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Old 04-01-2008, 05:36 PM   #61
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If you disconnect your Anti Rock I'm sure this spring would become property of Mason, TX!


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If you didn't like that then you will really hate this.

If you disconnect your Anti Rock I'm sure this spring would become property of Mason, TX!

It had about an inch until it popped out.

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That place looks alot like Katmacy out in Mason Texas.
Mason is down south as well. I think it is right by Llano, may actually be in the same county.
Either way, the place is a BLAST..

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That place looks alot like Katmacy out in Mason Texas.
Mason is down south as well. 99% sure it is really close to where you mentioned.
Yep same area. Katemcy is about 15 miles away.
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It had about an inch until it popped out.
I think the picture is really weird. I've been staring at it for awhile. I can't quite figure out what is going on in your suspension but it looks really unbalanced to me. What hole do you have your ends links in?
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I think the picture is really weird. I've been staring at it for awhile. I can't quite figure out what is going on in your suspension but it looks really unbalanced to me. What hole do you have your ends links in?
The last hole. On the end.
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I think the picture is really weird. I've been staring at it for awhile. I can't quite figure out what is going on in your suspension but it looks really unbalanced to me. What hole do you have your ends links in?
What looks unbalanced to you Andy? I think in that spot even with all the travel you and I have we'd pull a tire too.
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Here's another pic of the same spot.



This are is a lot more off camber than it looks. There's a video somewhere in this thread that show a YJ (I think) going driving through the same spot.

EDIT: It's a TJ.

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What looks unbalanced to you Andy? I think in that spot even with all the travel you and I have we'd pull a tire too.
Not so much lifting a tire. It just looks like the rear isn't working. I can't quite place it.

EDIT: I just watched the video. Makes more sense now cause the suspension was unloading to the other side. Must just be the position when the picture was taken.
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Not so much lifting a tire. It just looks like the rear isn't working. I can't quite place it.

EDIT: I just watched the video. Makes more sense now cause the suspension was unloading to the other side. Must just be the position when the picture was taken.
I saw the same thing. There is absolutely no body roll in that rig. I had to watch the video also to realize how off camber that really was.
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If you didn't like that then you will really hate this.

If you disconnect your Anti Rock I'm sure this spring would become property of Mason, TX!

yeah, they'd probably get it and stick it right in the mail out to Mason,TX
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yeah, they'd probably get it and stick it right in the mail out to Mason,TX
That's pretty clever. How's that workin out for ya?
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not too bad. thanks for asking.
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Here's another pic of the same spot.



This are is a lot more off camber than it looks. There's a video somewhere in this thread that show a YJ (I think) going driving through the same spot.

EDIT: It's a TJ.

whoa, i know i'd have to change my underwear after that
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Scout, how did the Toyota do as a tow rig?
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It did great. I used the Tundra instead of the Sequoia and it pulled really well in the hills around Llano. I averaged 12.8 mpg going and 12.4 coming home. There were times when I didn't even realize the Jeep was back there.

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Do you know what the weight of the jeep and trailer are? The gas mileage is good, thats about what I got with my chevy pulling my jeep IIRC. I used a U-Haul trailer which might have been lighter.
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I don't know for sure but my guess would be: Jeep 4,500 - 5,000 pounds and the trailer 1,600 - 1,800 pounds.
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As for me; I lived too!

I was sick as a Dog Mon, Tues, and Wed!

I'm sure it was that 19" of rain or not having the smarts to put on a Jacket when I got cold!

I need to take a few pics of my Violated Steering Stabelizer!

LP Freame and Driver rear trail light are all fixed.

When do we go somewhere else?
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Hey Greg, when will Jeep Tales be updated?
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I have one or two more things I need to do I'll have them up later this week.
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Scout, looks like a blast! Great pics and videos.
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Exclamation First Draft????

Texas Spur JJUSA attendees ď2Ē
Mother Nature ďZeroĒ


Now that the dust has settled from the 2008 Spring Texas Spur Jeep Jamboree taking place just south of Llano, Texas March 28th-30th, at our host location nestled in the spectacular Texas Hill Country at the Rugged; ďInks RanchĒ. Itís time to put the weekend in perspective and add some sort of written record of our adventure together to accompany the digital photos and video we collected from our weekend together.

As I look over the thousands of photos submitted on site by generous Jeep fans just like you, I canít help but think; this event gets better each time we go. In 2005 when JeepTales first started as an online photo archive of Jeep Events from around the United States no one ever imagined both the First Texas Spur and JeepTales would morph into what they have become today.
In 2007 JeepTales enjoyed nearly 5,000,0000 unique visitors who dropped in, either take part in some sort of the sensory participation weather it was to view photos, watch a few videos or ease drop on a couple of our on-site PodCast. Who knows, a few of those visitors might have even stopped in to read our event reviews.

We have now assembled a fairly recognizable team of JeepTales Agents who help our cause behaving like Wheeliní Disciples, spreading the word about JeepTales.com and who also assist the world at large to learn more about The Jeep Jamboree USA Experience through our website, Jeep On-line Forums and other dynamic enthusiast publications. I canít begin to thank all of your enough for your continued support you have offered us over the last few years and we hope to continue to grow and serve your needs for years to come.

