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    Builds Another LS swap? Really???

    I love my certiflat table. I will have a much bigger one when i get into a new place with room. When it comes to layout and weld tables, i have never thought “you know there is just too much room here” i am not sure what to do with the 1FZ that will come out. It is in amazing shape with...
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    To swap or not to swap

    Funny you say that...........
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    To swap or not to swap

    To have a shop do it with crate motor and new xmsn you are looking in the 20s at least. I did mine for about 10k in parts plus a huge number of weekends. I really enjoy garage time so it was fun for me, but it was a massive undertaking.
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    To swap or not to swap

    No such thing as a cheap swap, but things worth doing are not cheap. No regrets on my swap from the 1FZ-FE to the 6 liter L96 and 6L80. If you love your 80 and want to keep it, it is fantastic. If you just want more power easy, look for a good 100 series or a GX.
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    Events/Trails Tucson Monthly Meeting

    I'm game. Freddy's Frozen Custard seems to be easy. Any one care to weigh in?
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    Builds Another LS swap? Really???

    Yep! I also looked for houses over by you, but didn’t find any that checked the boxes. I need to get out of a neighborhood with HOA and no room for a shop.
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    Builds Another LS swap? Really???

    Well done, my excellent friends.
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    Builds Another LS swap? Really???

    While I have lacked the motivation as of late to get the last 5% of the LS build complete, I did go on a vehicle buying spree for a bit. I picked up the donor Ram 2500 shown above, and the 1996 80 series shown here. Meet Rufus. Rufus came from San Dimas, CA (name the reference if you get it)...
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    Rear Bumper Options

    Pics of my custom Avid Offroad bumper.
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    Rear Bumper Options

    Brandon has seen some crazy growth in the past few years. Avid Offroad is worth the wait.
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    Toyota shop for 200 suspension work

    I'll vouch for Scotty and Brandon.
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    Crashpad Group Buy

    Ross, in my experience, if its just you or you are going to use it with a cot, the single is super roomy. If you are on the ground and have two people, the double is the ticket. Keep n mind that the biggest down side to a swag is the size when packed, and a double takes up a lot of room.
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    Crashpad Group Buy

    I have that same design sold under the Outback Swag name. The top entry is great on the ground, but if you use a cot/stretcher, the side entry is king. Swag with an Exped and a cot is the best nights sleep i get away from home.
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    Crashpad Group Buy

    Hello all, I recently purchased a Crashpad Single Swag and have been pretty impressed with the service I got from the company. Swags are a new thing to most of the U.S., but I can tell you they are great. Once you get past packed size of them, they are an all-in-one bedding option. Throw it...
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