The MAF tank is just about my favorite modification - if not my VERY favorite. The range without the headaches of strapping on fuel tanks is remarkable. I'm one of those people (recall your Dad) who hates to stop on trips when "getting there" is the point. I especially hate stopping at mid-desert locations where fuel prices are way out of line with what you'd pay anywhere else. This tank provides freedom and range when you need it in the back country.larry,how's the tank holding up?any issues?
They make baby sitters, I have shop *****es to clean the tank, the bumpers are being built and your truck will never be done. What else you got.Larry,
Every time I read one of your great trail reports, I wonder if Demello will ever get to go. He always says "I really have to go with you guys", or "when is the next one? and "where are you going?"
But he has two kids now, his aquarium is dirty, has a backlog of bumpers, and my truck is never done.
The Starship made it on the last Death Valley run but I'm thinking that maybe AIR2AIR is afraid of the dark or something --But he has two kids now, his aquarium is dirty, has a backlog of bumpers, and my truck is never done.
It's closer to Warm Springs - on the Mengle Pass -> Warm Springs road. I don't know what the road is called but it's the only road. There are a number of mines as you drop down from Mengle Pass. This mine is visible from the road and though you can't see it in the photo, there is white chalk/talc in rock chunks everywhere and it looks like snow against the dark rock of the mine.Larry where exactly is that talc mine? Is it south along Mengel? I would love to see that.
I work for faint praise.And how much was StHarris charged for the tow operation? I'm sure it was costly
Yes I did praise Uphill for pulling me out of the pit. :bigthumb:I work for faint praise.
It cost me $5 to use the pressure washer at the street corner car wash and not all of it is off yet. I'd rather lose $5 than leave 5 lbs of clay on my drive way. After washing off the clay, I discovered carnage on my front tupperwareThis stuff I got stuck in was not just mud, but actually clay. I was trying to hose it off when I got home, and it would not budge. I had to actually reach in and pull it out in clumps. I'm not kidding, this is the kind of clay that you could put on a throw wheel and make a vase with.