As the JJUSA participants representing ten states gathered for the 4th Spring Texas Spur Jeep Jamboree approached our home away from home for the weekend, The Oxford Ranch Campground many of them who had made the pilgrimage in past years made the observation that our welcoming familiar purple flowing carpet of lush Texas Bluebonnets was noticeably absent compared to years past. Iím told that if the rainfall in October is low the crop of Spring Wildflowers Season will suffer the following spring. There were a few small patches of the welcoming native Texas Flora but in a considerably smaller quantity than what we were accustomed to. Although I must admit the bright pink flowers form the blossoming Mountain Laurel was a welcomed familiar site as I drove in to Llano form West Texas on Thursday afternoon.

It was the lack of Bluebonnets that was our first hint that perhaps Mother Nature was going to throw us a curveball this weekend. For the past few years the only weather setbacks we have suffered was a few cold nights a half day or so of spotty rain and a burn-ban or two eliminating our friendly nighttime campfires. This year we were in for the Full-Monty there was a three month long burn-ban in effect. The weather prognosticators had predicted a 40%-60% chance of rain and sever Thunderstorms for the better part of the weekend. The forecast called for extremely wet weather creating new and unique challenges for this particular venue. The Massive Pink Granit Domes become incredibly slick when they are wet making not only walking but driving extremely hazardous. As the water sheets off the rock it creates mud puddles at the entrance point of many of the obstacles adding yet one more degree of complexity as Jeep and driver are forced to spin off the excess mud to gain the much needed traction to traverse the obstacles we have come searching for.

As you free your tires of excess mud and moisture the other challenge comes from suddenly gaining traction on the rough Granit surface often if you are applying too much throttle the sudden tire grip can cause catastrophic results to your drive line components.

As we began our adventure Tony Winkler the area JJUSA Coordinator emphasized the importance of paying close attention to you spotters and trail guides during the Friday Morning drivers safety meeting to make sure we were all as out of harm's way as possible during our Off-Pavement journey. Thursday evening had been clear and cool with a few light mistings in the afternoon, but no real measurable precipitation. On Friday morning we were greeted by low hanging clouds flat light and almost what could have been described as a fog. All the drivers and riders who had been to a Texas Spur before were well aware of what the ranch held in store for them today slick obstacles and new challenges that would test all of their modifications since the last visit to the Inks Ranch. Everyone I visited with at breakfast that morning was up to the challenge and could hardly wait to hit the trail. After a hardy breakfast and gathering up our lunches we grouped into our respective color groups for our wheelingí adventure.

There was an unusually high number of first time attendees (a Dozen or so by my count) most of whom were guest of Grubbs Jeep who were gifted a coveted ticket by this Generous Jeep Dealer as a Thanks for their 4x4 Jeep Purchase during this past year. Tickets for the Spring Texas Spur Jeep Jamboree are not easy to come by because of the high demand. In fact this event sold out on December 2nd 2007, less then 24 hours after the tickets had gone on sale. I had the pleasure of visiting with a few of the Texas Spur Rookies on Thursday night and they were all equally excited about the privilege of being able to attend such a highly desirable event. Most of the Texas Spur Tenderfoot attendees were well prepared for this event because they had been to JeepTales.com or had come across other articles about this event like the Story in www.JPFreek.com from the year before.

On both Friday and Saturday we were met by just about every type of Spring Weather Challenge one would expect. We had some wind, chilly afternoon and evenings and from time to time heavy rainfall. One good thing about the weather was it helped to keep down the dust on the long dirt road ride onto and off the ranch. We had a few axles, Drive Shafts, U-joints, a spider gear or two which fell victim to the traction issues and at least one blown transfer case. Most of the damage was repaired by day two or folks made due with what they could. There were a few folks who suffered a bruise or scrape from slipping on the slick rock. But all and all we managed to escape any severe damage or any real injury. All and all I would have to say the foul weather added a new demotion to this event many of us had never experienced before.

On Friday night we had such a tremendous rainfall a few tent campers had to move because their tents were taking on water. I for one love the sound of rain on my tent at night but several times during the night I could feel the charge of static electricity on my arm hair just prior to the clap of lightning and thunder. The storms made of an interesting night of camping. On Saturday night as I gathered digital Photos some one mentioned to me that the county wide burn-ban had been lifted so when I was done gathering photos I could join my friends at our common camping area and relax by the warm flames of a welcomed campfire.

Besides the joking and cutting up that happens around a campfire like this oneÖ Made up of my friends from www.WranglerForum.com I heard the same comment over and over again. ďThis was the best Texas Spur I have been to so far and I can hardly wait for September and next Spring!Ē I know all of my friends are all planning on coming backÖ We hope to see more of you next time!

Thank you: Inks Ranch, Oxford Ranch Campground, Jeep Jamboree USA, San Antonio Jeep Exclusive Trail Guides, Tony and Nancy Winkler for all you do for this event. And thank you my friends who make this trip year after year making it one of the most exciting Off-Pavement events a person could ask for. I hope we continue meeting you at our tiny slice of Hill Country Heaven for years to come.
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Hy Greg, don't publish that just yet. I'm making some changes to it and I'll email it to you.
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Hy Greg, don't publish that just yet. I'm making some changes to it and I'll email it to you.
Don't forget and leave out the part where you needed the "strap".
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Don't forget and leave out the part where you needed the "strap".
*Ahem*, it was a winch cable with almost no tension on it.
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*Ahem*, it was a winch cable with almost no tension on it.
Thanks for the proof read!

I thought you were doing like Roy Said "Not being straped but pulling some one out in reverse!"

and that you had photo proof.

What did you think of the proof?

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