it was actually snowing earlier today and all of the roads were muddy. but the sun did eventually come outThis was a couple months ago :
Arizona Hunters Seeing Good-Sized Quail Coveys
A bit of 'off roading' is always a welcome backup . Seems you had good weather for either 'sport' .
i bought them from rustys offroad. and they were expensive, always remember to not surf the interwebs when drunk :cheers2::nono:^square tube with plate? Looks good.
Got the fill plug from BTF that 4wd forgot to send with my cover. Only took one day, awesome customer service for both of them.
Also got the 30 back apart.30 on 30 action :teehee: Just have to pull everything else out of the housing and pray like hell the old shims come out right.
i had bushwhacker flat style and these opened up the front about 2.5 inches more than the bushwhackers did, and the backs about 1.75 more :thumbsup:X2 i dont think i ever saw those before. I like the rear ones especially.
i have a neighbor who owns just about one of everyting it seems, so i went down there and asked himif he had one, and he did. worked like a charmuse a rubber eraser wheel.
every time, lolhad 0 temp issues. Only time I have had temp issues is climbing really long steep grades (like 3-6 miles of 6%+ grades) going between phx and payson.
you're from az, are you familiar with the 87, going between phx and payson. There are 3 or 4 really steep hills, and a 6 mile stretch just outside of payson, and while I never got into the red, it did get to that last white line before the red... a little too close for my comfort. and that was just me and some camping gear, enough for 2 nights. Coming back down from that area, 0 issues and never got close to getting that hot. (with my wife kids and about 3x as much stuff.)