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Discussion in 'Vehicle EDC' started by whichway, Oct 15, 2012.
Dang I know what Santa needs to bring me!
http://www.weathertech.com/product-education-center/floorliner-digitalfit/ check these out. They look rad and really durable!
Nice find! I am going to order some of those floor mats for my Subaru
Saw this set up yesterday while riding around with 1willie4. Fell in love. I think the rims are Nameacer 164B 164 LT Mod Matte Black but not 100% positive. They made the jeep they were on look really tough.
Not sure why it put a smiley but the brand is Pacer.
Those look like American Racing's Mojaves. Good looking wheel.
If I can put a plug in for tires, I currently have over 80,000 rough miles on my Firestone Destination MTs, which is unheard of for an off-road tire. Check them out on Tire Rack or other tire websites. They remain at #1 or 2 in MT tires. The 2nd year I had them I got 3 slashes clear through the first layer of rubber while traversing BlackBear pass in Colorado, but since these are 3 ply tires (now available in 10 ply), there was no weakness and no issue with the first later being cut by shale. Other rigs that had stock tires ended up getting flats at 12,000 + feet on a mountain pass. Not fun. If you go with an AT tire, Bridgestone Duelers are the sh#& 8)
its a nice zombie defense green
One of the first things i added to my 2005 wrangler was a trailer hitch...
Most recent addition has been a sun shade...