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Old 11-03-2012, 12:40 PM   #1
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Rock Run Patton PA Trip Two (Sunday 11/3/12)

Still time to go to this if you want to wheel! show up sunday at 9am, with a toy or 20 bucks, and support Toys for Tots and have a great day of wheeling in Patton Pa. Park is fun, lots of trails. I will be showing a few stock rigs around, so anyone is welcome. There are several clubs going to be there.

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Old 11-03-2012, 10:00 PM   #2
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I'll be there keep for eyes open for me. Jeep is a little different, it's riding on 36's.

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Old 11-03-2012, 11:15 PM   #3
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I'll be there keep for eyes open for me. Jeep is a little different, it's riding on 36's.
Ya saw you on your swpa forum page. Talked to a few guys from your club on a few diff forums before. See you up there!
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Old 11-04-2012, 05:40 PM   #4
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Fun day. Our friend yj had some mechical issues that held us back. Me and my friend Marc finished out the day on some black sections and some blues. Trails were very slick. Marc bashed a fender in. Also saw a nice Tj with the gr8 half top we liked.
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Old 11-04-2012, 06:30 PM   #5
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I saw you ya today while you were up on the trail. We were headed back to the blue/ black trails in the back. Maybe next year we can hook up. At least got to see your jeep. There sure were a lot of jeeps that had trees attached to their doors. Lol
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Old 11-04-2012, 07:07 PM   #6
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Yeah, my buddy marc mentioned he saw you and you said something! Yeah definitely. We were pulling those YJ's through some easier trails, the one lost 4wd, and had a ton of electrical problems start up. We spent about 1.5 hours getting him running and out of there. The other YJ just got stuck alot, we finally made him park it so we could finish the trail lol. Got into the other two sections outside of radio road finally, some nice rocks over at oak lanes. Yeah, we were suprised how many jeeps showed up, and yeah the trees on the doors were nice, lol!
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Old 11-04-2012, 08:27 PM   #7
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They did 44 jeeps were registered at desk. I spotted your jeep and saw him standing there watching you. I figured that had to be you bought I figured I'd all any way. Couple from my group couldn't make it, he tore his front ring and pinion up at jj in Kentucky last week. So next year we will have to meet up and wheel together since you know the trails better.
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Yep, I was just playing around waiting for that one YJ to catch up I think. Yeah, today was only the second time I have been there, but I go to school 15 minutes away... So I plan on quite a few trips up there. Seems fun. I need to do an axle swap and get some bigger rubber and a rear locker to get on some of the real fun stuff though.
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I have rear Detroit swapping in high pinion with locker and a 8.25 both or of my buddy's XJ everything already trussed and locked. Going to be using his front long arm he fabbed and building double triangulated rear. This is happening in about a month.
Do you know anybody interested in Trac bars front and rear they are jks. I don't need them since he's building everything. I have rear bracket also. Check out FB Redneck fab that's our build page. Scott Dinger look me up.
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Old 11-04-2012, 08:52 PM   #11
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I have rear Detroit swapping in high pinion with locker and a 8.25 both or of my buddy's XJ everything already trussed and locked. Going to be using his front long arm he fabbed and building double triangulated rear. This is happening in about a month.
Do you know anybody interested in Trac bars front and rear they are jks. I don't need them since he's building everything. I have rear bracket also. Check out FB Redneck fab that's our build page. Scott Dinger look me up.

I can ask around, you would prob get rid of them if you list on here and pennswoods.

I will be doing an 8.8 this summer and prob a hp30 front unless I decide to go bigger. I have an aussie in the front currently. Then do the hiline, shock outboard, etc. prob gona try to do something like a wishbone 4 rear on the 8.8 I haven't completely decided yet.

Yours sounds like it'll be nice.
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Sounds like we're both going bigger, cause We ain't going home!!!!!
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Heck yeah!

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