TeraFlex SEMA 2012 Day 2 - Featuring Doetsch Concepts - Crush Recovery Jeep
TeraFlex highlight of day 2 of the 2012 SEMA Show in Las Vegas Nevada.
Special feature (2:10) includes Crush Recovery, a 2012 Jeep Wrangler
Unlimited Rubicon, built by Doetsch Off-Road (Doetsch Concepts).
Crush Recovery features a TeraFlex 6" LCG Long-Arm Suspension System with
TeraFlex Speed Bumps and Fox Racing remote reservoir shocks. A Rugged Ridge
aluminum front and rear bumper, 10500lb winch with synthetic line,
37x12.50R17 Nitto Trail Grappler tires, 17" Rugged Ridge wheels with
color-matched rock rings, Truck-Lite LED headlights, RECON LED fog lights
and turn indicators, 4 ProCar by Scat Evolution Series bucket seats with
color matched rear shells, Rhino Lining spray-in-bedliner, Rugged Ridge
light bar with five 7" HID off-road lights, Rugged Ridge snorkel, TMD heat
extraction hood, HornBlasters Conductor Series train horns, Hi-Lift X-Treme
jack, Monster Hooks hook, Drake billet pistol grip shifter, Rugged Ridge
half doors and much more!
Little Guy teardrop trailer
Here I am at the headquarters of Little Guy Teardrop Trailers in Massillon,
Ohio, on July 14, 2011. I'm being filmed by Joe Kicos, the president of
Little Guy Worldwide LLC. I recently bought a Little Guy 5-Wide teardrop
trailer (in Oregon) and towed it across the country to work at a car show
and an air show in Wisconsin, then visited my grandkids in Ohio. So I
stopped by for the Little Guy factory tour in Sugarcreek, Ohio, then went
to company headquarters in Massillon, Ohio and spent the night. This video
was shot the next morning right after I brewed my "cowboy coffee". Little
Guy is deep in the heart of Amish country, and their trailers are
skillfully built by Amish craftsmen. I love my Little Guy trailer!
AT Chaser Off-Road Trailer in Moab
Doug Williams takes the Adventure Trailers Chaser trailer through Kane
Creek, Moab. The trailer shows it's high ground clearance and independent
suspension. Great footage!
Snowy Camper Driveway in Breckenridge, Colorado
A very snowy winter (snowbanks over 8 feet tall) means I can't keep my
camper trailer in our driveway anymore! So on March 18, 2008, I pull it out
of its "snow cave" and hope I don't get stuck. It's a Fleetwood Evolution
E2 - great for off-road camping.
We live just outside Breckenridge, Colorado. Our house is at an elevation
of 10,700 feet above sea level. Our neighbor measures the snowfall and says
the total from Sept 2007 to June 2008 was 32 feet! That's 384 inches!
It's a great place to have a ski resort. Speaking of that, we are Realtors
with RE/MAX Properties of the Summit in Breckenridge - if you'd like to own
a snowy little piece of heaven, please contact us!