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16×8 Steel Wheels +25mm Offset

After rolling around on the stock wheel, which I love and are strong as shit, I decided I wanted more offset to to combat the body roll at 3.5″ without running sway bars. On a side note I don’t run a front crossmember either, for the front propshaft clearance. As you may or may not

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Mechanical Oil Pressure Gauge (Rev. 1 and 2)

One of the most important steps in diagnosing The Dreaded “Tapping” Noise is establishing whether or not the oil pump is going. In doing so, we need to measure the “power” of the pump at some certain RPM’s as indicated in that post. There have been many oil pressure gauge installations as seen in the links to

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Stainless Steel Brake Lines

After installing my extended travel shocks, write-up to follow, I realized that at maximum flex my current brake lines were taught. Not wanting to really test whether or not they would be okay, I decided to pony up and purchase the 4 piece Goodridge Stainless Steel Brake Lines for the Land Rover Discovery 2 +4in.

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Flood Fighting

On September 12th 2013, the state know for the most days of sunshine nationwide, became dreary. The sun clouded over, and the rain started to fall. As nice as it was to begin, it got worse. More and more rain, harder and harder. My first thought after living in colorado for 22 whole years, was

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Montezuma 2013

One of the most amazing places to view the 14′ers in the area, the Montezuma Trail System boasts quite a few trails, river crossings, and lots high altitude fun. My first trip out led us to the Saints John (yes, Saints plural) Tail. This drive is fairly mild, however low range is recommended as the

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TreadWright Guard Dog Review

To begin, these are some of the best tires you can find for the money. Lots of Colorado Rover owners run them, most of which will never buy another tire. This is my TreadWright Guard Dog Review. They offer some new bead-to-bead tires that I have yet to try, but they look sweet! I have

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Old Man Emu Nitrocharger Sport Shocks Extended Travel

At some point or another everyone needs a shock refresh. For me 70K miles was about right. Although the original owner never did any offroading, but rather ran the truck as grocery getter, the shocks were dead as doornails when I removed them from the truck. I opted to go for the new OME Nitrocharger

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