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Old 07-22-2008, 06:57 PM   #1
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Some Summer AZ Wheelin

Some of the boys decided to man it up and wheel all day Sunday. Actually had a little carnage also. Let's see.....I broke a pitman arm, we had a starter seize, Arb wiring and air issues (one reason why ARB's are OVERRATED). Some of you boys with your JK's pay attention. I'd bet money that this was the first time a JK has ever been on this trail here in town. It handled it like a champ.








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I didn't make it


Woody did make it.





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Let's see.....I broke a pitman arm,

When I wake up in a bad mood all I ever had to think is I will never break a pitman arm.

Pics or it didn't happen.
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When I wake up in a bad mood all I ever had to think is I will never break a pitman arm.

Pics or it didn't happen.
Yeah, it was too dumb to take pics of. However I think it's still in the back of my heep so I might snap one of it. I broke it pretty good. Went around a corner and had no left. So I tugged harder on the wheel. Then I heard the SNAP.

Yeah, I know Andy. I wish I didn't have one either. Woody in the blue used to be an XJ runs full hydro on his 609 also. He said the same thing when I called on the radio and asked if anyone had an extra pitman arm. "What the fawk do you need one of those for? "
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Woody in the blue used to be an XJ runs full hydro on his 609 also. He said the same thing when I called on the radio and asked if anyone had an extra pitman arm. "What the fawk do you need one of those for? "
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Always impressed by your pics Jack. You guy are the only ones who wheel this hard on this forum. Body damage is not an issue with you guys. I haven't had a chance to get out at all this summer so keep the pics coming. (not that I can wheel like you Phoenix boys)
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Awesome stuff, Jack................
As always............
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looks like very much fun.

jack, everytime i see your wheeling pics i feel real pain, because we donīt have any trials like this here in europe.

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looks like very much fun.

jack, everytime i see your wheeling pics i feel real pain, because we donīt have any trials like this here in europe.

Thanks guys, I wouldn't call us hardcore. If you want to see some hardcore AZ wheelin do a search on the Built To Grind (BTG) group here. Buy some of there DVD's and you will definitely be entertained. We just like to get out and bounce our junk around. All of us used to care about body damage and such, but we've just gotten to that point where if it has to get dented to get over it then so be it. Woody's favorite saying is that he scratched his dent.

Nicolas, what are you talking about my friend. Just head over to that little rock garden they call Stone Henge and get on it.
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where was that at?
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where was that at?
Out by Florence.
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I like seing the AZ trails they are kinda like the trails we have around here

one of these days I will make my way out to kingston AZ ( about 2 hours from my house) and wheel with some friends out there
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I like seing the AZ trails they are kinda like the trails we have around here

one of these days I will make my way out to kingston AZ ( about 2 hours from my house) and wheel with some friends out there
Kingston or Kingman? There is some land that we need to scout out up by Kingman that by the looks of the terrain on Google Earth has some very promising washes and it's private land that we have full access to at that.
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Kingston or Kingman? There is some land that we need to scout out up by Kingman that by the looks of the terrain on Google Earth has some very promising washes and it's private land that we have full access to at that.

OOOPS sorry kingman

we have a lot of areas out here we need to scout
I'm just waiting for the next trip to area52 we should be heading out there in the next couple months
that area is nothing but big rocks

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