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  1. Ace Brown

    My Journey

    Jerry you asked me to post my summit photo. Took me ten hours round trip. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Ace Brown

    12v Fridges going "Mainstream?"

    I have an Engel that’s run flawlessly for the 11 years I’ve had it and many years for the previous owner too. I’m guessing it’s been chugging away for 15+ years by now. The only reason the first owner sold it was because it wouldn’t fit his wife’s wine bottles. Before he put it in their Jeep it...
  3. Ace Brown

    My Journey

    Hope it’s a short hiatus. We will miss you and Tanner. Ace Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Ace Brown

    2020 SR5 4Runner 4x4

    You will probably miss the V-8. I’m driving a 15 Trail Edition. Stock I liked the power. But after a lift, 33s, bumpers, skids, plates, roof rack, etc, it could use more power. The RTT in the photo is only on when traveling. Wish I could afford a turbo. But I did install a Pedal Commander which...
  5. Ace Brown

    My Journey

    Not sure what you mean by “stealth camping”, but what we out west call boondock camping is legal in most national forests. The USFS calls it dispersed camping and they provide free maps that show areas where it’s permitted. With a rig your size the best way to do this would be to unhook the Jeep...
  6. Ace Brown

    My Journey

    Jerry looking at your climbing photos I wonder what was the highest peak you summited? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Ace Brown

    Lets talk shovels

    It should be fairly flat. Minimal angle between blade and handle to help get under the rig JIC. Some carry a hoe to pull sand out from under. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Ace Brown

    My Journey

    Jerry we put the climb off from my birthday due to heavy smoke. Then we were going to climb on September 8, which coincidentally was the birthday for our trip leader. But they predicted record cold and possibly heavy snow in the Rockies. So now we are hoping to climb on the 14th. I could go...
  9. Ace Brown

    My Journey

    I agree. I’ve never owned one (or any British car) but the reliability factor is not high. My casual observation of what people really trust all over the Globe is the Toyota Land Cruiser. The 80 series is probably the top dog as it was the last to utilize a solid front axle. Keep it simple...
  10. Ace Brown

    Keeping critters from eating your wires?

    Mouse Blocker. It really works and it’s there always. The drain on my battery is so tiny I never shut it off. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Ace Brown

    Keeping critters from eating your wires?

    I heard this is true in Japanese vehicles. Or might have been just Toyota. My last two Toyota’s had lots of trouble before I got the Mouse Blocker. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Ace Brown

    2020 ROF RimRocker Colorado/Moab Moto + Jeeps Misadventure 2.0

    We did some of the added stuff after you left. It was just typical desert roads. There was some steep sections in the Book Cliffs, so other than sandy roads nothing that would cause you trouble. The highlite of the Dubinky Well section was seeing a baby antelope close to the road. He pranced...
  13. Ace Brown

    Rimrocker and Kokopellis Trails June 2020

    Paul, as I said on your trip report it was pretty cool having two wheels along to recon for us. Your welcome to join us any old time. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Ace Brown

    2020 ROF RimRocker Colorado/Moab Moto + Jeeps Misadventure 2.0

    Let’s do it again. Any old time. Seriously! It was cool having two wheels along to scout ahead for us. But next time let me carry your axe. Ace Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. Ace Brown

    2020 ROF RimRocker Colorado/Moab Moto + Jeeps Misadventure 2.0

    Some comments and a question. The last camp together was Rustlers Campground. Before that we explored Gemini Bridges. I’m slightly offended by the frequent Jeep label. We had two Jeeps, one Toyota and a Ford. [emoji6] The question: what is an LNT fire? Enjoying your solo report. I’m really...
  16. Ace Brown

    My Journey

    The last set of photos you posted were excellent and interesting. In the last one you took from the ponds it looks like old snow in the high peaks. Is it? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  17. Ace Brown

    2020 ROF RimRocker Colorado/Moab Moto + Jeeps Misadventure 2.0

    Good to know your above ground. Also I was enjoying your report and wanted to see “the rest of the story”. You know a guy could get a heart attack lifting that KLR. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  18. Ace Brown

    2020 ROF RimRocker Colorado/Moab Moto + Jeeps Misadventure 2.0

    I think he is just busy. He and his wife own Adventure Tool Company which takes up a lot of their time. I’ll PM him. Ace Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  19. Ace Brown

    My Journey

    It IS a book. Jerry’s Book. He keeps saying nobody would read it. I disagree. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  20. Ace Brown

    My Journey

    That last sounds like a line from Forest Gump. “So that’s what we did. We just kept right on walking.” Not an exact quote but close. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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