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Old 01-20-2012, 11:44 AM   #61
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Got my Golden Ticket also!
Doing these trails, if open:
Sun - Fins
Monday - Sevenmile
Tuesday - Golden Spike
Wed - Day Off for Wifey's Shopping
Thurs - Hells Revenge
Fri - Porcupine Rim
Sat - Kane Creek Canyon

Whew! I hope my rig holds up and as my first Moab, I hope it's not bitting off too much.

Thoughts? Good trails?
If it is your first time in Moab you will be both in awe and a little nervous at points. It is a different type of driving than most people ever do so listen to your spotter/leader. Know what your limitations are and keep it within bounds.

What type of mods do you have on your Jeep?

Fins is pretty easy, but a lot of fun. Very different terrain than most ever get into.
Sevenmile is a beautiful trail and you will see stuff you have never seen or ever will.
Hells Revenge is one of my favorites as long as it does not rain.
Porcupine Rim can be fun in a Jeep although I prefer that one on a mountain bike.
Kane Creek- I will be doing this on Friday of the Safari.

Make sure you get the guide book to Moab and check out the write ups on traildamage.com. Just stay off the skinny pedal and you will do fine.

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Hey Julie,
I'm all registered, password rceived, etc. i've logged in to the RR4W site but when I try to go to Trails it just says The Site Will Be Available on the 20th. It's 12:30am on the 20th here in San Digo and I was just wondering if i'm doing something wrong?

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Just read this now, guess I am late to the party actually I can't tell you a lot about the rr4w as I don't do the EJS & don't have really anything to do with them, sorry ← me being clueless

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Kane creek is a great trail with some challenges, there is a tippy spot near the start that gets me a bit worried but it may have been built up a bit since I was there in October, kind of creeps me out, but I still did it
I look forward to running Kane Creek when I make it back out there.
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Just read this now, guess I am late to the party actually I can't tell you a lot about the rr4w as I don't do the EJS & don't have really anything to do with them, sorry ← me being clueless
LOL, When you live there you just don't care to get on a dusty trail with 60 others at the same time.
We don't run in the big groups either. I've done Hells several times during the safari. I just wait until noon or so & the large sponsered groups are almost done.
We like how you & Jeff roll.
I WILL be pulling my toyhauler down there this time so we can enjoy both weekends. I'll give Jeff a call when we arrive in hopes to catch a bite together & see you Guys!
Got to see that basement you have been slaving in for sooooooooooooooooooooooooooo long. I'm sure it's nice.
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Well it will be Kane Creek on Friday and Poison Spider on Saturday. I have done Poison Spider many times, but it is one of my many favorites.
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Just read this now, guess I am late to the party actually I can't tell you a lot about the rr4w as I don't do the EJS & don't have really anything to do with them, sorry ← me being clueless
No worries Julie, thanks for the reply. Sitting in a MacDonalds in Quartzsite, AZ because we have no WiFi in camp What a looser I am! Whatever it takes right?

Anyway, all registered for my runs and I can't wait! Sunday - Fins, Monday - Sevenmile, Tues - Golden Spike, Thur - Hell's Revenge, Fri - Moab Rim and finishing up Sat with Kanes.

Really stoked for this trip!

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LOL, When you live there you just don't care to get on a dusty trail with 60 others at the same time.
We don't run in the big groups either. I've done Hells several times during the safari. I just wait until noon or so & the large sponsered groups are almost done.
We like how you & Jeff roll.
I WILL be pulling my toyhauler down there this time so we can enjoy both weekends. I'll give Jeff a call when we arrive in hopes to catch a bite together & see you Guys!
Got to see that basement you have been slaving in for sooooooooooooooooooooooooooo long. I'm sure it's nice.
Sounds like a plan Bruce that will be great! maybe' declouie & his family can get together with us too.
I am so tired of basement it's to the stage that I wake up in the morning with basement on the brain WHEN DOES IT EVER END ?????
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If it is your first time in Moab you will be both in awe and a little nervous at points. It is a different type of driving than most people ever do so listen to your spotter/leader. Know what your limitations are and keep it within bounds.

What type of mods do you have on your Jeep?

Fins is pretty easy, but a lot of fun. Very different terrain than most ever get into.
Sevenmile is a beautiful trail and you will see stuff you have never seen or ever will.
Hells Revenge is one of my favorites as long as it does not rain.
Porcupine Rim can be fun in a Jeep although I prefer that one on a mountain bike.
Kane Creek- I will be doing this on Friday of the Safari.

Make sure you get the guide book to Moab and check out the write ups on traildamage.com. Just stay off the skinny pedal and you will do fine.
Yep, first time to MOAB and yes, I listen to the advice of those in the know and who live in or around.

