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Rakkasan3187

Active member
Hot damn, Rakkasan - that is an awesome setup.

That looks like one of the no-drill Rhino Rack setups. How do you like it? How stable/reliable is it off-road, and what kind of load is it good for? Considering doing something similar on my truck, which is pretty similar to yours in terms of equipment.
Thank you sir. Unfortunately this Rhino Rack system I did have a track system drilled into the roof of the cab. I have not had any issues with it and it is extremely sturdy for what its worth.
 

Regcabguy

Expedition Leader

REDROVER

Explorer
I really like the simplicity and the stability of the humvee/H1,
and once your master the BTM lockers, it’s amazing.

Stand on the hood
Stand on the roof
Stand on the back fenders
It’s not a fragile vehicle,
If I try that on my 2018 Tacoma it will bend like Budweiser can.
 

wnckeith

New member
520111
Here is my 2015 Chevrolet Silverado LT 4x4. This truck does a great job of exploring the back roads and transporting mountain bikes around Western North Carolina. It is equipped with the tried and true 5.3 V8 (that actually gets better gas mileage than my old Tacoma). 285 BFG KO All Terrain Tires, Method Race Wheels, ARE Camper shell. Truck currently has a leveling kit and I've removed factory running boards and front air dam to gain some more ground clearance. Look forward to a few more mods in the future!
 

Regcabguy

Expedition Leader
View attachment 520111
Here is my 2015 Chevrolet Silverado LT 4x4. This truck does a great job of exploring the back roads and transporting mountain bikes around Western North Carolina. It is equipped with the tried and true 5.3 V8 (that actually gets better gas mileage than my old Tacoma). 285 BFG KO All Terrain Tires, Method Race Wheels, ARE Camper shell. Truck currently has a leveling kit and I've removed factory running boards and front air dam to gain some more ground clearance. Look forward to a few more mods in the future!
Clean macheen. Well balanced rig.
 
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