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Pennsylvania Trektop NX and soft doors

I am selling my Bestop trektop nx and soft doors with uppers. These are from my JKU. They are used in good condition, normal wear. Local sale only. Looking to sell all as a package…$900
Here is a pic of the doors. I don’t have one of the trektop but can take some if needed.

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Dirty Heads’ David Foral Releases New Single “Crash Over Me”

While we wait for the Oct. 13th release of Dirty Heads new album Swim Team, bassist David Foral is continuing to release music of his own. Following up on the drop of his most recent single, Paved The Way, featuring Hip Hop MC Big Nes, Foral returns with “Crash Over Me” alongside female vocalist Rebecca Arscott and Long Beach Dub Allstars horn-player, Tim Wu.

“Crash Over Me” has been released to Spotify, Amazon Itunes, and is a part of Foral’s Stone Soup Mixtape Vol.2 that will drop August 31st, 2017. The Mix-tape is one long mix of various songs from various artists, producers and DJ’s curated by David to the sameDavidForal_CrashOverMe tempo and produced to be one long mix that you can vibe out to for whats expected to be 30minutes.

[Related: Interview with David Foral of Dirty Heads]

Rebecca Arscott is a solo female artist from Albuquerque, NM who performs a fusion of Reggae, Pop and Soul alongside her backing band One Heart Fyah. In 2016 she released the debut EP Fyah Rising.

Foral tells The Pier: “Last year I was going down the wormhole of endless YouTube videos and stumbled across a video of Rebecca doing a Rihanna cover. Her soulful voice caught my ear and I reached out to her. I wanted to do something in the vein of Sade and thought she’d be a perfect fit.” Foral adds that “‘Crash Over Me’ is a sea of emotional soul that blends current sounds with rhythms of the past.”

David Foral and Tim Wu have been friends for many years and have collaborated on quite a few projects in the past, making this another entry to their joint-catalog. The Stone Soup Mixtape Vol.1 was released August 2016 and came in at 26minutes setting the tone for what is expected to be a series of volumes to be released each year by Foral.

As for the Stone Soup Mixtape Vol. 2, it will feature guest appearances by members of Sublime, Dirty Heads, Easy Star All-Stars, Passafire, Long Beach Dub Allstars, Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad, Ballyhoo!, Hirie, The Movement, Tatanka, DJ Jace One, Big Nes, Rebecca Arscott and more.

You can purchase his new single, “Crash Over Me,” featuring Rebecca Arscott on iTunes by clicking HERE!

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Listen: David Foral – “Paved The Way” feat. Big Nes

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5.3 swap computer/wiring questions


So, I bought someone else’s headache.

2005 LJ with a 5.3 from an 07 Chevy 1500, Turbo 350.

Everything was great when I bought it, but it soon started acting up. I won’t go into all the little details of the issues it is having as they could be a hundred different things, but if I could put a scanner on her it would help a LOT.

The problem is that they used the stock 5.3 computer and just wired it in to the jeep WITHOUT a OBD port.

I need to decide if I can wire in a diagnostic port to help me track dow nthe issues or if I should buy a wiring harness made for the application.

It is a turbo 350, so no electronics there. The gauges are not the factory ones for the jeep, so no issues there.

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Common Kings & Matisyahu Reveal ‘The Broken Crowns Tour’

The touring landscape for the upcoming fall season is starting to take shape – Matisyahu and Common Kings have joined forces, setting the bar early for can’t-miss-shows. The artists recently announced The Broken Crowns Tour will kick off in October and opening up the show will be the Matisyahu produced group, Orphan

Common Kings, who will be touring in support of their latest album Lost In Paradise, provided some historical context for The Pier on how the tour came together, stating that: “We met at Cali-Roots Festival, earlier this year. There was an instant ‘family’ connection while we were chilling backstage and vibing to some music. We talked about going on tour, and Matisyahu made it happen.”

Further, when asked if fans can expect any collaboration during the tour in addition to a joint track to be released in the near future, and the band informed The Pier that: “fans will definitely see some onstage collaborations throughout the tour, and let’s just say we can expect some ‘fire’ from these two acts to drop soon.”

