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Phoenix last won the day on August 14

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  • Birthday March 13

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    Pissing off the small minded
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    Black JKU Rubicon

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  1. CONTEST - Help Design RT3's Shirt

    Can we just give Tom the tshirt and add idea man to his account?
  2. Snorkel?

    Most people on here have a snorkel, and I can honestly say that I haven't done a water crossing that needed one in at least 3 years. They look cool, but there are a bunch of other things I'd spend my money on first.
  3. Cheap Mods

    Best mod for the money is LED headlights. You get to use them every time you drive the Jeep after dark, and the stock one's suck
  4. The Base Camp

    I kept feeding him. He's taller than I am, and will be learning cabinetry for the next 2 years at Thaddeus Stevens in Lancaster.
  5. The Base Camp

    I'm dropping off my navigator at college.
  6. Purple Lizard is a map company. They do detailed maps for those that travel a little off the beaten path
  7. @bump @nascar How I'm planning on getting to the site using a purple lizard map. References to East, West, North, and South are based on the compass, not what PennDot may have assigned to the Route. Get off PA 80 at exit 185 Head South on 477, Turn R West on 880 to Intersection with 192 /445 Turn R West onto 192 /445 Turn L South onto 445 Turn L East onto 45 Turn R South onto Woodward Gap Road (first road after Pine Creek Rd) Follow Woodward Gap Road South / South East to Paddy Mtn Road (May also be called Rupp Hollow Rd) Turn Right onto Paddy Mtn Road Take first Left onto Cherry Run Road Take Right fork off of Cherry Run Road and onto Old Mingle Road Continue past Lick Hollow road on right and campsites 25 and 26 to campsite 32 on the left.
  8. After completing the Remote and Wilderness First Aid Course I looked around for a decent FAK (First Aid Kit). I ended up putting together a number of items, some packaged up, molle that I already had, added a ton of gauze and clotter for @Nascar This product seems very complete, although I would always add more gauze pads and wrap. One of the things to think about when buying one of these kits is that stuff you don't know how to use, you don't need. Anyone that does know how to use the more advanced stuff should have their kit on hand. That being said, like a fire extinguisher, every Jeep should have one.
  9. What did you do to your Jeep today?

    How many miles do you have on those mats? Mine look like new after 50K
  10. Those are nice First Aid Kits.
  11. What did you do to your Jeep today?

    I have the second ones as well, am bedlined, no rugs, and don't really notice the heat from the floor. They are stiff enough so you can remove them and all the "debris" doesn't fall off. I load up one of them when "cleaning" the jeep and then take it to the trashcan. Easy peazy
  12. The Base Camp

    Seat covers look nice. Congrats on the one on the way. Imagine I added something inappropriate about having sex with your wife, still on the first cup of coffee and it isn't coming to me right now.