Thread bump. Anyone else see this video comparing blocks and rings? It seems more rigorously done than the one posted earlier in the thread (this one) and would seem to refute the idea that there’s a meaningful difference between efficiency and friction when comparing blocks and rings.
My wife recently bought a 1938 Singer 201-2 from a friend of hers, and I spent some time over the holiday break rewiring it and cleaning and fixing it up for her. Now I want to learn how to use it... it's built like a beautiful little tank. Hoping to find some good ideas in this thread.
Almost always have a bucket on board. Super handy. I prefer the square cat litter ones as well.
Here's my minimal tool kit:
All the pictured hand tools, except for the breaker bar, fit in the small canvas bag. Yes, they're inexpensive tools, many from HF, but they've worked fine for my needs.
I also carry tire repair and recovery gear, and some small mission critical sensors and...
I just drilled a few holes in the ARB brackets and bolt them straight to unistrut. You may be able to do something similar to any square profile crossbar.
Huge thread on this subject, maybe there’s something in there that’d work for you.
I’m a fan of strut channel crossbars myself, you can bolt most anything to that stuff.
I may be mistaken, but I doubt you use that as a camping table. Based on your link I think you're just posting for SEO purposes.
But please share some photos of it in use as a camping table. I'd love to see this 50 pound bulky table with tiny caster wheels meant for smooth surfaces used for...
No AWD, it’s selectable 4WD with a transfer case and available elocker rear. The rear axle is basically a Dana 44 and the front is IFS.
I didn’t realize this was the specific domestic full-size sub forum, thought it was more general. My bad. I am curious to know if a mismatched spare would...
There was a thread on an Xterra forum where this was discussed. One guy tried running pairs of differently sized tires on the front and rear axles. The computers didn't like it much, it threw CEL's and it went into limp mode...
Location: SLC, Utah. Not interested in shipping at this time, would prefer a local buyer. Asking SOLD.
We purchased a canoe and my wife prefers it, so we are selling our Advanced Elements 15 ft inflatable kayak.
It is in good, 100% working condition as it has been lightly used...
I’m a fan of these. Once you figure out how many psi you drop per minute it’s pretty repeatable in my experience. You could use this to quickly bring it down into your <60 range.