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Nice upgrade Ryan...  ;)   Looks good...

 

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Had a great time this weekend with some of the crew on the Asbestos Mine trail! No clearance issues with the recent mods - so that's a bonus.

 

 

On the way home I stopped for a few photos at the end of 288 and 188. Probably one of the prettiest drives in all of Arizona.

 

The bridge on 288 over the Salt River:

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Roosevelt Bridge on 188 - probably the most aesthetically-pleasing bridges I've ever seen. The afternoon/early evening light is always perfect from this vantage point as it moves through the canyon and shines on the bridge.

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A favorite from our recent visit to Crapshoot over in Table Mesa.

 

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58,400 miles. Changed the oil, filter and air filters. Typically bouncing back and forth between 0w20 Pennzoil Platinum synthetic or Mobil1's Extended Performance synthetic. This time the Mobil1 was on sale $5 bucks cheaper!

 

I also have a long-standing issue in finding the appropriate air filters physically in the stores around here. They have never had what I need on the shelf in the 5 years I've owned this Jeep. I normally end up ordering some MOPAR filters on Amazon or Quadratec, whichever is cheaper. 

 

This time, I had the presence of mind to ask the O'Reilly's dude what was up with that..... THEY KEEP THEM BEHIND THE COUNTER🤬 These filters must be made of gold or they're walking off of the shelves. 

 

 

I also worked on a small project adding a jack mount for my hi-lift which has the benefit of adding some additional storage options to the rear of the Jeep.

 

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Throwback shot from 📸 @SonoranWanderer from when we ran Ruby Wash in the Wickenburg Mountains about a year ago.

 

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Wrapped up a pair of storage-related projects today. Super productive weekend for sure!

 

First up, I finished construction on my new rear storage system with fridge slide and drawer. Pretty stoked that it all works and that the fridge and squeak by under the rear soft top panel without needing to unbutton it every time.

 

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Second is a new overhead "attic" for the rear seat of the Jeep to toss up some smaller, soft items.

 

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Great design and execution.  A lot of thought went into your build.
I really like the drawer front.

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Very nice!! I guess I should have paid attention in shop class myself!! 🤣

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35 minutes ago, shellback91 said:

Very nice!! I guess I should have paid attention in shop class myself!! 🤣


I’m a graduate of the YouTube New Yankee This Old House Villa Shoppe University of Cabinetry. 😁

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