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Shrockworks Rear Bumper Install – Part 2

Shrockworks Rear Bumper Install – Part 2

Having left off in the previous post about not installing the bumper, the bumper is now finally installed! The issue with the holes not having a way for the bolts to attach to anyway was resolved by dropping the bolts from inside the frame into the bumper, then reaching in through the frame with a

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Shrockworks Rear Bumper Install – Part 1

Shrockworks Rear Bumper Install – Part 1

About four months ago, I took the plunge to buy a Shrockworks rear bumper. I originally wasn’t excited about waiting that long, however, life changed and I bought a house, hence why there haven’t been any posts for awhile, or any traveling for that matter. Once all of the life changes were in full swing,

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Moki Doorsteps!

Moki Doorsteps!

WOW! I couldn’t believe my eyes. My family and I decided to binge watch Shark Tank because we were feeling restless and weird, not knowing how what to do. Shark Tank to the rescue! Very first pitch came on and as soon as I saw the Moki Doorstep, I instantly knew I could be buying

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What is Overlanding?

What is Overlanding?

Depending upon the company you are in, this could turn into a serious, heated debate! Personally, overlanding involves many different components and there are core, base components without variance. Ferenc from OverlandSite reached out to me to provide the most comprehensive discussion I have ever seen on this term. Click the link above, curl...

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Almost Snowed In

Almost Snowed In

We had planned a 3-day trip to Tahoe to sled / ski / snowboard with a family we are close to. Driving up on a Friday, roads were clear and conditions we fine. Once we were close to a condo we have rented before, there was a lot of snow everywhere, except the roads, which

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