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You could probably use the side step mounts for sliders on a 4th gen, as they bolt onto the frame. But my sidestep bolts were so rusted that I just chopped them off with a sawzall so the bolts are still stuck in there! haha
Nice! That’ll be plenty strong I imagine. I was looking at Coastal Offroad sliders, but they’re weld on. I did order a bumper and skid plates from them though! I’ll make sure I post pics once I get them installed.
Are those sliders only attached to the body? No frame welds or anything? And you confident that’s strong enough to save you from panel damage? They look cool as hell though, for sure.
I use Maps.me on my iPhone. It’s totally free, and pretty good for backroad maps, but not always accurate or up to date. But you can download the maps for offline use, so it does the trick!
I also have the Backroads mapbook, which is excellent, but it’s a book so the GPS signal is a little weak :)
Gaia is also a popular phone app, but I haven’t figured out how to use it properly yet.
Welcome! The one everyone will probably recommend first is Hill 60. Here’s the entrance to that area:
Beyond that, I’ll save you from my poor memory and recommend that you scroll through past forum posts. There’s a ton of recommendations, maps, etc. that others have posted, and they’re all more knowledgeable than me :-)
We also do group drives once in a while, so keep an eye on the forums for that, if you’re interested.
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