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Mike last won the day on August 12

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About Mike

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  • Birthday 12/01/1980

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    Runnemede, NJ
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    2013 JKU Rubicon

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  1. The Base Camp

    I'm pretty sure @99sport4.0 is/was a dealer. If not, I can see if I can open and account to sell through this site.
  2. The Base Camp

    Path of Totality
  3. The Base Camp

    Jack's life for the next 2 years
  4. The Base Camp

    Wheren't you banned before the vote?
  5. Cheap Mods

    A good start would be some basic recovery gear. A tow strap and some shackles are always a good start. My stock answer on what mods is always it depends on what you plan on doing with the Jeep; trails, rocks, mud, beach, street, etc. If you aren't sure, drive it for a while, get to know the abilities, and then make it your own based on what you learn about your Jeep.
  6. Funny you say that. We just accepted a contract to do this. All lightning and fixures are being replaced. Unfortunately we had just retrofitted our bays to led, but everything else is getting done. They turned us down for HVAC though.
  7. The Beer Thread..

    Best beer from Flying Fish yet.
  8. The Base Camp

    Martin is selling him off to the Amish.
  9. TTT Looking to see a lot of my Disconnected family attend. Trying to mix my 2 worlds here to make some money for the Fire Company. We need to buy a new heater before the cold weather. Prizes are rolling in. https://www.facebook.com/events/465150230531552/?ti=cl
  10. Now available from Disconnected Offroad LLC, Snugpak outdoor equipment. I am slowly adding new products to the online store, so please contact me for pricing if you are interested in something not listed. I can get their full line of tents, tarps, sleeping bags, packs, and other gear.
  11. More or less the same. Some boat specific stuff. Pricing difference seems to be the case, and each category is bundled together in a Ziploc style pouch to keep from getting wet if you open the case to get something else out. Their site pricing seems to have gone up a bit, but I can work something out for you. [1] R.A.T.S. Tourniquet® | Rapid Application Tourniquet System® [1] Emergency Israeli Bandage | 4 in. | PerSys Medical® [1] Celox | 3 gram | Rapid Ribbon | Hemostatic Agent [1] Liquid Skin® | 0.5 gram [7] Fabric Bandage | 1 in. x 3 in. [2] Knuckle Bandage | 1.5 in. x 3 in. [2] Fingertip Bandage | 1.75 in. x 2 in. [4] Flexible Fabric Bandage | 2 in. x 4 in. [2] Sterile Gauze Pad | 2 in. x 2 in. [3] Secure Strips | 0.25 in. [1] CPR Shield [2] Burn Jel | 3.5 gram | WaterJel® [1] Burn Dressing | 4 in. x 4 in. | WaterJel® [1] Armor Gel | 1.5 oz [4] Sunscreen | 0.9 gram [2] BZK Wipes | Antiseptic [3] Medicaine® | Sting + Bite [4] Lip Guard | Chapstick | 0.9 gram [1] Elastic Bandage | 3 in. [1] Triangular Bandage | Woven [1] ActiSplint™ | Roll | 4 in. x 36 in. [1] Tylenol | 500 mg [1] Pepto Bismol® | Upset Stomach [2] Advil® | 200 mg | Pain + Fever + Inflammation [1] Benadryl® | Allergy | 25 mg x2 [1] Dramamine® | Motion Sickness [1] Bayer® Aspirin | 325 mg x2 [1] DayQuil® | Cold + Flu [1] Oral I.V.® [1] Paracord | 20 ft. [1] Lightstick | 12-Hour [1] Survival Rescue Blanket | 84 in. x 55 in. [1] EMT Shears | 7.25 in. [1] Cold Pack | 4 in x 5 in [1] Tweezers | Stainless + Non-Magnetic [2] Nitrile Gloves | Large | Latex Free [1] Case * Items may be substituted for an equal or better item without notice on occasion.
  12. The Base Camp

    Topless, Mid-Atlantic Overland, and 36 Hours of Uwharrie all going on this weekend and I'm stuck at home.
  13. The Base Camp

    It's only the big updates that effect the themes. We just went from v4.1 to v4.2 which had major functionality changes. V4.1 went up to v4.1.14 before they made the moved. We went from v3 to v4 just after this site started. (I imagine the UG is still on v3) I've used this software since v1 about 15 years ago. Currently using v4.2.2. Most early versions you had to actually edit code lines to make modifications, plugging in hex codes to change colors, etc. By v2 you had a built in installer for plugins and a theme installer, but you actually need to know the back end coding to make the themes and mods. Now with the current version, everything has been made to self-install, very novice user friendly. The only downfall is it takes a little longer for the editors to dig in to find what needs to change from version to version. And, with the decline of forums, there's not much push for new. The old themes will still work, but are a little buggy.