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Old 05-09-2012, 12:13 AM   #31
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Looks great! I feel inspired!

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Old 05-09-2012, 02:07 AM   #32
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Thanks Chad.
It's funny, I thought of the statement in your sig about being overkill. Couldn't remember whos sig it was. lol. I like overkill. always have.

I work the 13th & promised Momma we take the KTM's out on Sat, so I'll have to pass on the invite even tho it sounds like a blast for sure.

Who are you going down to Moab with? Any new additions to Sheila?
Haha I was just gonna do like always and find someone out there and tag along. I completely forgot this weekend was mothers day. Right now its looking like no ones going out there with vehicles this weekend. I'm pretty tired of billings already, my rigs not capable of doing the rock pile no matter how I approach it. Also 35s just limit me WAY too much for me to truly use the full trail. Id like to give 21 rd a shot but apparently everyone's saying Imma break... ALOT. Have you been to 21rd yet? I haven't done anything to sheila lately, tried to sell her to pay the bills since I hurt my knee in january but noone bit. Been thinking about adding some taller shock mounts to the frame and putting some 14" travel shocks. Problem is it wouldnt be usefull flex unless I put coilovers in. My coil springs unload at 10"s of travel right now, so it wouldnt prevent me from rolling over. How have ya been man I havent seen u since you came watch me destroy my rig in the snow.

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Looks great! I feel inspired!
Thanks!! Right, if I can do it anyone can!

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Haha I was just gonna do like always and find someone out there and tag along. I completely forgot this weekend was mothers day. Right now its looking like no ones going out there with vehicles this weekend. I'm pretty tired of billings already, my rigs not capable of doing the rock pile no matter how I approach it. Also 35s just limit me WAY too much for me to truly use the full trail. Id like to give 21 rd a shot but apparently everyone's saying Imma break... ALOT. Have you been to 21rd yet? I haven't done anything to sheila lately, tried to sell her to pay the bills since I hurt my knee in january but noone bit. Been thinking about adding some taller shock mounts to the frame and putting some 14" travel shocks. Problem is it wouldnt be usefull flex unless I put coilovers in. My coil springs unload at 10"s of travel right now, so it wouldnt prevent me from rolling over. How have ya been man I havent seen u since you came watch me destroy my rig in the snow.
Sorry to hear about your knee. As far as 21rd goes. I've gotten my jeep up to the overhang but I stayed out of the creek bed for most of it. We had fun tho.
Wow, 14" of travel. That would be sick.

Dude, you made me proud in Billings. Have you tried it when it wasn't slick? I'd be you'd do great.
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Sorry to hear about your knee. As far as 21rd goes. I've gotten my jeep up to the overhang but I stayed out of the creek bed for most of it. We had fun tho.
Wow, 14" of travel. That would be sick.

Dude, you made me proud in Billings. Have you tried it when it wasn't slick? I'd be you'd do great.
Thanks man. I tried it twice since it dried up. That rock pile and giant rock right after just has my number. IDK what on 21rd has my number but Im pretty sure its going to be alot of things. I saw your bumper today in person when u were driving in front of walmart, looks better in person then ur pictures make them look.
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Thanks man. I tried it twice since it dried up. That rock pile and giant rock right after just has my number. IDK what on 21rd has my number but Im pretty sure its going to be alot of things. I saw your bumper today in person when u were driving in front of walmart, looks better in person then ur pictures make them look.
Hey Man, if you're only winching two or three time up that entire canyon I think you are doing really well. Billings has some HUGE obtacles in it. I saw the Falkin JKUR surfing that big rock you're talking about. All four were spinning & not touching a thing, lol. Overall, he did a great job & he was sporting AT's. The falkin boys were filming the entire trip.

You should be proud my friend. You're jeep is quite capable from what I've seen AND you got mad skills bro!!!

Sorry I missed seeing you on the road yesterday. I usually can spot a jeep a mile away. Thanks for the compliments. My goal all along wasn't to make it extra purdy. Just inexpensive, simple, strong & functional.

Are you home today or in Moab??? L8R
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Great job, very nice looking.
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Great job, very nice looking.
Thanks tbreauxxxxx!!!
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Hey Man, if you're only winching two or three time up that entire canyon I think you are doing really well. Billings has some HUGE obtacles in it. I saw the Falkin JKUR surfing that big rock you're talking about. All four were spinning & not touching a thing, lol. Overall, he did a great job & he was sporting AT's. The falkin boys were filming the entire trip.

You should be proud my friend. You're jeep is quite capable from what I've seen AND you got mad skills bro!!!

Sorry I missed seeing you on the road yesterday. I usually can spot a jeep a mile away. Thanks for the compliments. My goal all along wasn't to make it extra purdy. Just inexpensive, simple, strong & functional.

