How'd the roof make out?That new LED I put up front didn't like getting used as a fairlead. When I had to go over the roof to winch off the tree behind me it took all of the stress when the tin can bumper bar started to bend. Stripped the threads out but looks like I'll be able to salvage it with some longer bolts. It was perfect out on the trails so even if I can't salvage it I'd get another.
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Roof still looks new, that plastic is amazing. I can also attest to the amsteel blue rope and my cheap HF Badlands winch. It's not the fastest but I ran that damn thing off and on for almost 4 hours and it got me out of some nasty stuff!How'd the roof make out?
Btw the short bus is looking good
Fantastic!Want to thank all the guys that put together the part numbers and how-to's for the trail-side tierod repair (@lee , @JACKAL , and others I'm forgetting I'm sure) . We were able to get him back up and running in about 45 minutes from start to finish with neither of us having ever changed one. Happened right after we got off Dragon's Back.
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Here's a quick picture that Jackal posted a year or so ago that has all the part numbers for those following along at home:
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The greaser is great. I like having fresh grease in my bearings. I get mud and water out every time. Doesn't make bearings indestructible but it keeps grease in them.You will have to let us know how it works. I have been thinking about getting one
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