Have a 2005 LJ Rubicon with 35's, Currie AntiRock, of course Lockers front and back, all the usual skids and guards, 8k winch and plenty O' lighting for the late excursions. Getting the beefy Currie Steering Stabilizer system and steering damper before we go. Will likely upgrade to 35" Toyo MT's as well but still researching tires. Have 35 BFG's now but never been crazy about them. They came on the rig as did a lot of other pretty stuff that I've since tossed.

Thanks as always for the heads up. See ya there!
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You will be fine as long as you take it slow and easy. Your Jeep is more than set up for those trails. Just disconnect and air down on at least the slick rock trails and have fun.
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Sounds like a plan Bruce that will be great! maybe' declouie & his family can get together with us too.
I am so tired of basement it's to the stage that I wake up in the morning with basement on the brain WHEN DOES IT EVER END ?????
Sounds like fun to me. My boys are excited for the winter to be over so we can head down to Moab again.
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Just what ever you guys do at Moab don't do this...or brake your rear axel... Or crap yourself...
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You will be fine as long as you take it slow and easy. Your Jeep is more than set up for those trails. Just disconnect and air down on at least the slick rock trails and have fun.
Sweet thing about the Currie AntiRock is, no disconnect. It's the lazy mans system that does it all for you!

Hear ya on slow n easy though. Coming from 100mph sand rails, crawlin is a whole different world. At first I wanted to gun it but have since learned over the last 8 months of pretty regular wheelin, to lay off the skinny peddle and just let the Jeep do what it does, steer where the spotter tells ya to & don't wheel out of your comfort zone.

Thanks again, really looking forward to this.
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My wife is so excited about the "Wicked Brew" & I'm craving the Moab Diner!!!!



68 more days!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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I would rather not break an axle, but if I do I am alright. I carry spares until I get my dana 44.
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I broke my Dana44
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Not sure. Kinda like to see what guys are interested in& plan accordingly. I'll do Fins with you for sure. BTW, nice snow wheeling you did in Billings last week. Pretty amazing.
Thanks man. That trail was ALOT rougher on my jeep then I thought. Broke my exo, ripped my front passinger side lower control arm mount in half, bent my tie rod, and snapped my bump stop.
Im going to try to get fins and things on the Thursday the 5th and then hells revenge on Friday the 6th. Im going to try to make a visit to the actual red rock building in moab and sign up in person to get the best chances for those trails. My friend jon is coming for moab. He thinks a trail ride is going halfway up battlement mesa.(basicly a bunch of bumps) Im going to let him drive my jeep on fins and things thursday. I figure he can basicly point my jeep straight forward on all of the obstacles and we still be fine. Hells Im driving cause it scares the hell outta me. Haha either way hope u can join us on those trails. Fins and things is also a great trail because if ur not wanting to do the whole trail u can leave the group once u get to that campground/porta potty right next to the road.

Im not sure why but I actually enjoy watching everyone try and get up obstacles, I find it fun. Hopefully
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Thanks man. That trail was ALOT rougher on my jeep then I thought. Broke my exo, ripped my front passinger side lower control arm mount in half, bent my tie rod, and snapped my bump stop.
Im going to try to get fins and things on the Thursday the 5th and then hells revenge on Friday the 6th. Im going to try to make a visit to the actual red rock building in moab and sign up in person to get the best chances for those trails. My friend jon is coming for moab. He thinks a trail ride is going halfway up battlement mesa.(basicly a bunch of bumps) Im going to let him drive my jeep on fins and things thursday. I figure he can basicly point my jeep straight forward on all of the obstacles and we still be fine. Hells Im driving cause it scares the hell outta me. Haha either way hope u can join us on those trails. Fins and things is also a great trail because if ur not wanting to do the whole trail u can leave the group once u get to that campground/porta potty right next to the road.

Im not sure why but I actually enjoy watching everyone try and get up obstacles, I find it fun. Hopefully

Make that fins and things Wensday the 4th and hells revenge thursday the 5th.
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Make that fins and things Wensday the 4th and hells revenge thursday the 5th.
I'm working the 4th & 5th
I have the first Sat, Sun Mon off. And the second weekend. I usually like to be out of there before the final sunday. It's a madhouse. From Lions Back to town took us 2 hours a couple years ago. The cops had a portable jail or something set up there & it was a joke trying to drive out.
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Make that fins and things Wensday the 4th and hells revenge thursday the 5th.
Looks like I'll be on Hells with you on Thursday. Getting close!
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Unfortunately, I can't make EJS this year ...

