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Episode 109 – Diesel F-150, Dakar, Chevy Colorado Aftermarket

Posted by on January 6, 2016

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In the garage

  • Dan – new tires on the Jeep. Yukon needs a throttle body and a bunch of other stuff. Shot a caribou. Northern Light viewing.
  • Rich – Salt removal and chain maintenance.

Fridge Freeze

 

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In the news:

 

 

 

Offroad APPtitude:

 

 

 

Offroading 101:  tow points. What they are and what they are not.

 

Outdoor Edibles:  cooking fuel. All compressed gases cool as they are used. In cold climates this can cause fuel nozzles to freeze and your burner will go out. Lines will also freeze. An alternative is to use natural material for an actual camp fire cooking, charcoal, or a non compressed gas like a dual fuel stove or white gas.

 

Gear Review:  Princeton Tec headlamp. http://amzn.to/1RqV1TW 

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