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Old 08-01-2013, 06:26 PM   #1
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Poison Spyder's Photos From All-4-Fun 2013

Here are some of our photos from All-4-Fun, which is currently still going on so we'll be adding more.














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Old 08-01-2013, 06:29 PM   #2
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Old 08-05-2013, 12:21 PM   #3
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Old 08-05-2013, 03:42 PM   #4
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I'm a bit jelly! Nice.
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I don't want to sound like an idiot here, but I'm new to this so here goes. Is this considered high level/professional off roading? It seems pretty extreme to me, but I have no idea what I'm looking at.

In the sports I play for example we have casual fighters, weekend warriors, amateur fighters, semi pro, and high end professional fighters. These pics look like the equivalent of high end professionals to me, is this correct?

The reason I'm asking is so I have a gauge of what the levels looks like. For example, if these are casual drivers....then I am a huge pussy!!! HAHAHAHA
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Old 08-06-2013, 09:31 AM   #6
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GladiatorMMA, those photos are mostly on the higher end of the scale in terms of difficulty/extreme wheeling. Sure there are even tougher venues and even more hard core built rigs, but for many folks the wheeling in these photos would represent the top of the scale for what you would find at most Jeep trail events. However, don't let something like that discourage you. At most events, and this one included, there are usually many different types of trails to choose from, spanning the difficulty range from easy dirt roads to rock crawling like you see in some of those photos. Of course we tend to post the most "extreme" photos we have, as they're more impressive, and usually more interesting to most folks than a stock Jeep on a flat dirt road.
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GladiatorMMA, those photos are mostly on the higher end of the scale in terms of difficulty/extreme wheeling. Sure there are even tougher venues and even more hard core built rigs, but for many folks the wheeling in these photos would represent the top of the scale for what you would find at most Jeep trail events. However, don't let something like that discourage you. At most events, and this one included, there are usually many different types of trails to choose from, spanning the difficulty range from easy dirt roads to rock crawling like you see in some of those photos. Of course we tend to post the most "extreme" photos we have, as they're more impressive, and usually more interesting to most folks than a stock Jeep on a flat dirt road.
Phew!! Thanks for the response. I was worried that these were just average Joes. Very cool and inspiring stuff you're doing. Gives me something to shoot for in 10 or 15 years. HAHA
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Damn. I thought that was the trail to get to the extreme areas...


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So i saw that orange jeep in the pritchett parking lot earlier this spring while my wife and I were camping in the RV and riding motorbikes / mtn bikes. The owner was super cool guy and wasnt afraid to chat with me for a bit as i checked out his jeep. I had no idea that it was a famous jeep or what poison spyder was at the time. So to daddy long legs dude thanks for being such a great person to everyone you meet! Earned my business as I start modifying my jeep!
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Everytime I see Daddy Long Legs I have to look a little closer. That's just a cool Jeep. Been looking around at different LJ's to build myself. I think they are a good mix. Love all the Spyder parts. Love seeing all the pictures. Follow them on FB and love seeing the builds and all the sweet pics.
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Hey guys the photos posted here are just a few of the shots we have, edited to post on Facebook, here and elsewhere. But we have a ton more from All-4-Fun if you'd like to check them out:

Holy Cross 1
Holy Cross 2
Carnage Canyon
Mosquito Pass & Wheeler Lake
Halfmoon Creek & Champion
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