With 57.1% of the vote, Dave Riddle from Burbank, Washington has won the eleventh mod contest of 2022 with his homemade rubber jack pads. Congrats, Dave!
A limited-edition Iron Mod mug is being shipped to Dave.
As November’s winner, he is now eligible for the December finals when readers will pick the best of the TCAB winners to determine the 2022 Modder of the Year! The Grand Prize is a $250 gift certificate to Lowes or Home Depot (or Canadian equivalent).
Scroll down below to see Dave’s winning modification (#3 below).
Enter your mods now! Click here to enter TCM’s Mod contest.
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Dave Riddle from Burbank, Washington shares his homemade rubber jack pads for his 2015 Chevy Silverado 3500 and 2017 Host Mammoth rig.
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Greg Gabert from Seminole, Florida shares his porta-potty storage and the relocation of the electric controls in his 2019 Ram 3500 and 2017 Palomino SS-1200 rig.
Phil and Mary Bogardus from Bothell, Washington share their Let There Be Camping Light mod for their 2014 Ford F-350 Lariat and 2018 Northern Lite 8-11 EXSE rig.