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  • Better Bump Stops That Aren’t Metal
    Properly set up bump stops can be the difference between a smooth or terrible off-road ride. Basic factory bump stops work great for a factory ride reducing noise and harshness. Those factory bump stops aren’t up to the task of cushioning hard hits off-road.
  • Replace Your Worn Out Seats – Corbeau Baja RS
    After decades of use the seats in my TJ are a little worn out. A couple hours of driving leave me feeling like I tried to break a wild stallion. Albeit a very slow wild stallion. It was definitely time for some new and preferably more comfortable seats.
  • Skillet Apples – Campfire Recipes
    Baseball, apple pie, and the American flag are some of my favorite things. When you go camping it’s hard to bring an apple pie. A great way to get that warm apple pie flavor is to cook some apples in a skillet to create the pie filling that’s oh so tasty.
  • The Evolution of Alec’s TJ: Part 2
    If you have a modified vehicle, you will inevitably be asked what you’ve done to it. For some this can be an exhaustive list depending on just how far into the details you are willing to go.
  • Tool Organization: Toolbox Widget Review
    I think everyone enjoys having an organized wrench drawer, but it is not always easy to achieve. For a long time, I struggled to find a wrench holder that could accommodate all my mismatched wrench sets and work well with my drawer dimensions. That changed when I came across ToolBox Widget Inc, they offer a […]
  • Campfire Recipes – Hobo Pies
    I love hobo pies. What is a hobo pie you ask? It’s a simple item using the basic ingredients of any good meal. Two slices of white bread, and the toppings filling of your choice.

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