Welcome to the Off Road Podcast. I'm your host, Aaron. Today we will be exploring the off road world-- whether you like crawling up rock ledges or enjoy exploring the backroads with your family. Stay with us to find out events in your area, off road news, and topics to interest every guy & girl who craves the outdoors as seen through the windshield. I am here with my co-host Steve and our guest Aaron. Ben is out again tonight, how are you doing tonight Steve?
Anyone done anything exciting?
Aaron - Working more than full time at my new job. I’ve only done some web wheeling.
Steve - Did another front hub and a lower ball joint on my 4wheeler. Took my truck in and had the Headers put on, I hated that, but I don’t have a lift and still fighting a torn meniscus so I can’t kneel down.
Aaron - Rebuilt Atv carbs, rode some mini motorcycles, washed my truck , put a carseat in p/u truck so my son can ride with me,
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Events and happenings
Stone Mountain Machine Gun Shoot- in Monroeton PA. June 3-4. 10am to 5pm both days. Tickets available at www.shootersgauntlet.com
2017 Jeep adventure weekend with Park Jeep Chrysler, Dresser, WI June 17-18 Sign up here: http://www.parkjeepchrysler.com/jeepadvweekendsignup.htm
The Washington Gambler 500 Main Event, June 23-25, more details to come.
The Oregon OG500 is July 15&16 starting and ending in Portland, OR. No registration, unlimited entries, starting point released later, more details to come.
NW Overland Rally June 15-18 in Plain, WA
Vermont Overland Trophy July 31-August 5
20th Rubicon Trail Jeep Jamboree, Rubicon Trail, California August 10-13 Info: jeepjamboreeusa.com
W.E. Rock Sportsman, Goldendale, Washington, August 12-13 Info: werocklive.com
Just bought the AMC Eagle with a 258 v6 in it It is a 4 speed and is 4WD. Wanting to lift it and get MORE power out of it. It's just going to be a woods and trail truck. So a good leaf spring swap would be good too. Just looking to make alt woods buggy out of it I don't really care on cost right now so hit me with your best shot. This is a great show and like listening while driving down the road. David C.
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Who are you? Aaron Kachel
What state are you in? Portland, Oregon
What was your First Off Road rig/ first car? 1991 Ranger 2wd.
What got you into wheeling? Living on a Christmas tree farm and in the country.
What kind of Wheeling do you like to do? Logging roads, no heavy wheeling, & snow(it’s clean)
Most embarrassing moment on the trail? Getting out wheel’d in the snow by my mom’s 95 Mazda Navajo in my bad ass truck.
Owned 12 years
1988 ranger xlt 4x4
1989 front clip
2.9 V6- Pacesetter headers
Roll cage by off-road components
Front-d28 extended +4 per side, extended shafts, F150 coils, Fox 2.0 14” remote shocks
Rear- 8.8 swap, cantilever, Fox 2.0 9” remotes
Corbeau Baja SA racing seats
Crow blackbird racing harnesses
33x10.5x15 toyo mt
15x8 American racing ar23
What’s in the future?
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