Inland Crossing

Reviews

ArkPak

The ArkPak is a portable 12VDC/120VAC power source. I picked up this unit used, intending to use it to power some ham radio equipment for portable operation, to use around the camp, or to power a vehicle refrigerator later on….
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Winch Isolator

When I first installed the synthetic rope onto the drum and wound it up on the bench I noticed that the hook didn’t exactly snugly mate against the hawse fairlead. Unable to tension it any further, the hook kind of…
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Mile High Campground

I’ve mentioned Mile High Campground in a couple posts. This is the site the Fourlanders VHF Contest Group use for the June and September ARRL VHF Contests. `The campground has several of it’s campsites situated on Soco Bald, a 5,446′…
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The Bambeco Recycled Bicycle Chain Bottle Opener

Every once in a while a cool product comes along that offers useful utility while also doing something good for the environment. The Recycled Bicycle Chain Bottle Opener is one perfect example. Manufactured from used bicycle chain, it offers form,…
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RhinoRamps

Okay, this is one of those products I probably should have started using years ago. My usual routine is to get the vehicle up on a floor jack and then use jack stands. Maybe the comfort of knowing the vehicle…
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Texsport Spinnaker Shade

One of the guys in my radio group introduced me to this canopy that attaches to a roof rack and provides shade, and some light protection from water and leaves dropping from trees in a campground. It’s useful for covering the door…
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Husky Liners

I have to confess that my 2005 Jeep WK came with a full set of Husky Liners when we bought it used. I had looked at them before but was reluctant to spend the money to cover the front and…
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