Are you home today or in Moab??? L8R
Still home today. Dont think Im going to moab, prolly just hit 21rd sat or sun.
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Still home today. Dont think Im going to moab, prolly just hit 21rd sat or sun.
We'll be up there Sat on the bikes. We'll look for ya!
Would be fun to hit Sonic this afternoon/eve for a bite A?
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We'll be up there Sat on the bikes. We'll look for ya!
Would be fun to hit Sonic this afternoon/eve for a bite A?
Hey man just seeing this. Woulda gone for sure. Hopefully Ill see ya out on 21rd tomorow, were apparently going there around 2 or so because one of the hoodlums that Ill be wheeling with has to get off of comunity service before we go. Haha.
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Hey man just seeing this. Woulda gone for sure. Hopefully Ill see ya out on 21rd tomorow, were apparently going there around 2 or so because one of the hoodlums that Ill be wheeling with has to get off of comunity service before we go. Haha.
We should be rappin up around then. I'll look for you!!
Have fun, try not to be too hard on Sheila!!
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So I'm trying to better my angle of departure. so I cut the hitch off my newly painted rear bumper & recessed it into the face of the bumper.



Then I built another slider:



Next I'm going to build my own gate mounted tire carrier. I will take the stock one off for good!! The spare will be 3 to 4" higher & 1.5" closer to the gate. With 4.25" of backspacing my tire simply sticks out too far causing increased leverage & wear & tear on the gate. By bringing it closer & using my tire support I feel it will last forever. Plus this system will weigh much less than a swing out carrier.
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With the top off!!

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Bruce, the Jeep looks great topless.

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Thanks Mike, appreciate that!! We're enjoying it. Going to hit Mcallister gulch & wearyman trail near Vail tomorrow, b-b-beautiful up there this time of year. I'll take a few pics for sure.
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Thanks Mike, appreciate that!! We're enjoying it. Going to hit Mcallister gulch & wearyman trail near Vail tomorrow, b-b-beautiful up there this time of year. I'll take a few pics for sure.
Sounds great. I am looking forward to Ouray in August. We are actually going to take the Harley's and take hwy 550 over to Silverton for a day trip I think.

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Sounds great. I am looking forward to Ouray in August. We are actually going to take the Harley's and take hwy 550 over to Silverton for a day trip I think.
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That will be a great trip. Does the Wife ride too? So cool that you can load the Jeep & the harleys in your enclosed trailer. Just a perfect setup!
I was on top of the Grand Mesa last week & there were still snow drifts in high shady places. The fawns are running around now, i love em.
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That will be a great trip. Does the Wife ride too? So cool that you can load the Jeep & the harleys in your enclosed trailer. Just a perfect setup!
I was on top of the Grand Mesa last week & there were still snow drifts in high shady places. The fawns are running around now, i love em.
The wife doesn't like to ride solo but she likes to ride on back of mine. We actually sold my Sportster a couple of weeks ago. I had bought a 2010 H-D Dyna Wide Glide about six weeks ago and thought I could get her on the Sportster. She had no interest in riding solo so I sold the Sportster. I have been building our Dyna for about a month now and it is a riot to ride and the wife and I fit on it better than the Sportster.

We have our trailer set up to load the Jeep in backwards and my son's Buell and my Dyna go in the side door in the front of the trailer. It is loaded heavy but the coach handles it pretty well. We went to Moab last trip loaded like that and I think we are going to take the bikes and the Jeep to Ouray in August.

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The wife doesn't like to ride solo but she likes to ride on back of mine. We actually sold my Sportster a couple of weeks ago. I had bought a 2010 H-D Dyna Wide Glide about six weeks ago and thought I could get her on the Sportster. She had no interest in riding solo so I sold the Sportster. I have been building our Dyna for about a month now and it is a riot to ride and the wife and I fit on it better than the Sportster.

We have our trailer set up to load the Jeep in backwards and my son's Buell and my Dyna go in the side door in the front of the trailer. It is loaded heavy but the coach handles it pretty well. We went to Moab last trip loaded like that and I think we are going to take the bikes and the Jeep to Ouray in August.

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I'm glad to hear she enjoys riding behind you. My wife is pretty good riding dirtbikes but I feel she lack the needed experience to cope with all the idiots on the roads. I had some near misses a few years back so I sold all of the streeters. Our KTM's have plates but we seldomly ride them on the road.

So you got a diesel in that motorhome? Really nice rig.
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I'm glad to hear she enjoys riding behind you. My wife is pretty good riding dirtbikes but I feel she lack the needed experience to cope with all the idiots on the roads. I had some near misses a few years back so I sold all of the streeters. Our KTM's have plates but we seldomly ride them on the road.

So you got a diesel in that motorhome? Really nice rig.
That's funny, I am just selling all of our dirt bikes and ATVs as we speak. Just don't ride them enough and especially now with the Jeep in the stable. We have been doing more street riding and my wife and son actually quite enjoy it. We are keeping our sand rail and sand quads but selling the utility ATVs and dirt bikes.

