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Elkpakr

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  1. Forty plus miles round trip through the Bradshaw Mountians to Isaac Bradshaw's grave.

    Mostly easy with a few moderate stretches.

    Meet up in the Cowboy Cooking cafe parking lot on the east end of Wickenburg to leave at 8:30 AM

    We'll go out Constellation Road and Buckhorn Road, then by trail to the grave site.

    We can then decide whether to go on to Copperopolis and out Castle Creek or return to Constellation Road by a different trail.

    If we go out Castle Creek we will connect with Buckhorn Road and then can return to Constellation Road, or go out Castle Hot Springs Road to either Lake Pleasant or Morristown.

    All the usual food and vehicle requirements

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  2. On 3/30/2020 at 10:00 PM, ob1jeeper said:

    So does the whole she-bang slide out on a the same tray the fridge is mounted to?     Looks like an  interesting solution...   ;)

    Yes, I also built a dog house for the fridge so it can slide out if stuff is stored on top of it.

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  3. On 4/22/2018 at 12:23 PM, Elkpakr said:

    After a month or so's work, here is what we did:

    Front axle: truss, C gussets, sleeves, chromoly shafts, high steer knuckles, rotors, calipers, Warn lock out hubs.

    Cross over steering with hiem jointed drag link, tie rod, & track bar.

    Adjustable lower front control arms.

    Rear axle: Eaton E-locker (original stock locker was shedding teeth), chromoly shafts, rotors, calipers.

    17" wheels and tires.

    Whew! Now it gets to set until we get back next fall to test it out.

    Well, gave it a good test last year, transfer case ate a bearing that ate the case so now it has an Atlas transfer case and Tom Woods drive shafts.

     

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    New camp kitchen box for the Jeep.  The camp stove fits in the bottom.  I used sealed containers to help keep out the ever present dust.  The refrigerator fits in front of the box on the slide out tray.
     
     
     

  5. Curious to see how things work for you. I have the same rig, still mostly stock.

    Currently, I am waiting on Savvy under armor, which is back-ordered. Can't wait to rid myself of the factory shovel!

     

    So far, so good. No wobble at any speed over bumps on the highway with NO stabilizer. I think highsteer and getting rid of the unit bearings are the best mods . If I had it to do over I think I would just buy a Dynatrac or G2 front axle instead of modifying the stock. I need to replace the beat up skid plate so let me know how the Savvy works out.

    Peace & Grace

    Dick


  6. After a month or so's work, here is what we did:

    Front axle: truss, C gussets, sleeves, chromoly shafts, high steer knuckles, rotors, calipers, Warn lock out hubs.

    Cross over steering with hiem jointed drag link, tie rod, & track bar.

    Adjustable lower front control arms.

    Rear axle: Eaton E-locker (original stock locker was shedding teeth), chromoly shafts, rotors, calipers.

    17" wheels and tires.

    Whew! Now it gets to set until we get back next fall to test it out.

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