Frothing to get my baby back from the shop and out on the trails! here’s the breakdown:
re-gear to 4.88
+2” long travel by total chaos (700lb spring)
kings w/ external bypass
extended travel in rear
icon rear links
arb dual compressor w/ hoses front and back
front and rear lockers
should be getting my @pelfreybiltoffroad rear bumper sometime in april to seal this deal!
Thoughts from a fellow vet. our duty to share. #repost@tacorunner_
why do so many of us veterans choose this style of escaping the mundane world we live in by “overlanding”? we all know the word “overlanding” has different meanings in different circumstances and situations but for the topic tonight i’ll call it that. i’ll be the first to admit i personally hate the word for the fad that it has become here in the us. instead of using a vehicle as a means of self sufficient exploration and travel, it’s now all about new mods and showing off your shiny new numbered community badge 🙄 i could go on with my rant but i’ll keep it brief.
for most of us, at least in my opinion, it reminds us of a simpler time in our lives. a time in which we actually lived on and out of our vehicle’s. our small group living and working together. to me, life was so much more enjoyable back then, even if we had to face death every single day 🤷♂️
as some of you know, i had been living full-time out of my 4runner. i loved the freedom that it brought. i didn’t feel trapped or tied down as i do now living in an apartment again. sure there are pros and cons to everything but i 100% foresee myself getting back to that freedom of being able to live wherever i choose.
it will be sad to watch my 4runner go when it finds a new home, but knowing what i have planned next makes it that much more exciting. the adventures will definitely continue because we only have a limited time on this planet. go out and live 🤘 #fridaythoughts#combatveteran#veteranoverland#thatsunsettho ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖
truck is for sale. link in bio. dm for more details or if you have questions🤘