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Back roads open?

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Tinted rear soft top for TJ, I think.

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Updated 1 year 2 months ago by aaol1

Actual club!

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Updated 1 year 4 months ago by Webgpn

Recent Comments

Stupid spell check.....

7 months 3 weeks ago in Smittybuilt winches

B&M you nailed it. Seems the more we use this stuff it doesn't have a chance to corrode or seize. Launching also has it right when it comes to preventative maintenance. After over 3 years of service it's time for a tear down and clean and service. Thanks folks.

7 months 3 weeks ago in Smittybuilt winches

I know this is an old post but want to put in my 2 cents. My M38's and M38A1's all had military tires which I loved the toughness of. My first set of tires for my long wheelbase Samurai was a bias ply tube type Jeep Service Tire from Bridgestone. Except for the noise it was an awesome tire. If I ever get another flat fender that's what I'll run.

7 months 4 weeks ago in tires whats all the fuss?

All though I'm a Warn guy, finances put me into a Costco Champion 10,000 pounder. Going on year 4 of use and abuse and still pulling strong.

7 months 4 weeks ago in Smittybuilt winches

Hi. I am an inspector and I can sum it up pretty easy. Ugly isn't illegal. It can look very rough. But as long as all the common sense items are in great shape all is good in the world. I once passed the worst looking Toyota truck and it passed, by the book, despite the holes here and there and tons of surface rust. Even the cop who wrote him a notice and order dropped by my shop to complain. All I said was " I don't tell you how to do your job, don't tell me how to do mine" I was backed up by the local CVSE inspector.

8 months 1 week ago in Info/Advice on Inspections and ICBC