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jjrraass

New member
Hi Guys. This is the final video from our family overland trip to Utah from Illinois. I hope you enjoy the video.
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xlcaferacer

Adventurer
Here's the only two vehicles I have in my driveway. Both are my daily drivers and weekend explorers. The pickup gets the nod most of the time, especially for longer trips and harder trails. The landcruisr gets the nod for more leisurely backcountry camping/fly fishing trips. Both of them get me to work every day, explore known and unknown roads, are underpowered, not that comfortable, have no luxuries, and are super fun. Love my trucks!IMG_0214.JPGIMG_0195.JPGIMG_1704.JPGIMG_2921.JPG
 
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scosanf

Observer
I still have my Jeep, but it hasn't been out of the garage for over a year. I moved to something much more practical for overlanding, an '05 Tacoma TRD. Started off the first trip stock, and made improvements each trip until I got it set up perfect for our style of trip. All that is left now is a transfer case skid.01.jpg04.jpg05.jpg07.jpg011.jpg09.JPG012.jpg
 

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Derek24

Explorer
I still have my Jeep, but it hasn't been out of the garage for over a year. I moved to something much more practical for overlanding, an '05 Tacoma TRD. Started off the first trip stock, and made improvements each trip until I got it set up perfect for our style of trip. All that is left now is a transfer case skid.View attachment 474579View attachment 474580View attachment 474581View attachment 474582View attachment 474583View attachment 474584View attachment 474585
Looks good! What size tire are you running?
 
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