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.:-- 6th Annual KY/TN March 2018 Land Between the Lakes Meet--:.

Discussion in 'Tennessee' started by allmotorrex, Nov 27, 2017.

  1. Mar 9, 2018 at 6:14 PM
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    UNDEAD1153

    UNDEAD1153 Well-Known Member

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    They sell air mattresses for $30....
     
  2. Mar 9, 2018 at 6:41 PM
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    Kerleyfries

    Kerleyfries Idk what the hell I'm doing

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    Shut up Weston. You’re uninvited
     
  3. Mar 9, 2018 at 6:47 PM
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    UNDEAD1153

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    :pout:
     
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  4. Mar 9, 2018 at 6:50 PM
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    11TRDTX

    11TRDTX Pizza Planet delivery driver

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    Lift, 285's, mud, and scratches
    ^ ha. I'm so ready for the upcoming shenanigans.
     
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  5. Mar 9, 2018 at 6:54 PM
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    presta24

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    Scratches, dents, lots of squeaks.
    I wouldn't imagine we'll be cooking more than some pan fish. 1 gallon Max
     
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  6. Mar 9, 2018 at 6:57 PM
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    Robertocritser

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    Dirt king 3.5 LT kit with kings, 4 link rear with foa, 4.56 gears, Detroit and arb lockers, one piece drive shaft, armor, and some other things.
    I'm driving mine again. Missed it to much haha
     
  7. Mar 9, 2018 at 6:57 PM
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    presta24

    presta24 Well-Known Member

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    Scratches, dents, lots of squeaks.
    I have a queen size lightspeed that is awesome. Rolled up it's about the size of a small sleeping bag.
     
  8. Mar 9, 2018 at 7:02 PM
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    UNDEAD1153

    UNDEAD1153 Well-Known Member

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    Do you know if there is enough room for a truck and trailer at the camp site? I can drive my turd up there, but I'd be a lot more comfortable trailering it so I wouldn't worry about breaking and getting back home...you know how I drive haha. Plus, it'd be a lot easier to haul everything I need in the tow truck, and load the trail rig with firewood.
     
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  9. Mar 9, 2018 at 7:36 PM
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    rngr

    rngr Aix sponsa

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    Plenty of room
     
  10. Mar 9, 2018 at 7:38 PM
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    mosquitoTaco

    mosquitoTaco Has an attractive member

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    Bilstien 5100@ 0, OME 885(+10 mm drivers side spacer for taco lean, 5mm passenger), b110 rears w/ allpro standard leaf pack, wheelers ubolt flip, superbump bump stops, extended brake lines steal braided(front and rear), Dick Cepek extreme country 305/65/17 tires on FN six shooters=17x8, street tires are 285/75/16 duratrac w/FN countersteer type X= 16x8, a healthy cab mount chop, SPC LR UCA's, TC cam tab gussets, Wet okole seat covers, husky x-act fit floor liners, SOS aluminum front skid, SOS mid skid, SOS sliders (bolt on), ECGS bushing for needle bearing, uniden PRO520XL cb. BAMF tailgate antenna mount, 4' firestick, A.R.E. Z series camper top, Factory roof rack, Pioneer avh-5800x head unit. Front and rear anytime cameras, Rear diff. Breather relocate. 42" highlift. Tow straps/All-PRO snatch strap, tow hitch w/D-ring, traction pads, Tacoma bed mat, Rago Fab ditch light brackets with jap special light pods
    which day?



    Edit: nevermind I'm planning on leaving at 8am either way. Only making it for one day now due to charitable obligations
     
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  11. Mar 9, 2018 at 7:51 PM
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    Kerleyfries

    Kerleyfries Idk what the hell I'm doing

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    Is it as good as all the reviews say? How is it in really cold/ really hot?
     
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  12. Mar 9, 2018 at 7:57 PM
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    TRDZILA

    TRDZILA MPS SUX

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    Ripped off all four mudflaps. Scratches all down both sides 6112’s up front on 3rd notch 5100’s in back with Toytech 1” block Skids & sliders from SOS Concepts I got rid of the 1” block and put on Wheelers 1 1/2” progressive AAL. SPC UCA. Be sure your standing on the drivers side when reading the instructions! I swapped sides so many times that I can swap UCA’s in 15 minutes. I put in the 3/4” spacer to eliminate the Taco Lean, and just got my 4th alignment. Traded the OEM rims for 17” Sport rims and a bora bora 1” spacer. I got my Firestone 285/70/17 MT2’s. Pelfreybilt gas tank skid and hi-lift jack should be here Friday. Looking at bumpers, but I think they will wait for next year. So far I’m happy with my build. I’ve done it all myself, leading to a lot of cussing and frustration, but it’s all mine.
    They’re not camping pads, but Coleman sells collapsible army cots. No more waking up in the morning looking for your nurses call button!
     
