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    Greg replied to the thread Rare Rigs.
    "On Dec 14th 2009, a Troller made the news when it cleared São Paulo's flooded city streets during a live broadcast."
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    Greg liked Gallowbraid's post in the thread Rare Rigs.
    Ford Troller. Unobtanium in the US, fully available in Brazil. 3.2l inline 5 cylinder tubo-diesel producing 350lb ft of torque at...
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    Greg liked Gallowbraid's post in the thread Rare Rigs.
    Mitsubishi Delica L300. Drive one of these and pretend you're playing Moon Patrol in real life. Built in fridge, seats that fold...
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    Greg liked Code Red's post in the thread FUEL CANS.
    The tiny bladder has stopped me from buying a Taco more than once. Get it done. It's so worth it. And the sooner you do it, the...
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    Greg replied to the thread FUEL CANS.
    LRA makes a 33 gal tank for the double cab tacoma. People have retrofitted it into the access cab. That's been on my mind for a while...
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    I'm guessing you are not planning to remove the bumper from your vehicle to weld on it? If you are going to weld while it's bolted on...
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    My newest acquisition along side I think my first. 450 double wall stackable, next to a well used 450 double wall with handles. The new...
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    Part of the problem with modern vehicles is the pedestrian crash mitigation and the Lexus serves it up by having a large snout. This in...
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    In 2015 I embarked on my first long-distance overland adventure dubbed "The No Highways Tour." Went from the Easternmost Point of the...
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    There is no right and wrong way... there is only your way... (I should insert "grasshopper" at this point). Here is our take on it. We...
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    THIS! I remember growing up in NH when we got big snowstorms and couldn’t drive to church kneeling in front of the coffee table and...
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    Greg replied to the thread Wheel and tire fitment.
    The "C" in "215R15C" stands for a commercial tire. I think the conversion to the tread width/sidewall ratio equivalent is 215/80R15.
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    Greg liked Dave's post in the thread Wheel and tire fitment.
    15 is your wheel size. Any 215R15 should work.
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    My local paper devoted a page to some of these suggestions. I decided to steal them, and add a few more I was aware of or could find...
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    Greg replied to the thread A Better Way to Leave No Trace.
    Last US Bag is taking pre-orders for a charcoal gray version...
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