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post #31 of 72 Old 09-07-2012, 07:56 AM
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Ask and you shall receive! The first pic is from the top of Little Annie Road, Aspen, CO and the second two are from Fireman's Hill just outside of Boulder, CO.

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post #32 of 72 Old 09-08-2012, 05:30 AM
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Who said IFS can't flex?

The rest of the pics from last weekend are here...
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That video is awesome! That water was deeper than I was expecting
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Ask and you shall receive! The first pic is from the top of Little Annie Road, Aspen, CO and the second two are from Fireman's Hill just outside of Boulder, CO.
Very cool - full size pic of your avatar is awesome! Nice photos!

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post #36 of 72 Old 09-09-2012, 02:30 PM
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I'm in dire need of an OME Soon enough I suppose. Here's some pics from my rainy weekend up at the cabin.





Mainsail: how do you like the Oznium lights?

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Mainsail: how do you like the Oznium lights?
What?

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Those lights on your matrix looked identical to the ones at oznium is a huge distributor for, assumed that's where they came from.

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Those lights on your matrix looked identical to the ones at oznium is a huge distributor for, assumed that's where they came from.
Oh! I never heard that name before. I got them here.

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Oh! I never heard that name before. I got them here.

http://www.oznium.com/35w-hid-work-light definitely the same, so how do you like them? I was debating about the small ones for reverse mounted roof rack lights.

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http://www.oznium.com/35w-hid-work-light definitely the same, so how do you like them? I was debating about the small ones for reverse mounted roof rack lights.
They've been great so far- no problems and very bright. The reflector on my 4" light is different than the one on the Ozniun site. Mine have a floodlight pattern where the Ozniun ones look like they're smooth for more of a spot beam.


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Very cool! There's a guy on the XJ sub-forums from AK that has posted some great pics from there too. Makes this flatlander jealous.

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Yeah that was the first time I had it off road.
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