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Old 01-28-2007, 12:53 PM   #1
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Az Wheeling Yesterday

We went out for a great day of wheeling on a new trail to all of us and one that I have not run before. I forgot the video camera in the truck and was not going back to get it. Joe took a lot of pics and they are here.
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A couple of my rig on the trails.






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Old 01-28-2007, 02:08 PM   #2
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that looks amazing. i need to move to phoenix.

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Old 01-28-2007, 02:45 PM   #3
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We had a good day nobody broke down other then two tires coming off the bead. Only one flop that could not be driven out of. Good trails, great weather, and good friends what more can you ask for?
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Old 01-28-2007, 02:51 PM   #4
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it's looks nice, no mud just some dirt trails. i enjoy the mud, but starting to not enjoy the cleaning afterwards.

i like the nearly stock comment.
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Old 01-28-2007, 03:13 PM   #5
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You "wow" me.....looks like such fun
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Old 01-28-2007, 06:12 PM   #6
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WHERE WAS JACK?????? (1BLKJP) He was scared, most likely, and would have ridden with me anyway..... That was one fun trail, even though Hackles jeep is "2 feet wider" than everyone elses rig, I did drive out of the first waterfall on my side. What side you ask???? Well both really. First it was the Driver side, then the passenger side.... Good fun.


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Great pics and just in time too. I was looking for a new wallpaper.
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Old 01-29-2007, 04:45 PM   #8
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To add to it Joe almost used the top of his jeep on the trail also. On one of the last waterfalls on Upper CD he about went over backwards and had to slam it into reverse to the get the wheels back under the TJ It took him a while to get back in the saddle to try again as he had to clean up
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Old 01-29-2007, 04:55 PM   #9
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sweet trails. looks similar to some of ours except less rocks. i'm with AD though. i love the mud, but hate cleaning (esp in the winter)
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WHERE WAS JACK?????? (1BLKJP) He was scared, most likely, and would have ridden with me anyway..... That was one fun trail, even though Hackles jeep is "2 feet wider" than everyone elses rig, I did drive out of the first waterfall on my side. What side you ask???? Well both really. First it was the Driver side, then the passenger side.... Good fun.


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HMMMMMM, Where was Jack? I don't know maybe no one called Jack to go wheelin this weekend? Hmmm, I think I remember someone telling me earlier in the week. Yeah, I want to get out this weekend I'll give you a call on Friday if we are going.

Looks sick bro, I could've evened out the passenger side to match my drivers side. Was that Upper CD or somewhere else?
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Old 01-29-2007, 07:45 PM   #11
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To add to it Joe almost used the top of his jeep on the trail also. On one of the last waterfalls on Upper CD he about went over backwards and had to slam it into reverse to the get the wheels back under the TJ It took him a while to get back in the saddle to try again as he had to clean up
I can definitely sympathize with that scenario. I have been in that particular predicament, and can say that it does take awhile to get your heart, out of your throat. Thanks again for some spectacular footage. You make me envy, your trails. Again, great stuff!!!!!!!!!! Keep it rolling.
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NO EXCUSE. We wheel EVERY Weekend. Show up at my house by 7am and I GUARANTEE you a wheelin trip . Wanna run Die hard on Sat morn????


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HMMMMMM, Where was Jack? I don't know maybe no one called Jack to go wheelin this weekend? Hmmm, I think I remember someone telling me earlier in the week. Yeah, I want to get out this weekend I'll give you a call on Friday if we are going.

Looks sick bro, I could've evened out the passenger side to match my drivers side. Was that Upper CD or somewhere else?
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NO EXCUSE. We wheel EVERY Weekend. Show up at my house by 7am and I GUARANTEE you a wheelin trip . Wanna run Die hard on Sat morn????


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Nice try, Hackle already called and busted your *ss because you were supposed to call me. I see how it is. A guy thinks he has some friends until it's time to go wheelin.

And HELL YEAH I'm down to hit Die Hard on Sat.
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I can definitely sympathize with that scenario. I have been in that particular predicament, and can say that it does take awhile to get your heart, out of your throat. Thanks again for some spectacular footage. You make me envy, your trails. Again, great stuff!!!!!!!!!! Keep it rolling.
Texas is not that far away from us. Plan a trip and set a date we will show you the best trails. Just make sure you trailer the Jeep as you may not be able to drive it home
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Nice try, Hackle already called and busted your *ss because you were supposed to call me. I see how it is. A guy thinks he has some friends until it's time to go wheelin.

And HELL YEAH I'm down to hit Die Hard on Sat.
Jack we are not running Die Harder we are running Matrix please bring a 5 gal gas can (full) and a flare is this would be the quick way to complete the required trail repairs for your Jeep
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Jack we are not running Die Harder we are running Matrix please bring a 5 gal gas can (full) and a flare is this would be the quick way to complete the required trail repairs for your Jeep
Yeah, no kidding I'd be better off just driving it out in the desert and shooting it instead of attempting Matrix.

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