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Discussion in 'FJ Cruiser' started by AGreekBoy, Jul 2, 2009.
We saw one deer, a couple big squirrels and some kind of prairie dog skittered across the trail.
Last week on Chicken Corners in Moab.
From vacation yesterweek up at Mount Rainier National Park, the White River Campground.
its color time in Colorado
So many goodies. Looking great!
Ship Rock, NM
Monument Valley, UT
how do you like the prinsu roof rack? any better pictures of it? how long did it take for you do get it? im looking to do a very simular set up with my RTT
i jsut realized you have a ton of pictures with it on, is there any reason not to put the RTT farther back all the way? i was hoping for more room to pack another 100lbs up front lol
That is some rich irony. And so on a lighter note, my latest FJ pic.
I borrowed the tent and awning setup from a friend. The awning brackets were mounted to the RTT channel, so I had to mount the tent in a way that mostly centered the awning. I made some small adjustments to the awning after it was all mounted. We had no intentions of storing any other gear on the roof, so the RTT landed where it landed out of convenience.
Thanks... she has grown up a bit
I picked her up today.
Saw this FJ in Sakhalinsk, Russia last week. Saw a bunch of different color FJ's too, like a light purple, not brick. and a different red, not radiant red.Most were in Japan but I saw 3 in Russia. I was only in Sakhalinsk and Korsakov, for a day and only had my camera handy this one time.
2016 FJ Cruiser with Nitto TG2 stock size, ATRAC switch added, TRD skid plates, Bilstein 5100 with front at 0.85 lift, aFe dry filter and Borla twin tip exhaust, H4 LED bulb for headlight, PIAA LP570 and Toyota bumper wing fog with LED
Some pictures from FJ Summit 2017
Here is what I added today. Metal Tech lower rear links. I am also thinking about the bushwhacker fender flare option too for the near future. Anyone got a pattern for the snorkel cut-out to loan?
@firensteel be prepared to service those joints with every oil change. I learned the hard way that you can't simply just torque the jam nuts as needed. The proper method is to back the jam nut off a thread or two, making sure the nut hasn't frozen to the joint's threads. Then retorque it back against the steel tube.
Otherwise the threads in the joint will eventually wallow out the threads inside the steel tube and !FUN! stuff happens.