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    MSA 4x4 Fridge Slides - Adventure Imports

    We've been running the DS50 in our shop 80 series in combination with the MSA drawer system. 12 inches of drop and near one handed operation.
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    MSA 4x4 Fridge Slides - Adventure Imports

    Here is a quick video from MSA showing the slide in action.
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    MSA 4x4 Fridge Slides - Adventure Imports

    I'm happy to announce that Adventure Imports (you know us from MAXTRAX) is now the exclusive importer for MSA 4x4 Products. The decision to import MSA came from years of watching the Australian market trends and a personal desire for us at ADV to have a better quality fridge slide option. These...
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    Call for vehicles for a national commercial.

    Call for vehicles- Hello, I am helping a friend procure vehicles for a commercial and yours is needed! One of the largest truck bed cover makers is filming on the western slope in the coming weeks. They are looking for late model vehicles for their shoots. Looking for a 2014 or newer Tundra...
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    For Sale Justdifferentials / Nitro Gear 99 Land Cruiser 100 Series, SC'd, 4.88, lockers, Icon, slee, BUILT

    Good luck with sale. Messaging you offline. I've seen this truck in action multiple times and it's the ideal configuration for any 100 series. Truly turn key.
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    For Sale 2002 Hundy at 105k miles w/ TRD charger and mostly built ( Houston)

    you have a PM with contact info in your inbox.
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    Cordless Trimmer ..

    Bumping a long dead thread. I am now in the market for a new trimmer. In a quest to transition to electric (I have solar on my home and overproduce by 10-15%) Stihl came up as an option. Does anyone have one of their edgers? FSA65/85? Looking for long term input. @D'Animal, what are your...
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    CRUISE MOAB 2015

    I thought I'd log in for just a moment. Looking forward to this event! @paflytyer and @bluecruiser are killing it at the Kokopelli. I decided to go look for them today.
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    Sad News

    Thoughts are with John and family. I loved having Michele along on our trips and meetings. here presence and attitude were infectious. The girls loved being entertained by her and it was always great to see them light up when she was around. Rest well Michele.
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    BCC Meeting November 3

    Ace, thanks for your continued efforts. I am happy to continue the secretary/treasurer responsibilities unless/until someone else feels compelled to. Bank account is active and funds are good. We are up-to-date with the SOS. (I can give a P/L report at the next club meeting.
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    Passing the Torch

    Hi All- Since joining BCC in 2011 I have met some of the greatest people in the valley and indeed, in the Toyota community. I have made many friends that would never have been possible without my involvement with the club. It's a great group of individuals and I sincerely hope that it will...
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    Trip Report - Fourth Annual 100s in the Hills

    Boom! This was truly a great year for the 100 series. I believe it was the first year that we as directors have really felt comfortable with planning and implementation. It was the first year we were able to attain a permit with the Forest Service! It was also the first year of real portapoties...
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    4th Annual 100s in the Hills - Ouray, Colorado: August 1-3

    Back in the office and recovering from what was not only an incredible 4 days in the mountains, but a journey of 8 months of planning, late night conference calls, near constant texting and a scuffle here and there. It all managed to come together at the last minute and went remarkably well...
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    FJ Summit 2014

    Bump!!! Getting really excited about this year's event. We have a great itinerary that will keep interest for just about every type of individual from 5 to 95. Hope to see more Mud members venture out in the future! Big thank to Woody for your continued support...and for enjoying the Summit as...
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