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Old 04-15-2017, 12:02 PM   #21
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Old 04-16-2017, 09:50 PM   #24
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I literally only have driveway shots of my current 4runner... so here's my favorite photo of my old one Browns Camp, on Can Opener before it was rebuilt.


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^ I think I remember that trip, good times.

I know it may not qualify as "wheeling" but heres my flatbed up in the Willamette National Forest last hunting season

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Mark Twain National Forrest outside of Pineville Missouri. My son's first time 4 wheeling. Cant see him due to the reflection of the glass but he is grinning ear to ear. Just behind the curve is a steep hill that has a big drop off. Nerve wracking for me but a great time for him. 85 Extra Cab.

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On the lift at work, after I welded the rear bumper on myself.



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Old 04-21-2017, 09:43 AM   #28
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Allright, Im game for this game Here is my 82 truck. This was taken in the Rowher Flats OHV area in Santa Clarita CA, with my dirtbike in the backHere it is next to my buddies FJ on the way back from mudding at the same place, also with dirt bikes in the back
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Here is Blue, my progress in work, my "gem" that supposedly just needed an engine... Here it is in the Arizona desert on it's first trip prospecting... Everything went well and the grandsons loved the four wheeling part of the trip! Yea, I forgot to take a picture of us in the river bed...

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Here's my 98 4Runner at Pickett State Forest- my favorite place to wheel!

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A few pics from our random Utah trip a few weeks ago
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Itīs not a Toyota, but is my Pajero on the way to the gerat outdoors near the Pantanal in Brazil
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I've been living out of this rig in the Chihuahuan Desert of southern New Mexico while working my way through grad school in biology. With 388,000 miles, it's starting to show its age so I'm starting what will be a lengthy rebuilding project. Just had the transmission rebuilt and clutch replaced. About to redo the front end with a new steering rack, lower ball joints, and Icon uniball upper control arms and extended travel shocks, as well as a long-overdue diff drop kit. A dual-battery setup with isolator and solar charger will get installed after the front end is done. I have a replacement engine with just 100k miles waiting on a stand for when the current one wears out, but I figure the current one still has one or two more timing belt changes to go. Looking into custom bumpers, sliders, and skid plates as well. The Flip Pac camper has been great, but if money allows I'll eventually replace it with a Tacoma Habitat from AT Overland Equipment. I took this picture while taking a break from my research at a camp/mobile office in the Organ Mountains Desert Peaks National Monument.

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Just some little park. Hey...I live in Illinois. :/

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