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tomtaylz

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How was the fireplace? Gamechanger?!?!?
Bringing a condo to the forest.

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I’ve driven from Bear camp off the M10 to the M1 up to West Crockett and then bailed off into Elk Creek
I’m interested in the route you took as I haven’t driven it
 

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Tried going up that way but there was a fair bit of snow and mud past Plaskett Meadows. Wasn’t sure how long it went on for so decided to turn around.



Did this today! Thanks for the recommendation. Took me awhile of following deer tracks to find the trail but then it was a beautiful hike, did about 6 miles. I read after technically the trailhead was closed but it seemed fine, I went up looking at Plaskett Meadows and that’s real burned out, I wouldn’t feel great camping there with some wind.
Did you make it to the waterfall?
 

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So it is that time of the year to break out the wallet and pay homage to the jeep gods...Front driveshaft has decided it is ready to retire after 80K miles and need an opinion. Do I go with a new driveshaft with a Flange adapter on the axel side
https://www.adamsdriveshaftoffroad....riveshaft-solid-u-joints-extreme-duty-series/

Or do I go with a proper yoke and match what I did in the rear?

I am pretty sure the right answer is yokes all around as I have a feeling it will give me a little longer shaft and if I bust it on the trail there is a better chance of getting a new yoke vs finding a flange
 
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Alex01

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So it is that time of the year to break out the wallet and pay homage to the jeep gods...Front driveshaft has decided it is ready to retire after 80K miles and need an opinion. Do I go with a new driveshaft with a Flange adapter on the axel side
https://www.adamsdriveshaftoffroad....riveshaft-solid-u-joints-extreme-duty-series/

Or do I go with a proper yoke and match what I did in the rear?

I am pretty sure the right answer is yokes all around as I have a feeling it will give me a little longer shaft and if I bust it on the trail there is a better chance of getting a new yoke vs finding a flange
I used the new yoke version for the JL. I'm a Tom woods fan boy though.