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Non-Automotive / 75QT Orca cooler
« Last post by Yetichaser on Yesterday at 07:52:14 AM »
Selling my portable fridge Orca Hard Sided Classic Cooler 75QT that I got brand new from https://www.recreationid.com/orca/orca-hard-sided-classic-cooler-1665172864.html just a couple of months ago, still got the box. The color is tan. It's a must-have for any off-road trip or camping. The condition is excellent, asking price $350 + shipping is on you. I am located in Brockport, leave a comment or send a PM here on the forums.
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Trip Reports / AOAA 6/21-6/22
« Last post by Jeff_G on June 24, 2019, 05:18:11 PM »
The trip started I imagine like most trips, with some last min wrenching. Dennis came over to Marks house where the 2 of them swapped Marks smaller tires on to the You Cant Loose with 42's rig to see how smaller tires fit into Dennis's awesome new trailer, The rest of us showed up after noon and our caravan hit the road in route to a great weekend of wheeling at AOAA. We got in a bit later than planned and camp was set up just before dark. Everyone NOT having a site in the Tent site area was lulled to sleep by the soothing sounds of a very loud generator a couple of sites away.  Saturday started with a great breakfast, registration, then we hit the trails with Mark leading the way. we hit a bunch of Blue trails and Jeff wimped out at the first hard obstacle and regretted taking the much to easy line, oh well maybe next time. We had lunch at the base of Renee's Hill which Mark was the only one to make it up, Keith gave it a great try making it about 3/4 the way up.  Mark then came down the red trail Zak's Bender, Dennis had tried to go up that trail earlier but wasn't able to make it up. Jeff made it up the hill first scouting it but I don't think walking up it counts. After lunch we took Boy Scout trail over to Barney Rubble where everyone had a blast and Dean showed just what his Ranger can do. We hit a few more trails ending with Twister (A new personal favorite of mine) Its a winding trail with enough obstacles to challenge Deans Ranger and giving Tom a whole lot of practice spotting. We made it back to the trailhead just a little bit late at 6:04 followed by a mouth watering dinner cooked by Keith.
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Want To Buy / TJ d30 4.10 ring and pinion
« Last post by Crusarius on June 24, 2019, 07:17:12 AM »
Anyone have a 4.10 R&P for a TJ dana 30? I am pretty sure mine is less than happy after the last AOAA trip.

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Upcoming Events / Re: AOAA 6/22,23
« Last post by Wingman on June 24, 2019, 06:42:16 AM »
Another trip in the books. No major issues. Trip report coming...
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Upcoming Events / Re: AOAA 6/22,23
« Last post by Crusarius on June 24, 2019, 06:41:23 AM »
Went wheeling :)
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Upcoming Events / Re: AOAA 6/22,23
« Last post by Wingman on June 20, 2019, 06:32:30 PM »
Let's go wheelin'!!!  8)
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Project Builds / Re: 1951 Dodge M37
« Last post by carchameleon on June 20, 2019, 02:50:32 PM »
awesome!
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Project Builds / Re: 1951 Dodge M37
« Last post by Wingman on June 15, 2019, 08:01:20 PM »
Fired and ran for the first time in 11 years. On to details to make it move: carb, battery, 12v alternator and starter, cooling...
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Introductions / Re: Hi Fingerlakes 4x4
« Last post by MrMindless on June 11, 2019, 01:11:26 PM »
Welcome to the site, hope you can make it to one of our meetings soon - see the front page of the site for info! There's also a group on Facebook with a bit (not a LOT) more activity if you want to check that out. I think these days we end up doing more in person than online
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Upcoming Events / Re: AOAA 6/22,23
« Last post by Crusarius on June 11, 2019, 10:59:46 AM »
ok, I have site 211. Now I guess I have to go. Hopefully the issues that appeared last night with my jeep are going to be fixed by then.
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