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Old 02-04-2012, 06:23 PM   #31
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Awsome!!!! how did you get out of your rig? doesn't look like there is much room to step out and I dont see anyone in the captains chair.
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That rock is huge. Not much room on the passenger side, but the drivers side had a few feet to spare. JCF's husband Jeff guided me out there while the woman screamed at me. It was fun.

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These are all great!! thanks guys. Makes my mouth water.lol

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Old 02-04-2012, 06:27 PM   #34
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I get that a lot too.....
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Old 02-04-2012, 06:29 PM   #35
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Hey, I bought a used XR 250 from a guy in Ft Lupton back in 87. Talk about livin in the country.
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Old 02-04-2012, 06:30 PM   #36
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Thanks Bruce. I've got more pics of Moab than you'll care to look at, I can promise you that...

Shafer/Potash

Fins N Things 1

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Are these on Photobucket Josh?
I use Picasa Web Albums. I thought you had the links already. Sorry.
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Hey, I bought a used XR 250 from a guy in Ft Lupton back in 87. Talk about livin in the country.
yeah it's nice and quite out here. at least till i get the toys out that go bang
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Wow, those are nice pics. Thanks for sharing. I love the one on fins 1 where that hole in the rock is. I want to do that trail when I come down for easter. Never been on it b4.
Would you say it is comperable to Hells Revenge as far as difficulty?
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Wow, those are nice pics. Thanks for sharing. I love the one on fins 1 where that hole in the rock is. I want to do that trail when I come down for easter. Never been on it b4.
Would you say it is comperable to Hells Revenge as far as difficulty?
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Fins is easier, IMO, than Hells. You won't have any trouble.
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wow, those are nice pics. Thanks for sharing. I love the one on fins 1 where that hole in the rock is. I want to do that trail when i come down for easter. Never been on it b4.
Would you say it is comperable to hells revenge as far as difficulty?
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Fins is easier, IMO, than Hells. You won't have any trouble.
Cool. I want to do it fo sho!!! Thanks!
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Wow, those are nice pics. Thanks for sharing. I love the one on fins 1 where that hole in the rock is.
That wasn't on the trail exactly. We were messing around after we hit Sand Flats road and spotted that. We had to hike a good distance back to get to it.
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That wasn't on the trail exactly. We were messing around after we hit Sand Flats road and spotted that. We had to hike a good distance back to get to it.
Crap, I wanted to center my Jeep in it & take a picture.
Cool shot tho!!
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What is the best time of year to go there? I was planning on going the week before Memorial day but I'm not sure what the weather is at that time.
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What is the best time of year to go there? I was planning on going the week before Memorial day but I'm not sure what the weather is at that time.
Anytime but when it's 90+ degrees. Memorial weekend or thereabouts should be wonderful. Spring & fall are nice. I went snow wheeling with JCF, Barrie & Bobby T & had a blast. Top of the World, Dome Platue.
When it's slick or wet you just have to choose your trails wisely. Plenty to choose from.
If you want company let me know when you are going down there. If I'm off we'll try to gather the troops & do a convoy!!!

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What is the best time of year to go there? I was planning on going the week before Memorial day but I'm not sure what the weather is at that time.
If I get my tires and lift done before you go I'd love to join you guys
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Anytime but when it's 90+ degrees. Memorial weekend or thereabouts should be wonderful. Spring & fall are nice. I went snow wheeling with JCF, Barrie & Bobby T & had a blast. Top of the World, Dome Platue.
When it's slick or wet you just have to choose your trails wisely. Plenty to choose from.
If you want company let me know when you are going down there. If I'm off we'll try to gather the troops & do a convoy!!!

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I am thinking that i'll leave on either may 18th afternoon or 19th early and coming back on the 26th of 27th depending on the Memorial day crowd..Let me know if you want to go. there is plenty of time to prepare.
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If I get my tires and lift done before you go I'd love to join you guys
We can do trails that you can enjoy & do w/o damage in your unlifted rig, so come either way!! More the merrier.

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I am thinking that i'll leave on either may 18th afternoon or 19th early and coming back on the 26th of 27th depending on the Memorial day crowd..Let me know if you want to go. there is plenty of time to prepare.
I'm off both those weekends so it could work for us.
What kind of trails would you be interested in doing?
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Probably want to stay class 8 or less for me.. Poison spyder; hells revenge; fins; some of the othe big trails.. I havent ever been there in my Jeep so it's new to me. been there on a bike and that's it. I run a 3.5 Tereflex 33" tires and haven't got to a locker upgrade yet so that should kinda say.
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[QUOTE=Colo-TJ;1996708]Probably want to stay class 8 or less for me.. Poison spyder; hells revenge; fins; some of the othe big trails.. I havent ever been there in my Jeep so it's new to me. been there on a bike and that's it. I run a 3.5 Tereflex 33" tires and haven't got to a locker upgrade yet so that should kinda say.[/QUOTE

Sounds like fun. Hell's R is one of my favoites. Want to do fins too. Poison Spider sounds good to. Heck really haven't been on a bad trail. Parts of Dome Plateu were so cool. I'd do that trail again any day.
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I'm off both those weekends so it could work for us.
What kind of trails would you be interested in doing?
Area BFE...
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i saw that in your pics... it realy DOES exist
What is it?
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WOW!!! Thats all I got...Wow!!
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Area BFE...
We had a good time there watching the madness. We dropped down the back side into that wash & climbed the steep (to me) dirt trail to the top, parked our jeep there. then we hiked west to one of the trails & were entertained by the crawlers. Deffinately a great time.
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Yeah watching would be pretty fun. I don't think I'll ever be ready for that kinda extreme stuff. some of those rgs a no longer jeeps.
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Yeah watching would be pretty fun. I don't think I'll ever be ready for that kinda extreme stuff. some of those rgs a no longer jeeps.
That's pretty much the requirement for BFE. It's the big boy's playground. Buggys are the norm. You won't see a Jeep like mine out there seriously trying to wheel hard. I might play around a bit but it's extreme there.
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That's pretty much the requirement for BFE. It's the big boy's playground. Buggys are the norm. You won't see a Jeep like mine out there seriously trying to wheel hard. I might play around a bit but it's extreme there.
It's different when you have to drive your rig home. These guys all had trailers for their rigs. And we saw a bunch of stuff get busted up. A rich mans sport for sure.

Heck. I like parking by the escalator or Potato Salad Hill & watching the carnage there. Don't have to be spinning tires to be having a good time out there.

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