What have you done to your 100 Series this week? (41 Viewers)

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Put this Blue Ridge Overland Gear seat panel on a while ago and finally took some pictures. Their car seats have cup holders but its never enough and they're kinda in the way. we use the named pouches for toys and fun stuff for the car (usually kid binoculars, compass, and that kind of stuff) and snacks in the clear pouch. Helps keep them independent and occupied during the many hours we spend on the road or trails. You can fit quite a lot in these, plus its a local company!
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Put this Blue Ridge Overland Gear seat panel on a while ago and finally took some pictures. Their car seats have cup holders but its never enough and they're kinda in the way. we use the named pouches for toys and fun stuff for the car (usually kid binoculars, compass, and that kind of stuff) and snacks in the clear pouch. Helps keep them independent and occupied during the many hours we spend on the road or trails. You can fit quite a lot in these, plus its a local company!
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Info on your local company please
 
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Put this Blue Ridge Overland Gear seat panel on a while ago and finally took some pictures. Their car seats have cup holders but its never enough and they're kinda in the way. we use the named pouches for toys and fun stuff for the car (usually kid binoculars, compass, and that kind of stuff) and snacks in the clear pouch. Helps keep them independent and occupied during the many hours we spend on the road or trails. You can fit quite a lot in these, plus its a local company!
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that’s cool! Looking into that!
 
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No pics but............

Send reservoir Icons in for service and upgrade to CDC valve
Remove and replace bushes for Metal Tech rear links. Tip: Get a really good pair of snap ring pliers for the Johnny Joint
 
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Swapped my dying alternator out for a remanufactured 130 amp Denso unit on my ‘06. Changed the belt too with a Bando 6PK2240. It was a PITA to get it out through the top but I managed to do. Undid the mounting bolts for the power steering pump but did not have to detach the hard line or pulley.
 

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