Every year I take time to plan out winter projects to help improve the reliability or upgrade my truck. In 2016-17 I replaced my transmission connector sleeve, transmission pan (filter is integrated with the pan) of course fresh fluid, hvac blower fan, BG hvac flush with a new pollen filter , new thermostat housing and upgraded my water pump with a BG cooling system flush. That was the first round. I then added a emergency hammer and later rebuilt my rear diff., followed by adding my front runner rack and ladder (thanks to Mike!) Summer 2017 I added the front runner drawer system, stainless table, rear LED cargo lighting and upgraded my auxiliary power setup with a complete rear fuse box, solar charge controller and a inverter. Winter 2017-18 Replaced my front lower and rear upper control arms with upgraded Range Rover sport arms (will be doing the other 4 next summer, RRS has beefier arm bushings). Summer 2018 Added rear facing roof rack lights. This winter I am replacing both bumpers, adding a winch, replacing my fog lights with new ones, replacing my front air suspension cross link valve, upgrading my auxiliary charging system, replacing our fridge freezer with a larger one, replacing timing chains and tensioners, replacing coolant reservoir and with any luck upgrading our roof top tent. I am posting this not to brag but to let everyone know I have had a lot of help along the way with all this work. I highly recommend everyone who does this kind of travel to set a project plan and if you need help then post it up. You never know who may want to lend a helping hand or have some advice on how to tackle a idea.