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  1. morningscout

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    Pm me brother, I can hook you up☕️
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    New Guy Intro

    A few more.
  3. morningscout

    New Guy Intro

    It is, Honduras has a million problems but great off-roading isn’t one of them. Most of those places are within about 10 minutes of my house. There’s a ton of small paths that trucks can sort of make it through if you know what your doing and take some trail building gear with you. We opened up...
  4. morningscout

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    Here are some photos from a most recent trip I led with the LC Club. 13 cars on day one, 7 on day 2. This is in the mountains where I live. Between 6,000-8,000 ft elevation.
  5. morningscout

    New Guy Intro

    Yea there’s quite a few of those “bridges”. The collapse, then are rebuilt, last a few years and the circle continues. Honduras is quite corrupt so the money for infrastructure never gets to where it should. It does however make for some great off-roading though!
  6. morningscout

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    Haha I could probably make that happen. My wife and I have a 4 month old baby girl, she was born here in Honduras and we are headed to the states next week so everyone can meet the newest addition to the family.
  7. morningscout

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    A few things I forgot, dual battery setup, Blue Sea add a battery with Lifeline group 31 agm, front and rear fuse blocks with separate breakers. Also this truck has the K295 axles so LSD, which honestly has been awesome, much better than I thought it would be. I thought about adding lockers...
  8. morningscout

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    Hey everybody, Casey here. I’m a longtime mud stalker but a new member. I live in Honduras Central America, but hail from northeast USA. I work with an NGO mostly running medical clinics in super rural Honduran mountains, I also have a coffee side hustle. I drive a 1996 FZJ80 that has a...
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