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Old 03-03-2013, 09:16 AM   #2071
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Maybe now that your working your wife will miss you and not be so mad at you all the time.

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Old 03-03-2013, 09:29 AM   #2072
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Does pismo beach get overly packed?
During the summer months it gets pretty busy. Holiday weekends are a nightmare. When it starts getting hot over in the Valley everyone comes here for the cooler weather. Some days there will be lines of toy haulers and trucks pulling trailers of ATV's going down Grand Ave.
It's the downside of living here, but its how most businesses survive downtown.
Now and fall are the best times, while school is still in.

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Old 03-03-2013, 09:32 AM   #2073
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I would love to do a Pismo weekend. They have camping or motels right at the beach entrance. If it was an off peak weekend it wouldn't be too expensive.
Mid week there are great deals. Us I can get a locals only deal some places too.
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I think a mid week retired folk run would be really cool.
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Old 03-03-2013, 10:57 AM   #2075
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Time to go pick up the grand kids and head to church. Then we are going out for lunch. Always love taking the kids out for lunch they are so animated and fun. Much nicer now than when they were babies.
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I think a mid week retired folk run would be really cool.
When you do plan it, be sure to let me know I will look into the deals and arrangements for you. We need to be sure and exchange info at Calico
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Old 03-03-2013, 07:42 PM   #2077
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Will do Lisa. Looking forward to meeting you and Mike.
Heres a short vid of Dave and I at hungry valley.. I didn't air down so I'm at 30 psi. Still made everything I tried, it just made things harder.
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Old 03-03-2013, 08:19 PM   #2078
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Old 03-03-2013, 08:27 PM   #2079
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Old 03-03-2013, 08:34 PM   #2080
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Thats pretty cool Todd. Did you design it?
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Old 03-03-2013, 09:03 PM   #2081
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Will do Lisa. Looking forward to meeting you and Mike.
Heres a short vid of Dave and I at hungry valley.. I didn't air down so I'm at 30 psi. Still made everything I tried, it just made things harder.
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I've seen that sticker and like it, I've only seen it online though.
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Fixed it Lisa.
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Thats pretty cool Todd. Did you design it?
No I stole it from Facebook ,oops I mean borrowed it .
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Fixed it Lisa.
That looks like fun
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That what I was saying this morning! Lol
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That what I was saying this morning! Lol
Anybody have input on rancho diff covers? Pros and cons ????
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Anybody have input on rancho diff covers? Pros and cons ????
For the money, I'd rather Use Poison Spyders or Riddler at $120, and $107, respectively. Rancho, like Solids, can have clearance problems with the tie rod
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Old 03-03-2013, 10:59 PM   #2088
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Nope but I just bought a set of Solid axle ones for 65 each. Solid thick nodular iron. Having Stan put them on tomorrow. Big sale at solid.
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Stan are the soilds a problem on the JK's too.
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Stan are the soilds a problem on the JK's too.
They can be, depends on the tie rod. Currie Currectlyncs don't clear
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Old 03-03-2013, 11:04 PM   #2091
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Ahhh no wonder they are pushing them. They came out on the bottom of the JP test.
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On the bottom of the JP test?
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Ahhh no wonder they are pushing them. They came out on the bottom of the JP test.
Have a look at Barnett diff covers, double think at the action half and plenty of clearance for Currie correct link...
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Old 03-03-2013, 11:52 PM   #2094
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Her ya go. Don't think I would ever shoot my diff. Any of the covers are most likely stronger than a d30/35/44 housing is anyway.
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Ahh. Thanks for the article Gunner. For the money, the solid cover does its job just fine. A few of my buddies run them on their front 60's and they have survived just fine. For the amount of offroading i do, mine will last me a while. Hope yours fits without a problem.


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For the money, I'd rather Use Poison Spyders or Riddler at $120, and $107, respectively. Rancho, like Solids, can have clearance problems with the tie rod
Thanks for the feedback I'm glad I asked !! Do u know if my rancho front diff slider will work with poison spider diff cover or do I even need to worry about it since I got the rancho slider on front and aev on the rear ??
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I would ask Stan to be sure. But Dave is getting the AEV and Riddler this week at Stans.
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I have the Warn sliders front and rear and I peeled a rear cover last week.
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I would ask Stan to be sure. But Dave is getting the AEV and Riddler this week at Stans.
Only thing about the aev on the rear is it doesn't cover the seam where the diff cover goes on and I still slid on the diff ???but I guess it'll work .

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