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    What was done to your rig this week?

    Quote Originally Posted by MTG View Post
    Growing tired of hearing my loose wrenches rattle in my tool box on runs, and more importantly going to my tool chest at home and not finding the right size wrench when I needed it, I decided to buy a specific wrench set for my jeep. 👍

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    A good deal at $28. Thanks to LoPo for the tip!
    That's a great idea and a great deal! Where can I buy that?

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    What was done to your rig this week?

    Installed my Airaid intake today. What a difference! Tackling my Dynomax exhaust on Saturday.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MTG View Post
    Growing tired of hearing my loose wrenches rattle in my tool box on runs, and more importantly going to my tool chest at home and not finding the right size wrench when I needed it, I decided to buy a specific wrench set for my jeep. 

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    A good deal at $28. Thanks to LoPo for the tip!
    I was eyeing that when we were doing your bumper. I need to get one.
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    Nothing was done to my rig, it's still at home and dirty from King of the Hammers. But the "training fleet of toys" got abused this week at work
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    What was done to your rig this week?

    Quote Originally Posted by GCM 2 View Post
    Nothing was done to my rig, it's still at home and dirty from King of the Hammers. But the "training fleet of toys" got abused this week at work
    Are those diesel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hawgincognito View Post

    Are those diesel?
    Nope, we run only gas bikes, atv's and side by sides utv's

    Diesel is ok, but smelling a coal burner on the trail and track all day is nauseating!
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    Re: What was done to your rig this week?

    Quote Originally Posted by GCM 2 View Post
    Nothing was done to my rig, it's still at home and dirty from King of the Hammers. But the "training fleet of toys" got abused this week at work
    Sorry honey I have to work a little late tonight.:thumbup: we have to finish up some paper work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tackerdown View Post

    Sorry honey I have to work a little late tonight.:thumbup: we have to finish up some paper work.

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    That's an easy one for me! I'm in Virginia and the wife is back home in AZ
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    artec truss and gusset in the mail. was hoping to put it on this weekend but KOH screwed that up. now im waiting till monday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GCM 2 View Post
    Nothing was done to my rig, it's still at home and dirty from King of the Hammers. But the "training fleet of toys" got abused this week at work
    Badass.

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