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Old 07-10-2013, 11:42 PM   #1
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4wheeling in the Summer

I just moved to Las Vegas from Flagstaff, Az (with summer temps in the 80s). I'm looking for some tips for off roading in the heat. I would like to go out this weekend and want to be prepared. Other then no A/C, lots of water, and taking easy any tips to keep her running cool?

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I sometimes host night runs. In 2007, a group of us ran Joshua Tree from 9 PM until 7 a.m. The trails were great at night, but required plenty of light. No need for sunscreen, but at 7 a.m., the Coachella valley began to bake!
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