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Old 07-31-2012, 01:39 PM   #31
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It's really not any harder at night. Just need to slow it down, and pick your lines a little more carefully. I love night runs, especially when you get lost.
Whoop Whoop!!!
I love them gives me a chance to go hide and do the dirty dirty with the girl lol

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Old 07-31-2012, 01:50 PM   #32
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I love them gives me a chance to go hide and do the dirty dirty with the girl lol
Bah, I did the dirty dirty with the GF fifty feet off Crab Flats Road last week. In broad daylight. Whoop Whoop!!!

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Old 07-31-2012, 02:27 PM   #33
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Bah, I did the dirty dirty with the GF fifty feet off Crab Flats Road last week. In broad daylight. Whoop Whoop!!!
You dirty old man
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You dirty old man
Whoop Whoop!!! And she's my dirty dirty girl!!! Yeah, I love her!!!
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Old 07-31-2012, 04:23 PM   #35
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Whoop Whoop!!! And she's my dirty dirty girl!!! Yeah, I love her!!!
Lol
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Old 07-31-2012, 06:59 PM   #36
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I did the dirty once......I forgot to shower..D:
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I did the dirty once......I forgot to shower..D:
Just once? Pathetic. Lol
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Old 07-31-2012, 07:10 PM   #38
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Really fun trail guys. It's very short but challenging. Some Area's I wasn't able to get up with 37's and no lockers.

There are a few bypasses but the first obstacle can't really be bypassed. Take your time and have fun!

Here are some pictures of this trail.















Enjoy!
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Really fun trail guys. It's very short but challenging. Some Area's I wasn't able to get up with 37's and no lockers.

There are a few bypasses but the first obstacle can't really be bypassed. Take your time and have fun!


Enjoy!
Delano, what are you doing August 11th, you should come out and join us.
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Hey man, definitely a possibility. Got a bunch of wrenching to do before that time and hopefully we get it all finished up and get out just in time. I'll be watching the thread for updates though, i appreciate the invitation!

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Hey man, definitely a possibility. Got a bunch of wrenching to do before that time and hopefully we get it all finished up and get out just in time. I'll be watching the thread for updates though, i appreciate the invitation!

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As a newb, I would appreciate your expertise.
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Old 08-01-2012, 01:22 AM   #42
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Really fun trail guys. It's very short but challenging. Some Area's I wasn't able to get up with 37's and no lockers.

There are a few bypasses but the first obstacle can't really be bypassed. Take your time and have fun!

Here are some pictures of this trail.





Enjoy!
That really makes me doubt my mostly stocker jeep...
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Instead of McDonald's can we make it at my uncles restraunt. It's off th 15 north of 210
Throw up an address for that restaraunt when you get a chance dude.

So what's the verdict everyone? Are we doing Rubi's plan then cleghorn at night? Or are we sticking to a day run like the original plan?
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its not nearly as bad as it sounds. we got a stock rubicon tj through the hard part. some had to bypass the harder spots, those with out lockers. this trail changes everytime.

try doing it in the snow! on average and with no snow it should take a group of 10 about 2-3 hours.

in the snow it took nearly 6 or 7 with 4 rigs...







some of the spots off of 2n17x here

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its not nearly as bad as it sounds. we got a stock rubicon tj through the hard part. some had to bypass the harder spots, those with out lockers. this trail changes everytime.

try doing it in the snow! on average and with no snow it should take a group of 10 about 2-3 hours.

in the snow it took nearly 6 or 7 with 4 rigs...



some of the spots off of 2n17x here

Looks like I'll be okay without snow. I'll have to really work the LSD in the back and trick it into hooking up with the brakes though. It looks manageable thanks for the links too!!!
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HMMMMMM I don't think my little 1 inch shackle lift street tired YJ is up for this. Next month I will have the TJ.
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HMMMMMM I don't think my little 1 inch shackle lift street tired YJ is up for this. Next month I will have the TJ.
I don't see why not. You'd be surprised by what that little square head is capable of. And nobody gets left behind. Straps, winches, and snatch blocks are the norm. We'll get you through.
Whoop Whoop!!!
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HMMMMMM I don't think my little 1 inch shackle lift street tired YJ is up for this. Next month I will have the TJ.

I always say you don't know until you try.


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I don't see why not. You'd be surprised by what that little square head is capable of. And nobody gets left behind. Straps, winches, and snatch blocks are the norm. We'll get you through.
Whoop Whoop!!!

That's the plan.
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I always say you don't know until you try.

That's the plan.
x2 on that one. I always bring 2 straps anyways . You never know Hehe. Come on out gunner.
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I'll be a 'Maybe' for this one. I ran it last in Pluke's video above. It was my first run after my lift. I took a few of the 'easier' lines. Time to step it up a little! I want to hit this up again!
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I'll be a 'Maybe' for this one. I ran it last in Pluke's video above. It was my first run after my lift. I took a few of the 'easier' lines. Time to step it up a little! I want to hit this up again!
Come on out man we don't bite
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It was an Omen that the upside down guy had square headlights. I have to decide. TJ rubi for 15K or new rubi for 40K But I gotta be a Round eye.
Besides I can't go wife has me helping her craft group tomorrow. Got to keep her happy if I am going to pull a trigger at the end of the month.
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Ok guys this is where we will be meeting on the 11th prior to the run. El ranchero restraunt. Hi humberto. Sorry, I forgot to answer. 15218 Summit Ave., Ste. 500, Fontana, ca
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It was an Omen that the upside down guy had square headlights. I have to decide. TJ rubi for 15K or new rubi for 40K But I gotta be a Round eye.
Besides I can't go wife has me helping her craft group tomorrow. Got to keep her happy if I am going to pull a trigger at the end of the month.
New Rubi... That no one has ever wheeled.
I'll see what we can do about keeping you under $40,000.00 That's a lot of zeros huh?
Yeah, you better get that honey do list done before you spend that much money on a toy. Lol
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I dunno Rob. I want a lot of gingerbread with my order. Might take some real creative book keeping. Thing is I can pay cash for the TJ and it is already set up. With the JK I will have payments. That is a lotta bucks for 2 extra doors. I am really having a hard time getting my head around the new one. But they are sweet.
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I dunno Rob. I want a lot of gingerbread with my order. Might take some real creative book keeping. Thing is I can pay cash for the TJ and it is already set up. With the JK I will have payments. That is a lotta bucks for 2 extra doors. I am really having a hard time getting my head around the new one. But they are sweet.
No worries. If you go pre owned, get it checked out by a reputable mechanic first. If you go new, I'll make you a great deal.
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I don't see why not. You'd be surprised by what that little square head is capable of. And nobody gets left behind. Straps, winches, and snatch blocks are the norm. We'll get you through.
Whoop Whoop!!!
Getting the strap brings back bad memories of childhood trauma.
But I did manage miller with only getting strapped twice right at the end.
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Getting the strap brings back bad memories of childhood trauma.
But I did manage miller with only getting strapped twice right at the end.
Looks like the same spot I caught my front diff, and got strapped myself. It happens. Whoop Whoop!!!
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Mine kept hitting the gas tank skid. The rubis on 33's walked it like it was a parking lot.
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Mine kept hitting the gas tank skid. The rubis on 33's walked it like it was a parking lot.
I usually walk through it no problem. But stuff happens. And everybody gets strapped at some point. Except mall crawlers & web wheelers. Lol

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