1. Modify the Fuel Command Center to stop overheating by converting the vent to a return
2. Replace tranny pan with extra capacity pan and move sending unit for gauge - I think it is taking in a lot of heat soak in its current location
3. Build a shock hoop to for the rear - when I moved my axle mounts up, I now bottom the shock out
As of right now, it's on the mid to high 70's there, don't remember is ever being real humid there. Last year it went into the 40's one of the nights. It could be very hot or down pouring and cold, you never know.
I generally dont wheel in the summer b/c of the heat/humidity in the south. I'm a fall/winter wheeler...just easier on the rig and I enjoy the weather more. But our seasons are hot, super hot, still hot, and about to be hot.
Its always interesting to see/hear the west-coaster's yell out "wheeling season is here" and all I can think is pffft...mine is going into hibernation. So jelly of their temps...and their terrain, scenery, etc. God, I wished I liked mud. I guess we always want what we dont have....:shrug
The nice think about the west coast is you can turn off a high way and get lost and no admission fee's to go wheeling.
Everything near me is the land of NO, all private property or owned by state or county, kinda sucks.
Im an hour south; usually its similar weather, just cooler. That said, its currently 66º, and its rained twice today. It was pretty humid last week, but the last few days its been pretty nice. Im hoping its nice so i can take the top off the bronco :toothless
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I've done a lot of hiking and back country skiing off of 93 / 16 / 302 in NH, and some in Maine.
I'm looking for trailheads that are more remote. Most of the dirt roads I know in NH are gated off in the winter.
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