Recent content by Bobfab

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    '11 Suzuki SX4 AWD

    cool to see folks still modifying and enjoying the SX4, it has been about 5 years since i had mine, but it was a fun car. Damn fuel tank was too small!!
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    1st Gen Xterra Suspension Lift - Recommendations wanted

    Thanks for the headsup, i am not too familiar with the xterra generations, but i believe his is a first gen.
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    1st Gen Xterra Suspension Lift - Recommendations wanted

    Hey guys, Not a regular in this forum, but i knew it is probably the best audience on the web for this question. I have a buddy that has a first gen Xterra which has worn out its springs and shocks (and probably a couple bushings too). I am pretty competent mechanic and think that this vehicle...
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    Honda pilot

    I am running the Truxx Lift and burtman skidplates (front and rear). Its approaching 90k miles and still hasnt skipped a beat. I needed new brake pads, a new SRS reel, and new tires. This time i got general grabbers AT2's, they are much quieter than the treadwrights.
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    Suzuki Owners; Let's see your ExPo Trucks

    ^^ awesome!! At a glance i thought maybe you bought my old SX4!
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    Honda pilot

    i am the owner of a ridgeline, and i too with respectfully disagree with some that have posted and echo what stoic said. It is no rockcrawler or quite as capable as many of the rigs on this forum. The AWD system works really well when driven as such. However that said i have been in some sketchy...
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    Me and the Moonlander!

    Just read through the whole thread. Love it & the bike. You are making me miss SD alot!
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    The CrowsWing - Offroad Teardrop Trailer

    Great build, im watching also! All this quality woodworking reminds me of the New Yankee workshop!
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    MINI Cute-Ute: The Countryman

    I see a ton of these cars in and around the denver area. I think of this this thread and have "saw it here first" sentiments. Cool little cars!
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    Petrolburner's '03 Tundra patient one-step-at-time-takes-a-long-time build

    Hey a cheap solution that i have found with tying dirt bikes in the back is a piece of unistrut with pipe supports to act as chocks for the wheels. Total cost of the DIY "Bedbuddy" ~10$.
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    new CRF250L enduro from Honda

    Fingers crossed it comes to America!
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    M109A3 - Making it my new BOV/ Expedition

    I am captivated by these military RV-rebuild threads. Keep it coming!!
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    CUCV M-1009 Baja Chase/ pit support and Camping Project.

    Any links to build thread or features. Looks awesome!! :Wow1:
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    VW People....Check in!!!!

    Love the Baja, I am seriously considering picking one up to build as an all-arounder rig! I am very tempted by the low entry cost and parts availability; but having restored a KG in a previous life i know it adds up quickly! Got a build thread or spec sheet?