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Hello All,

I've seen this thread on other forums, looks like fun...I'll get it started.

I drove my rig to work (first time I've had it out in a few weeks).  Took it in for a wash..

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Nice job, I am interested.

Today, on short notice, we went to MET to play in the white stuff.

Steve Hope

Looking good!

Im so sad that i havent gotten to touch let alone play with my FJC in over a month and a half :( ill be home soon and for good this time.

Relocated Cobra 75 connector from bin in center console to inside center console. (Cable just sneaks out bottom of center console now.) In its place, I expanded the hole to 13/32" and put in a (2nd) 12v outlet, bringing my total outlet count to 5 - 3 12vs up front and 2 110v in back.

Also been busy "hamming it up" having installed my ham radio a couple weeks ago. #buhdumpdumpch

Changed my sparkplugs mobetter now

What kind of plugs did you go with?  I am tossing around the idea of going back to E-3's

ngk iridium same as ive ran in the past havent let me down yet
Today, well technically yesterday now, I added some sweet norcal fj decals to my rig. I also gave it a much deserved wash.
Just got home from running the Mohave road, starting at the Colorado river, finishing near Barstow. Got her all washed up today...
More pics along the Mohave Road
Lots of this type of terrain
Kelso Dunes, a great hike.




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