But, is anyone going to be out there the weekend of May 18-20? If so, would you mind if I tag along or would anyone like to get a run together?

That's the first weekend of an 11-day trip I'm doing with some guys and would love to try to meet up with anyone interested in running Rusty Nail, Golden Spike, Moab Rim, etc that weekend. I've run them before, but the 'overlanders' in our group on 32s would have a bit of time on Rusty Nail and the like ...

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I'm hoping to go... this would be my first time in moab, or on any real trail for that matter. My question/hesitation is about kids, young kids. Mine are 3.5 and 5.5 and still in a car-seat and booster seat, respectively. Is there a trail that's safe with carseats? I was thinking Chicken Corners or maybe Secret Spire - not super exciting, I know... but I'm a noob remember. Anyway, has anyone ever done a trail with little kids? Moab is only a few hour drive and I'd hate to miss it, but maybe we'd better just watch? Thoughts?
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Unfortunately, I can't make EJS this year ...

But, is anyone going to be out there the weekend of May 18-20? If so, would you mind if I tag along or would anyone like to get a run together?

That's the first weekend of an 11-day trip I'm doing with some guys and would love to try to meet up with anyone interested in running Rusty Nail, Golden Spike, Moab Rim, etc that weekend. I've run them before, but the 'overlanders' in our group on 32s would have a bit of time on Rusty Nail and the like ...

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I may be able to hook up with you in May. Still open in the front diff so those trails may be a bit much. As it approaches let me see how the work schedule is going. Shoot me a PM or message here later & we'll see. Sounds Fun. Congrats on the new Jeep!
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I may be able to hook up with you in May. Still open in the front diff so those trails may be a bit much. As it approaches let me see how the work schedule is going. Shoot me a PM or message here later & we'll see. Sounds Fun. Congrats on the new Jeep!
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I'm hoping to go... this would be my first time in moab, or on any real trail for that matter. My question/hesitation is about kids, young kids. Mine are 3.5 and 5.5 and still in a car-seat and booster seat, respectively. Is there a trail that's safe with carseats? I was thinking Chicken Corners or maybe Secret Spire - not super exciting, I know... but I'm a noob remember. Anyway, has anyone ever done a trail with little kids? Moab is only a few hour drive and I'd hate to miss it, but maybe we'd better just watch? Thoughts?
I haven't done those trails. According to the book, there are 29 trails listed that are easier than Chicken Corners. I have done several that would be totally safe for younger kids in the Jeep. Shafer Switchbacks & Long Canyon would be great & they are rated more difficult than a dozen others.
Lots of family safe trails out there. Many are more scenic than anything. Could easily be traveled in a stock SUV of any kind.

Feel free to ask more Q's. Lots of folks on here with more trail knowledge than I have.
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Just a reminder 18 more days!!!!

Haha Ive stayed out of billings since just to make sure Ill be in running order for EJS. Cant wait.
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Looks like I'll be on Hells with you on Thursday. Getting close!

Well you would have been. But we had about 18 changes and our group couldnt come to an agreement untill about a week ago. So now, itll be Fins and things on thursday without the ejs guys, and hells on friday. Then saturday, area bfe to watch the rock crawler rigs and then ridding our 4wheelers and dirtbikes around the pritchett and behind the rocks area. Out near the sand dunes.
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I'm hoping to go... this would be my first time in moab, or on any real trail for that matter. My question/hesitation is about kids, young kids. Mine are 3.5 and 5.5 and still in a car-seat and booster seat, respectively. Is there a trail that's safe with carseats? I was thinking Chicken Corners or maybe Secret Spire - not super exciting, I know... but I'm a noob remember. Anyway, has anyone ever done a trail with little kids? Moab is only a few hour drive and I'd hate to miss it, but maybe we'd better just watch? Thoughts?
Both trails are very easy and not at all really dangerous for kids. The only thing I would be concerned about is that Chicken Corners is really a long trail, and there is only 1 way in and out (if you keep it easy that is). If you do that one make sure to watch your kids really carefully at the end of the trail as you end up on a really high cliff overlooking the river.
Secret Spire is great. It's not too long and there's a fun place your kids could run around once you get to the spire.
I would suggest one trail that only takes about an hour. Long Canyon is extremely scenic and it's really fun. I found it a pleasant surprise the first time I took it. There is lots of shade as you drop down into a canyon, but it's not a boring washboard road by any means. It's my wife's favorite trail and we do it every time we go down. Hope you make it down to join all of us! Beware though, you'll get addicted!
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Haha Ive stayed out of billings since just to make sure Ill be in running order for EJS. Cant wait.
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