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It's been way too quiet up here. Yesterday, 5 of us did a light wheelin day at Tahuya.









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What kind of snorkel kit is the black JK with the led light bars and km2s running?
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What kind of snorkel kit is the black JK with the led light bars and km2s running?
Custom made by owner of this badass rig, GKR.
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What about the bumper on the front of the black JK with the weird tail lights?

And any more info on that snorkel?? That looks like some nice work.

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I definitely like the style of the cap on the snorkel. Nice sleek and hidden. Lots of nice JKs there.
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The composition of the shots going up that rock field hill is outstanding. Really gives the feel of elevation. Looks like that run was a blast!

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The composition of the shots going up that rock field hill is outstanding. Really gives the feel of elevation. Looks like that run was a blast!
It was a good day. I am surprised at the quality of photos the point and shoot takes.
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What about the bumper on the front of the black JK with the weird tail lights?

And any more info on that snorkel?? That looks like some nice work.
I don't know all of the details of GKR's fab work. If he wants it he builds it. Drop him a PM. He's got skills. LOL
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Great pics, nice work Fred. Wish I could have beren there.
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Get that Jeep healthy again and we'll head back out there.
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Is that a custom "made" bumper? Looks like a Fab four but I didnt think they made mid widths...
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I believe he did some work on the bumper. He is not on the forum that often. I will see what I can find out.
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Nice pics, man! I'm definitley jealous of your wheels. Have any issues with them leaking down on -road?

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Nice pics, man! I'm definitley jealous of your wheels. Have any issues with them leaking down on -road?
Thanks. Zero issues with air loss. Love these rims.
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Wow looks like a great day!

Fred, are those Shrockworks sliders on your jeep?? A bunch of killer rigs out for that one!
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Wow looks like a great day!

Fred, are those Shrockworks sliders on your jeep?? A bunch of killer rigs out for that one!
Yes, Schrockworks rails. On the heavy side but beefy as hell; the trade off. They take a beating.
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Yes, Schrockworks rails. On the heavy side but beefy as hell; the trade off. They take a beating.
I must've missed that in the pics. GOt those on my wife's 2010 Xterra Off-Road. Had the same set installed previously on her '08. She decided she wanted a 2010, so we took the sliders and rear bumper & tire carrier off the '08 and slapped the factory stuff back on. Now it all resides on the 2010. Lift and tires coming shortly!

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Looks like a fun ride and those are some beautiful mountains...

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