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    Got a link to those lights? I need some LED ones for the back yard, and they look awesome.
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    That's why I just say I have a 4" dick and lift weights to make up for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LilDrunkenSmurf View Post
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    Got a link to those lights? I need some LED ones for the back yard, and they look awesome.
    Can confirm the Amazon filament ones suck as I have it in my patio. All died now.
    Doing It For the 'Gram

    I ain't worried 'bout it right now..

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    I have and have given away these as gifts and have had nothing but compliments on them. Bonus is that they're capable of running off of a battery bank or USB plug in the case that you put the panel in a low-light area.
    https://www.amazon.ca/Outdoor-Lights...7KC95D9X&psc=1

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    Quote Originally Posted by R-Audi View Post
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    Definintely time to get rid of the 265s!
    I'm thinking next tires to go to 285 now! I think there's enough clearance, but I might need 1" trimmed off the front fender forward.

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    Awesome editing
    Thank you! Stoked on how the Tofino one turned out especially!


    Quote Originally Posted by LilDrunkenSmurf View Post
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    Got a link to those lights? I need some LED ones for the back yard, and they look awesome.
    These are the exact exact ones, price gone up a little, but they're stronger/ don't break as easily as the filament. Bonus, they draw 1w of power, and the other ones drew 100w. (We use portable power-pack to run and it could go forever because they draw so little.)
    https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B07...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

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    I have and have given away these as gifts and have had nothing but compliments on them. Bonus is that they're capable of running off of a battery bank or USB plug in the case that you put the panel in a low-light area.
    https://www.amazon.ca/Outdoor-Lights...7KC95D9X&psc=1
    These ones look really good, I have a similar one setup on my patio and works really good.

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    Truck looks awesome! Setup looks awesome! Great videos.

    How quick can you break down camp in the event you want to drive into town?
    That's the only downside I can see to these bed mounted tents...

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    Quote Originally Posted by vengie View Post
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    Truck looks awesome! Setup looks awesome! Great videos.

    How quick can you break down camp in the event you want to drive into town?
    That's the only downside I can see to these bed mounted tents...
    That is truly, the worst downside IMO haha, if there was ever an emergency and we had to hit the road ASAP. If we're taking our time it's usually about 10 minutes to pack up, or maybe 15 to 20 minutes if I'm moving slow. I've always thought to myself though if the situation was super urgent I wouldn't spend time putting it all back together perfectly and I'd just do a super fast FLIP and GO.

    Update! Winter is finally upon us here. First time out wheeling in the snow for this season was a blast, a few icy sections left me wanting and wishing I had better performing tires. Ideally I'd like to upgrade to some 285's very soon, and I'm considering the Yokohama Geolander AT's. The Grabber's still did pretty awesome though all things considered.

    DSC01287 by Spencer, on Flickr

    DSC01377 by Spencer, on Flickr

    A short video from the day w/ some nice Drone shots! (Mavic Mini, flown legally within Public Land use areas)


    DSC01393 by Spencer, on Flickr

    DSC01386 by Spencer, on Flickr

    I also made a video just before the snow hit out in the trails comparison the differences between my lighting setup. It shows some GoPro footage of the SS3's on (Fogs), and the SS3 (Ditch), the 30" Light Bar, and the Morimoto XB (Headlights). I cycle thru the different combinations if you'd like to check out a comparison:


    DSC01118 by Spencer, on Flickr

    DSC01133 by Spencer, on Flickr

    DSC01225 by Spencer, on Flickr

    SSC2 Ditch Lights ( Chase / Rear ) w/ Amber Lens:

    DSC01063 by Spencer, on Flickr

    DSC01079 by Spencer, on Flickr

    A few more photos that I liked (some from end of Summer couple months back):

    DSC00716 by Spencer, on Flickr

    DSC00737 by Spencer, on Flickr

    DSC00307 by Spencer, on Flickr

    DSC00338 by Spencer, on Flickr

    DSC00271 by Spencer, on Flickr

    and one from our last camping trip we had:
    DSC00085 by Spencer, on Flickr

    ~ Cheers guys (and thanks for checking out my thread!)
    Spencer
    Last edited by Kijho; 12-09-2021 at 04:49 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KRyn View Post
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    A wider tire and slightly different compound isn't going to provide much additional traction on hard packed snow and ice. If you plan to do lots of winter wheeling and need the extra load capacity that an AT tire provides perhaps you should consider a dedicated set of studded AT tires.
    I've thought of that too a really good idea

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