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      Hornd replied to the thread Tailgate Damper.
      5 Mins & $35 - Ordered mine today but on Backorder. **Have ordered from Solve Function in past and he's Great! https://forum.ih8mud.com/threads/what-did-you-do-with-your-80-this-weekend.586191/post-14664988...
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      Hornd reacted to FJ40 MNTCRZR's post in the thread Beginner gear necessities advice with Like Like.
      Just get some basic stuff. A tow strap, high lift Jack, shovel and a few D ring shackles etc …. Mainly stuff to pull you out if you were to get stuck or help another person. The pic you posted is at a beach, maybe some Air down/up things too…...
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      Fellow Cruiserhead got 2 for him and got me 2 as well. I have 4 of the Scepters from Costco that are Red and about same size. Use them constantly. Never an Issue if you use a 5/8" Shaker Siphon you can fill Quick and without Spill. I always...
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      Hornd reacted to fjbj40's post in the thread Under hood tool box/? with Like Like.
      Finished and installed. Very solid and rigid. Now onto the lid🍻
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      Hornd reacted to fjbj40's post in the thread Under hood tool box/? with Like Like.
      Prototype #1 It can be a tool box/whatever, with a waterproof latching lid . Or I suppose one could leave the lid off and use as a second battery box? A group 27 will fit with ease. 15.5x9”x8”d .050 5056 or maybe sheet fibreglass 🤷‍♂️
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      Hornd reacted to fjbj40's post in the thread Under hood tool box/? with Like Like.
      Step 1
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      Hornd replied to the thread Rock sliders.
      https://trail-gear.com/weld-on-rock-sliders.html
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      Hornd reacted to bryson's post in the thread Dome light operation with Like Like.
      I HATE Scotch-Locks too... but they would work. Not that these t-taps are much better, but they at least give the option to disconnect without disassembly.
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      Hornd reacted to landcrshr's post in the thread Dome light operation with Like Like.
      I hate these, but a Scotch-Lock could make that about a 5 min. job. :meh:
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      Did mine a while back when both high pressure and low lines started leaking, so far zero complains...
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      Hornd reacted to jpoole's post in the thread Spare fuel bladders in the doors? with Like Like.
      @nukegoat I think you are on to something and imagine that what you are really after is the damping effect that the bladders would have on resonant frequencies that are harmful to head gaskets. I can say that this fuel-bladder-in-doors mod would...
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      Hornd reacted to surfpig's post in the thread Spare fuel bladders in the doors? with Like Like.
      However, equal consideration has to be given for how they are going to affect the acoustics of the sound system.
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      Hornd replied to the thread Spare fuel bladders in the doors?.
      Rotax on Roof?
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      Hornd replied to the thread Spare fuel bladders in the doors?.
      If your serious about extra fuel get tire carrier (hitch $125 or Bumper $1000+) and tuck 2 scepters in spare tire spot way up where they don’t get touched. I have this in process. Extra 12 gallons and you can do a water scepter or diesel or etc...
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      Hornd replied to the thread Spare fuel bladders in the doors?.
      I always wear a Rubber (it’s the Truck) Helmet and Nomex suit with Satelite transponder on my Neck.
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      Hornd reacted to surfpig's post in the thread Spare fuel bladders in the doors? with Like Like.
      This thread is where a flame suit would come in really handy.
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      Hornd reacted to Jason hansen's post in the thread Spare fuel bladders in the doors? with Like Like.
      Being drenched with gasoline in a rollover or side impact does not concern you?
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      Hornd reacted to Josey1972's post in the thread What is a good outdoor watch? with Like Like.
      You and I gravitate the same direction. The perfect watch is a combination of accuracy, toughness and good pricing. I’m 4 months or so into the ownership of A Marathon GSAR. Its accurate. The movement is known to be tough. Price on sale from...
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      Hornd reacted to bigredmachine's post in the thread What is a good outdoor watch? with Like Like.
      i have a luminox recon point man and really like it, the first night that i wore it in the dark i was impressed with how bright the dial is. it took me longer than i care to admit to before i realized where the light was coming from. i got it off...
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      Hornd reacted to Outsane's post in the thread Converting Factory fridge to 12V with Love Love.
      Delta makes a mount https://www.deltavs.com/all-products/fj80-fzj80-lx450-mccs-modular-center-console-system
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      Hornd replied to the thread What is a good outdoor watch?.
      I try to Mix it Up. The only one "Valuable" is the Hamilton LL Bean. I refuse to buy a Watch without Numbers (Seiko taught me that) as they are Harder to Read at a Glance. Would like a Luminox or Marathon someday, but I'm Content. Ebay is a...
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      Hornd reacted to coleAK's post in the thread What is a good outdoor watch? with Like Like.
      I bought mine on sale for $900 when I was 18 years old, my dad said I was crazy but I think I could sell it for at least $5k today. Wore it daily for ~25 years. On its 3rd sapphire, 2nd bezel, and 2nd bracelet. Just in the last 5 or so years...
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      Hornd replied to the thread What is a good outdoor watch?.
      And in Some places it can cost your Life - be careful out there.
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      Hornd reacted to swhme's post in the thread What is a good outdoor watch? with Haha Haha.
      Rolex Submariner. Nearly bulletproof, timeless, and, in a pinch, it can be sold nearly anywhere in the world for enough money to get home.
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      Hornd reacted to NQCruiser's post in the thread What is a good outdoor watch? with Like Like.
      Casio G-Shock, nothing too fancy, but this one is going on 10 years old, only on the second battery from new and it has taken a beating. Welding spatter, hydraulic oil, mud, sand, paint, cows***, you name it, its worn it at some point. Still my...
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