Matisyahu is fresh off his latest release Undercurrent which dropped May 19 via Fallen Sparks. A heavy dosage of the music for the record was reported to have been written by Matisyahu’s band over several improv sessions, and only featured eight tracks (some of which however chimed in at over 10 minutes).

[Related: Matisyahu Returns with New Album Announcement]

Orphan was handpicked and produced by Matisyahu himself. He offered up some insight on the Brooklyn-based trio: “Orphan is a new band I signed currently living and making music out of my home. All three core members Menachem, Nissin, and Chaim are sons of Lubavitch Rabbis and met in Yeshiva. They formed a bond around my release at the time (Live at Stubbs 2) and began to study the sounds of Dub Trio. Of all the music I’ve come across over the years, these 22-year-old boys manage to retain the spirit of their Lubavitch heritage while creating music with a fresh Brooklyn edge that is an outgrowth of the Matisyahu sound. I am proud to introduce to you, Orphan, the soundtrack to a generation who never met their rebbe and have had to blaze a new trail.”

The Broken Crowns Tour will kick off October 6 in Maine will span 21 dates, closing out at Stubbs Bar-B-Q Outdoors in Austin TX (perhaps a tribute to Matisyahu’s Live at Stubbs album from 2005). Check out the full listing of tour dates below…


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Fishing Opportunities For Females In The Southeast Region With Capt. Jimbo Thomas

August is a great month for fishing in the Southeast Region, so it’s no surprise that a lot of females are getting more involved in the sport this month. The summer months are when the seas are calm and the water is clear, making for comfortable fishing conditions, and at the same time, the state’s lobster season is open for anyone wanting to cool off in the water and catch some lobster to go with their fish.

Most anglers learn to fish either from their parents who were fishermen or with friends, and it’s no different for females, although going out on the water for the first time with an overly aggressive angler or group and be intimidating. Like any sport, you don’t get better without practice, so you can cut the learning curve by practicing your casting before you head to the water.

There’s also a bunch of fishing clubs in my region, and every one of them has a good number of female members, so you can join or visit one of these clubs and get some of those members to help you with your skills and fishing knowledge. For those that are intimidated by the sport, there’s Ladies Let’s Go fishing, which offers classes in fishing skills for females around the state. You can find out more information about the group and where the next school will take place at

Just about every fishing tournament in my region has a female angler division, and these are great opportunities to put some time in on the water with friends while at the same time getting a feel for the competitive side of fishing. Tournament fishing tends to appeal to the hardcore anglers who put a lot of time and preparation into their day, so be prepared to stick out a full day on the water even if the fish aren’t biting. The one event I know about is the Pompano Beach Saltwater Showdown, August 4-7. For more information on that tournament, you can contact Cassandra Kusmich (954) 725-4010.

Fishing in my region can be as simple as going to the beach and taking a rod along and casting small shad-body jigs or lipless plugs, or putting a sandflea on a hook and casting it out and sitting in a chair while waiting for a bite. There’s also a bunch of fishing piers in my region where you can use a Sabiki rig to catch live bait for snook (catch and release only) or snapper.

If you fish from a boat, one of the best things you can do is find a bait school less than a mile off the beach, use a Sabiki rig to catch a bait from the school, and then put a hook in the bait and cast it back into the school. Everything from bonito and barracuda to blackfin tuna, dolphin and cobia come in close to shore to feed during the summer months, so you never really know what you’re going to catch.

How serious you take your fishing is up to you. A lot of my friends fish with their wives or girlfriends and get an early start to the day, fish hard until 11 or 12, then head for the sandbar for a swim in the middle of the day to beat the summer heat. Fishing is supposed to be fun and relaxing, so don’t make the mistake of putting a lot of pressure on yourself to catch fish. Get out on the water, have fun, and even if you don’t catch fish, you’ll get a nice tan and have the opportunity to see a lot of the great marine life Florida has to offer!



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