While I agree this is the wrong thread, I also like fast stuff. Just a little small block ford with a bunch of nitrous.
That’s real nice. I like the bikes because there’s not many cars that have that kind of HP to weight ratio....I will now remove my photos before the avalanche starts and get back on point.While I agree this is the wrong thread, I also like fast stuff. Just a little small block ford with a bunch of nitrous.
Not nearly enough motor to mess with a 1098 (IIRC they trap in the high 130s, low 140s in the low 10s?), but 600's are fun to play with. (car traps in the high 1-teens, low 120s on motor, no full nitrous passes yet)
That's where all the money goes. Yes.The tingley/Yoder boot combo isn't the cheapest but from years of messing with 2 separate boots (hip and regular) IMO it's the best bang for ur buck if u like to hunt around water.
After switching back and forth multiple times I finally figured out I like the webbing bridge and EWO HD sliders are the way to go. I used knots originally but the sliders much better option IMO
Cut the cargo pockets off ur old worn out pants and they make great pouches with a little modification.. I added these to my hunt vest and I was surprised how useful a cargo pocket on my abdomen was..
After messing with rain suits for years I finally come to the conclusion that the lowly poncho works best for saddle hunting....cheap, must easier to pack, weighs almost nothing and once combined with the Yoder chaps will keep u dry in the heaviest downpours...frog tog is what I have been using...add military surplus poncho liner and u can loose a layer or possibly the whole jacket on cold wet days
All the store bought hunting clothes I have are starting wear out and I have been slowly replacing with surplus clothes. Cheap, high quality, rugged, clothing that is already brocken in and soft. Bdu pants are easy to find at good prices and same goes for shirts/jackets. U can build a whole layering system fully decked out with fancy socks, gaiters, gloves, etc and 3-5 full sets of clothes on an extreme budget and have IMO just as, if not more, higher quality stuff than the fancy clothes companies...might not 100% all match camo pattern but they all close enough....timber pimp camo is also cheap and it definitely gets the job done
When u wear a vest that ur gear attached to it's a little harder to stay legal with ur orange requirements. A cheap alternative I found that definitely gets the job gone is a sun sleeve in blaze orange. It's the same material as the fishing neck gaiters but it's a form fitting sleeve. SA company is what I used and they holding up good.. https://safishing.com/shop/arm-sleeve-neon-orange-small-black-shield/
The rubber coin purse is another cheapo that gets the job done ..I stuff it full of rabbit fur since we don't have milkweed readily available here and pinch off ur desired amount. Water resistant (not water proof)....the 1 I currently have is starting to wear out and I found an upgrade I'll be incorporating into my hunting system soon enough.... View attachment 44206
Vet wrap... I put that sh#t on everything
My mother in law have me 1 of those external battery that has the little solar panel built in....so far it works great..I think it's called power patriot or patriot power...she said it was cheap and it gets the job done