Well... I drove my blazer from my home in Chino Valley, AZ (about 1.5 hrs from PHX) to Fairplay, CO. I don't run a soft top, doors, rear floor, or rear fenderwells by the way. I made good time but hit rain about 90 miles from Fairplay. Rain really sucks on the inside of a windshield! I made it to my buddy's house (fairplay is near Breckenridge) and quickly went wheeling when the rain let up and I dried off. I cracked my fuel cell on a weld within an hour of fireroading. I repaired the crack with JB weld quick and it held for the next part of my trip. Two days later I blasted off for Denver and finally Montana (all in one day). I was followed by CHP for about 5 miles after giving a lady the finger. SHe started honking her horn and then pulled over when she saw an officer on the side of the road. I guess she probably told him I was driving erratically or something but he never did stop me. I later arrived in Bozeman Montana that same day. Changed my oil, fuelfilter, aircleaner and RainX'd the windshield on both sides while in Montana. Two days later I left MOntana via Yellowstone NP and traveled through Idaho, and most of UTah on my way to MUley's house in SLC. Left Muley's at 5:30am ran out of gas just south of Page, AZ (they declined my card after fill up in Gap, AZ) After about two hours of phone discussions I finally took off towards my home. Meanwhile gas has started leaking in a major way and I had to buy soap to rub on the hairline crack in the fuel cell. Overall, the trip was great fun. I wish I had a copilot but I did what I had to do. I drank over 20 Rockstar energy drinks and chewed two cans of Tobacco (which I never do) to stay awake on some of the stretches of hiway miles. I bought a cowboy hat in Wyoming after my bucket hat flew off and then that cowboy hat decided to fly off in Montana. All in all I did this without mudflaps, a speedo, a tach, a hardtop or softtop, doors, a tailight (for most of the trip to Montana), and most sanity. I'd do it again in a heartbeat. /forums/images/graemlins/smile.gif I did have to tighten my exhaust manifold bolts on the return trip from Montana and I also had to tighten my oxygen sensor. I ran it with the pedal to the floor most of time on this trip and averaged (I'm guessing) at least 90mph the whole trip. I never was pulled over once.