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Old 08-02-2010, 06:45 PM   #31
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I installed the same flat fenders on my previous TJ gooseofdeuce and I liked them a lot. Cons-Stable installed his after reading my writeup on them. If I can find it, I'll post a link to it. Made from ABS plastic, the same thing football helmets are made of, they are pretty tough.
There ya have it Goose. I really liked the way they looked and the price tag. They have held up well though since I have put them on. I have had them on for a few months now and all I have noticed is some slight fading (but what do you expect when your average summer temps are around 115 :P ) But I would recommend them to anyone. It was a pretty straight forward and simple mod.

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Are there any more pictures from this weekend that haven't been posted yet? I've been promising a few friends pics of my rig on its first trail outing and was just curious if there are more that show my Jeep, especially at the opening to John Bull.

I gotta get a new camera, I cannot believe I broke my camera while getting the rig ready for that weekend.

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Are there any more pictures from this weekend that haven't been posted yet? I've been promising a few friends pics of my rig on its first trail outing and was just curious if there are more that show my Jeep, especially at the opening to John Bull.

I gotta get a new camera, I cannot believe I broke my camera while getting the rig ready for that weekend.
All the ones I have are up. There were a few of you heading down but never heading up...Im waitin to see your video that turd did
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Working on vid. My internet carrier stated that I need to reduce the file to send as an attachment. Should have it resolved before the weekend.

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Wait a minute! Wait a minute! Ummmm Whats on the video
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We have some very slow moving beer, Jerry climbing the first leg of John Bull and a couple of other random things like that.

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We have some very slow moving beer...
Slow moving my ass Jeff, I started pouring that great tasting beer you made into my glass and that nice head it formed immediately came foaming out all over my hand.
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Oh but it was sooo good! I think your girl got me putting my face in it!
Well where is it?
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If yuo want to see larger pics go to my photobucket

07312010 Jeep Camping pictures by OhDidYouSeeThat - Photobucket

if that doesnt work I'm OhDidYouSeeThat on photobucket.com
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Here is a link to the rest of the pics and some vids taken from my camera. Enjoy.
Pictures by turdhurdler - Photobucket

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He was a tool. Crying cause our group was taking a bit of time, then having a monster V-8, huge tires, lockers and still not being able to go up the step. His Toy did sound good though.

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He was a tool. Crying cause our group was taking a bit of time, then having a monster V-8, huge tires, lockers and still not being able to go up the step. His Toy did sound good though.

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It looked an sounded awesome. I on't know what he was planning on doing after he past the last two people in our group though. wait 50 ft ahea of where he was waiting before?

His wheels weren't even turning when he tried to get up it...
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I think he needed to regear for those big tires. It sounded to me like it had no low end gears.
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I think he needed to regear for those big tires. It sounded to me like it had no low end gears.
With the money he probably dumped into that rig, I dunno why he wouldnt have regeared.
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I could not figure out where he thought he would be going. If he would have made it up then he would be sitting anyway. A few bad attitudes from people on the trail. Especially the ol' gal missing some teeth. I kind of laughed it off because karma is a B!TCH. I had a great time.
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Hey KTM. I know I know you from somewhere. Are you from Orange County and do you ride in Superstition at all?
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Hey KTM. I know I know you from somewhere. Are you from Orange County and do you ride in Superstition at all?
I live around the LA County area north of Orange County. I ride all over the place but I am not sure where Superstition is. Perhaps we have met on the trails at some time. Where is Superstition anyway? I have heard of it but
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I live around the LA County area north of Orange County. I ride all over the place but I am not sure where Superstition is. Perhaps we have met on the trails at some time. Where is Superstition anyway? I have heard of it but
Off the 8 fwy east of Plaster City and southeast of Ocotillo Wells. You have desert floor and some dunes. We never run paddles. Great mellow place. It is right next to a bombing range. "Don't kick the fins!"
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The backside of Superstition has some pretty awesome tight twisty trails too, some are very challenging.
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Hey tlrrob, I have never been down that far in the desert. I go to Anza Borrego quite often and also Ocotillo recently around October last year. Sounds like a good place to visit though.

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