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post #5011 of 6522 Old 04-08-2013, 08:29 AM
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Well, I just haven't been able to find the time to get over to the Jeep and set up the gears.....too much work + moving into a new place + the Jeep and tools being in a different location. I'm going to be in San Diego for the next 5 days so the axle is going to a trusted buddy for the job while I'm gone. I should be able to have the axle slung back under the Jeep next week.



Speaking of San Diego, does anyone have any recommendations on food and sites that I just can't miss?

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Have fun man Sd is awesome! Check out the gas lamp district is near the Padres baseball stadium and has all sorts of great bars and restaurants

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I love San Diego.

I'd say go check out Miller's Field on Pacific Beach. Drink beers out mason jars, good food, plus not sure if they still do it, but they got turtle racing on one of the nights.

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My sister and cousin live down there, Pacific Beach is killer with lots of cool bars and chicas on the beach, this time of year might be crowded with college kids. Downtown SD is great, blues clubs and tons of good food, weekends the streets are usually crowded with people till the wee hours of the morning...

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Well, I just haven't been able to find the time to get over to the Jeep and set up the gears.....too much work + moving into a new place + the Jeep and tools being in a different location. I'm going to be in San Diego for the next 5 days so the axle is going to a trusted buddy for the job while I'm gone. I should be able to have the axle slung back under the Jeep next week.



Speaking of San Diego, does anyone have any recommendations on food and sites that I just can't miss?
In n out isn't bad. And definitely stop at Chronic Tacos if you see one. I always stop at one when I manage to go to California.

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One of the best threads I've read in a long time. Sit down in a nice comfy chair with your bev of choice and enjoy: http://www.bcsportbikes.com/forum/sh...s-I-don-t-even.....

The OP's commentary is beyond excellent, as well.
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Never had chronic tacos...I always hit in n out when I'm in Cali or Arizona. Its one of those places that's delicious when you can't have it, but nothing crazy special when youre around it all the time
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Never had chronic tacos...I always hit in n out when I'm in Cali or Arizona. Its one of those places that's delicious when you can't have it, but nothing crazy special when youre around it all the time
Exactly. It's good to me since I don't live there and only visit from time to time. Chronic tacos on the other hand I could probably eat for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

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Petes meats in little Italy! Delicious lil hole in the wall place

Bronx pizza is an excellent place as well!

My family's two favorite spots when we go back down there

I grew up in San Diego county

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I love San Diego.

I'd say go check out Miller's Field on Pacific Beach. Drink beers out mason jars, good food, plus not sure if they still do it, but they got turtle racing on one of the nights.
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My sister and cousin live down there, Pacific Beach is killer with lots of cool bars and chicas on the beach, this time of year might be crowded with college kids. Downtown SD is great, blues clubs and tons of good food, weekends the streets are usually crowded with people till the wee hours of the morning...
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In n out isn't bad. And definitely stop at Chronic Tacos if you see one. I always stop at one when I manage to go to California.
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Never had chronic tacos...I always hit in n out when I'm in Cali or Arizona. Its one of those places that's delicious when you can't have it, but nothing crazy special when youre around it all the time
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Exactly. It's good to me since I don't live there and only visit from time to time. Chronic tacos on the other hand I could probably eat for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
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Petes meats in little Italy! Delicious lil hole in the wall place

Bronx pizza is an excellent place as well!

My family's two favorite spots when we go back down there

I grew up in San Diego county

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WTH is this "build" thread about?
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post #5024 of 6522 Old 04-17-2013, 04:02 PM
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Thats what I was wondering also, good thing we are not talking about axle info that for sure would have been X out.

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Thats what I was wondering also, good thing we are not talking about axle info that for sure would have been X out.

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