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    ARB trail repair?

    What should one carry on the trail when running ARB lockers? ie: extra solenoids and tubing?
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    tubing splice. Easy way to fix a cut tube it it happens.

    I also carry solenoid and tubing.

    Never had a need for any of it as yet, but one never knows...

    Getting parts where I am is not easy. Can take a week...
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    ARB trail repair?

    Overland journal?



    How's the weather? I'm come down next week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTG View Post
    Overland journal?



    How's the weather? I'm come down next week.
    yeah..yeah, weathers awsome and we are going to install your roof top tent to go along with your snorkel.

    You driving the jeep down?
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    ARB trail repair?

    Quote Originally Posted by FoxC View Post
    yeah..yeah, weathers awsome and we are going to install your roof top tent to go along with your snorkel.

    You driving the jeep down?
    I wish, just coming down for the day.

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