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  13. Mar 9, 2018 at 8:02 PM
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    Kerleyfries Idk what the hell I'm doing

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    I can’t do cots, I like to sprawl out when I sleep and always wake up hanging off of them or laying on the floor. Lol.
     
  14. Mar 9, 2018 at 8:12 PM
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    TRDZILA

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    Ripped off all four mudflaps. Scratches all down both sides 6112’s up front on 3rd notch 5100’s in back with Toytech 1” block Skids & sliders from SOS Concepts I got rid of the 1” block and put on Wheelers 1 1/2” progressive AAL. SPC UCA. Be sure your standing on the drivers side when reading the instructions! I swapped sides so many times that I can swap UCA’s in 15 minutes. I put in the 3/4” spacer to eliminate the Taco Lean, and just got my 4th alignment. Traded the OEM rims for 17” Sport rims and a bora bora 1” spacer. I got my Firestone 285/70/17 MT2’s. Pelfreybilt gas tank skid and hi-lift jack should be here Friday. Looking at bumpers, but I think they will wait for next year. So far I’m happy with my build. I’ve done it all myself, leading to a lot of cussing and frustration, but it’s all mine.
    I’m going to be there with y’all in spirit. Do it right but try to not to tear my shit up.
     
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  15. Mar 9, 2018 at 8:15 PM
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    TRDZILA

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    Ripped off all four mudflaps. Scratches all down both sides 6112’s up front on 3rd notch 5100’s in back with Toytech 1” block Skids & sliders from SOS Concepts I got rid of the 1” block and put on Wheelers 1 1/2” progressive AAL. SPC UCA. Be sure your standing on the drivers side when reading the instructions! I swapped sides so many times that I can swap UCA’s in 15 minutes. I put in the 3/4” spacer to eliminate the Taco Lean, and just got my 4th alignment. Traded the OEM rims for 17” Sport rims and a bora bora 1” spacer. I got my Firestone 285/70/17 MT2’s. Pelfreybilt gas tank skid and hi-lift jack should be here Friday. Looking at bumpers, but I think they will wait for next year. So far I’m happy with my build. I’ve done it all myself, leading to a lot of cussing and frustration, but it’s all mine.
    We tried air mattresses but no matter how much we spent they always ended up with holes.
     
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  16. Mar 9, 2018 at 8:30 PM
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    Try just a memory foam bed top. Roll it up and throw it it a big trash bag. They are actually really comfortable withoit a bed under them. But for a queen size they will set you back about $100. I love mine though, I have a queen and a double that aren't for house use. My dogs also love the queen size in the bed on road trips
     
  17. Mar 9, 2018 at 10:44 PM
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    TRDZILA

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    Ripped off all four mudflaps. Scratches all down both sides 6112’s up front on 3rd notch 5100’s in back with Toytech 1” block Skids & sliders from SOS Concepts I got rid of the 1” block and put on Wheelers 1 1/2” progressive AAL. SPC UCA. Be sure your standing on the drivers side when reading the instructions! I swapped sides so many times that I can swap UCA’s in 15 minutes. I put in the 3/4” spacer to eliminate the Taco Lean, and just got my 4th alignment. Traded the OEM rims for 17” Sport rims and a bora bora 1” spacer. I got my Firestone 285/70/17 MT2’s. Pelfreybilt gas tank skid and hi-lift jack should be here Friday. Looking at bumpers, but I think they will wait for next year. So far I’m happy with my build. I’ve done it all myself, leading to a lot of cussing and frustration, but it’s all mine.
    That’s probably a better idea. Our cots ran $85.00 x 4 if I remember right. They fold up nice but are pretty damn heavy.
     
  18. Mar 10, 2018 at 3:31 AM
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    Robertocritser

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    Plenty of room for it
     
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  19. Mar 10, 2018 at 4:57 AM
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    presta24

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  20. Mar 10, 2018 at 4:59 AM
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    dirty deeds

    dirty deeds Big Blue Nation!

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    Polly and I use an air mattress. Had it for years. Probably wasn't expensive. No holes yet. I think it's a full or queen. Don't remember the name, most likely came from walmart.
    I feel a queen would be too big in my 4 person tent and won't allow room for activities and gear.
     
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