventually settling in poulsbo area once my wife and I find a house. Unfortunately, half my tools are in a storage garage.


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post #1592 of 2401 Old 07-06-2013, 09:35 AM
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Sorry to jack the thread Zack.

I can't this next week but am pretty well tooled, welder included, if you want to meet up the week after next.

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So, After your wheeling trip, what's your take on the new tires? Pleased/displeased? Did you drive or tow the YJ down? What about the Busy? Where there no epic stories to be had? Sounds like a great trip without much downtime/trail repairs needed.

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Sorry to jack the thread Zack.

I can't this next week but am pretty well tooled, welder included, if you want to meet up the week after next.
Sorry for the interruption Zach. I sent you pm preacher

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post #1596 of 2401 Old 07-06-2013, 04:09 PM Thread Starter
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Sorry for the interruption Zach. I sent you pm preacher

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post #1597 of 2401 Old 07-06-2013, 04:12 PM Thread Starter
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So, After your wheeling trip, what's your take on the new tires? Pleased/displeased? Did you drive or tow the YJ down? What about the Busy? Where there no epic stories to be had? Sounds like a great trip without much downtime/trail repairs needed.
I love the toyo's they handle great, we trailered it down to Evans but I drove it back. The busy wild is located at Elbe hills so I have't gotten to run that trail yet but plan to in sept..........the only real carnage belongs to the two xj's in the group (broken tail lights and wrecked/crushed quarter panels) I really on took a small dent to my wind shield channel but over all it was a great trip!

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post #1598 of 2401 Old 07-06-2013, 08:37 PM Thread Starter
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A couple washed up flareless pics of her!





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post #1599 of 2401 Old 07-06-2013, 11:29 PM
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A couple washed up flareless pics of her!
Looks good flareless!!! Join me on the dark side haha

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post #1600 of 2401 Old 07-12-2013, 06:56 PM Thread Starter
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Looks good flareless!!! Join me on the dark side haha
I wish I could be we have strict tire coverage laws in wa!

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I wish I could be we have strict tire coverage laws in wa!

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But it's a station wagon! ;-)
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But it's a station wagon! ;-)
Best, funniest legal loophole ever Haha!

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Best, funniest legal loophole ever Haha!

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Haha that's what they're considered here also and no fender coverage for SUVs either. Lifted Trucks have to have mud flaps that's really it.

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Mine is registered as a truck, I did this since trucks have higher bumper height laws than passenger rigs! Wa has lots of stupid laws.......

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post #1605 of 2401 Old 07-14-2013, 02:10 PM
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How are the road manners with your rear spool and your 37's or i guess how do you like it on the road? I was looking into a selectable for the 8.8 but crawled your thread and saw your setup, and liked it.
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