Yes the coach has a diesel. It is a Cummins ISL 400.

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That's funny, I am just selling all of our dirt bikes and ATVs as we speak. Just don't ride them enough and especially now with the Jeep in the stable. We have been doing more street riding and my wife and son actually quite enjoy it. We are keeping our sand rail and sand quads but selling the utility ATVs and dirt bikes.

Yes the coach has a diesel. It is a Cummins ISL 400.

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Man you got mad toys!! Good for you. I like toys too. Great motor the Cummings is. Very nice!!

Ya, our dirt bikes haven't seen as much action since we got the jeep. It's kinda nice to just throw a cooler in & go. No helmets, trailers, gas cans, sore butts, etc...
So you go to the Little Sahara State Park with your sand toys? I love that place. Have some unbelievable stories about drunk idiots at Sand Mountain.
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Man you got mad toys!! Good for you. I like toys too. Great motor the Cummings is. Very nice!!

Ya, our dirt bikes haven't seen as much action since we got the jeep. It's kinda nice to just throw a cooler in & go. No helmets, trailers, gas cans, sore butts, etc...
So you go to the Little Sahara State Park with your sand toys? I love that place. Have some unbelievable stories about drunk idiots at Sand Mountain.
We hit Little Sahara about two to three times per year, sometimes just for a day trip if the wife can't go. We like St. Anthony's Idaho dunes much, much better though. We generally hit them between four and six times per year. Better sand, and much better camping facilities. They actually have a nice grass camping area vs. a section of sand in the desert.

I don't want to hijack your thread but here is a build thread on another forum that I belong to documenting my entire build up of our mid-engine sand rail from last year. Go easy on me though, that was my first complete chassis and complete sand rail build from start to finish. I have done some bits and pieces of work on other people's sand rails but this was my first complete one. If you get a chance to pick up Sand Sports Magazine we had a couple of custom built sand quads in the Jan/Feb. 2010 issue of Sand Sports.

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We hit Little Sahara about two to three times per year, sometimes just for a day trip if the wife can't go. We like St. Anthony's Idaho dunes much, much better though. We generally hit them between four and six times per year. Better sand, and much better camping facilities. They actually have a nice grass camping area vs. a section of sand in the desert.

I don't want to hijack your thread but here is a build thread on another forum that I belong to documenting my entire build up of our mid-engine sand rail from last year. Go easy on me though, that was my first complete chassis and complete sand rail build from start to finish. I have done some bits and pieces of work on other people's sand rails but this was my first complete one. If you get a chance to pick up Sand Sports Magazine we had a couple of custom built sand quads in the Jan/Feb. 2010 issue of Sand Sports.

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Ha ha, no worries on the Hijack, lol. I'll check that build out. I've also been to the daho dunes, it was many years ago tho, (like 33, crap I'm old).

Go easy on you??? You've been very nice to me about my projects & my skills aren't near what yours are, and you've been super supportive, helpful & NICE. No worries Bro

I spaced out answering you Q. I live about 2hrs from Ouray KOA!
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The Jeep in Ouray. Mike you were right. Incredible up there. We are going to make it an anual event for sure. Just wish I could fit my Jeep in my Toyhauler, ergh!

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Looking good Bruce. I think the wife and I are going to make Ouray an annual August trip. We had a great time there this past year.

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Looking good Bruce. I think the wife and I are going to make Ouray an annual August trip. We had a great time there this past year.

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Thanks Mike. Haven't been on here for a few months. Hope all is well with you & Fam. Hows the Jeep? We bought new bikes for Christmas so we've be upfitting them & not thinking a lot about the jeep, lol.

Ya, that place in really cool. We will be going back up too. Perhaps we can hook up. We loved going into Silverton for dinner & the trails back to Ouray. Want to do black bear pass next time.

Take care Mike!!
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Thanks Mike. Haven't been on here for a few months. Hope all is well with you & Fam. Hows the Jeep? We bought new bikes for Christmas so we've be upfitting them & not thinking a lot about the jeep, lol.

Ya, that place in really cool. We will be going back up too. Perhaps we can hook up. We loved going into Silverton for dinner & the trails back to Ouray. Want to do black bear pass next time.

Take care Mike!!
I haven't spent much time on here for the past six months or so. I have been hanging out one another forum with our Jeep club. We have been fine, just busy.

How about you? How are you and your wife doing? Have a good holiday?

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I haven't spent much time on here for the past six months or so. I have been hanging out one another forum with our Jeep club. We have been fine, just busy.

How about you? How are you and your wife doing? Have a good holiday?

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Glad all is well!! Visited over there a few times. Are things getting busier?
Next days off I'll get back on there & check things out.

Ya, Holidays were great. The kids came down from Denver & we had a great visit, thanks.

Nice chattin with ya Mike!

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