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    JK Junkie jadmt's Avatar
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    2016 JKR AEV 3.5, toyo 35/12.5-17 on aev saltas and also 285/75-17 Cooper ST Maxx on stock rims. losts of armor

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    Just picked up a Palomino PopUp and anxious to get out with my Jeep. Getting a 7 Pin wiring harness this week! I can tow it with truck for now.. but selling the truck soon and want jeep all setup.
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    Yankee Boy Basin, Colorado!
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    Montana on film, a few weeks back

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    Out in western Virginia, getting ready for the Appalachian Trail

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    2010 2dr with the usual goods

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    Couple days ago, Ekkert Campsite in The Maze District, Canyonlands National Park, UT. This is a long way from anywhere--about as far as you can be from civilization and still be in the lower 48 U.S. states. In the background is Candlestick. Those who have driven White Rim Trail in Canyonlands should be familiar with this magnificent butte--they literally drive around it. However, to get from this Moab favorite to Ekkert Butte on the other side of the Green River is a 200 mile, mostly off-road, two day drive. This is overlanding, not rock crawling. It is eschewing the tourist trip to Moab and experiencing the true wilderness of our magnificent planet. More to follow, soon.



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