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mossytaco
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Re: 300 + registered users...who are you all??? Introduce here.

Post by mossytaco » Wed May 30, 2018 10:05 pm

scooter wrote:Newbie here. Everyone calls me Scooter but the gubment says my name is Paul. Live in Mt. Washington just outside Louisville. Not really a newbie to wheeling. I have been in this thing hardcore for over 12 years and messing with all things offroad most of my life. I know a few members and have talk to or am familiar with a few more. Looking forward to meeting many more and doing some wheeling with you.

Now, down to the good stuff:
I wheel what is registered as an 85 Toyota Pickup. All that's left of the Toyota is the frame, cab, and a little wiring. Motor is a chipped TBI 350 mostly stock. TH350 Trans with reverse full manual valve body. Transfercase is a 203/205 doubler with some NWF goodies. Built by me 1410 driveshafts down to a GM Dana 60 front spooled with 4.56 gears and a 14 bolt Detroit and 4.56 gears. 43" Stickies on Racelines. The front is 4-linked with 14" ORI's and the back is on some 63" leads with a custom center mounted traction bar kit. Steering is full hydro PSC stuff and the cab has some PRP daily driver seats with PRP harnesses. I have owned it 10 years and have done all the work myself with the help of a few friends.

If anyone on here finds me on the trail, make sure to say Hi.
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Welcome Paul. Hopefully we have some decent weather Friday at the Expo at the water front. If not I'll be on Louisville all weekend.

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Re: 300 + registered users...who are you all??? Introduce here.

Post by Justwes » Thu May 31, 2018 8:14 am

welcome to the forum Paul, I mean scooter, that thing looks pretty well equipped. looking forward to seeing ya out on the rocks.
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Re: 300 + registered users...who are you all??? Introduce here.

Post by Jpwhalen » Tue Jun 05, 2018 7:13 pm

scooter wrote:Newbie here. Everyone calls me Scooter but the gubment says my name is Paul. Live in Mt. Washington just outside Louisville. Not really a newbie to wheeling. I have been in this thing hardcore for over 12 years and messing with all things offroad most of my life. I know a few members and have talk to or am familiar with a few more. Looking forward to meeting many more and doing some wheeling with you.

Now, down to the good stuff:
I wheel what is registered as an 85 Toyota Pickup. All that's left of the Toyota is the frame, cab, and a little wiring. Motor is a chipped TBI 350 mostly stock. TH350 Trans with reverse full manual valve body. Transfercase is a 203/205 doubler with some NWF goodies. Built by me 1410 driveshafts down to a GM Dana 60 front spooled with 4.56 gears and a 14 bolt Detroit and 4.56 gears. 43" Stickies on Racelines. The front is 4-linked with 14" ORI's and the back is on some 63" leads with a custom center mounted traction bar kit. Steering is full hydro PSC stuff and the cab has some PRP daily driver seats with PRP harnesses. I have owned it 10 years and have done all the work myself with the help of a few friends.

If anyone on here finds me on the trail, make sure to say Hi.
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Re: 300 + registered users...who are you all??? Introduce here.

Post by VikingGinger » Thu Aug 08, 2019 9:45 am

Hola, I've decided to see what local off road groups have to offer and figured I'd start out right here. I'm not new to jeeping/wheeling but I'm fairly new to Kentucky. I'm interested in wheeling/camping/wrenching and probably want to stick to moderate trails with my current Jeep. Haven't wheeled this one in quite a while but I've made some modifications to it recently and it's about time to get it off the pavement. These pictures are from a trip with some buddies out in Southern California a while back...

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