FFFFR (Friday Flat Fender Fun Run)

Spring is in the air and one staple of spring is Moab Easter Jeep Safari.  For me this event is like going to a candy shop.  Jeeps, Jeeps, Jeeps everywhere you look there are Jeeps, buggies and other built up trail rigs.  This year I brought my 1947 Willys down so I could par take […]

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The Mint 400

When we were given the opportunity to go to Las Vegas for the legendary Mint 400 and help out in the pits for our buddy racing the Trophy Truck category it was a no brainer.  I quickly booked plane tickets and lodging, 8K was going to Vegas. We arrived for the tech inspection and quickly […]

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One Ton Grand Cherokee

When I was 19 I went to a great event in Washington New Hampshire called Spring Fling.  This was an event held on private land that had some great trails and every kind of rig there from full on buggies with portal axles to little Suzuki Samurai’s on 33 inch tires.  At that time I […]

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Vais Technology Bluetooth Module

Recently I was lucky enough to find a good deal on a second hand 2008 Lexus LX570. However I recently got the awesome new Apple Iphone 7 that the forgot to make with a headphone jack, so I was hoping that the new wheels would have Bluetooth audio. To my dismay it only had hands-free […]

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Express Creek to Taylor Pass 11/13/16

With the latest Indian summer I can remember since I moved to Colorado the mountains were calling this weekend.  We set out around noon Sunday with a crew of 4 of us.  The plan was to just take Express creek up to Taylor pass then evaluate from there. Headed up express creek there were only […]

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Lindsay’s Profile

My love for cars, specifically 4×4’s stated at a young age. I grew up on a cattle & sheep station in the outback of Australia. The car I learnt to drive was a Suzuki Stockman, basically a Samurai with a pickup bed on the back when I was 6 years old. It was then that […]

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Jesse Bouchard

I have loved the outdoors my entire life.  Growing up between New Hampshire and Upstate New York I was fortunate enough to have a plethora of trails literally out my back door.  I spent my youth outside mountain biking, hiking, skiing and exploring.  Some of my earliest memories of wheeling are headed out late night […]

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