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Old 07-28-2013, 02:12 PM   #1
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7/27/13 Carnage Canyon Photos!

Thanks to snapping a d60 inner shaft I could spend the day snapping photos!

Flickr: abrown3mtg's Photostream

Killer day....

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That's the real deal. Nice pics.

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Old 07-28-2013, 02:52 PM   #3
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Carnage Canyon 7/27/13 - a set on Flickr For some reason I can't edit my post.... this is a link to the set specific to the run...
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Great Pics!
How did you manage to break a D60 axle?
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Great Pics!
How did you manage to break a D60 axle?
Combination of a very stressed older stock passenger inner axle shaft mixed with binding up the tire while a winch line was connected.... I'm still trying to wrap my head around it... It was a bit of a fluke..... New chromo shafts will go in this week along with the hydro assist, flipping the tie rod behind the axle and some crane or solid industry knuckles....
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Boy some of the better pics of Carnage Canyon I have seen. Lots of fun till you broke. My Chinaman's group was waiting at the top for you guys to come out. Too bad you had to turn around. Oh well Shit Happens
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Boy some of the better pics of Carnage Canyon I have seen. Lots of fun till you broke. My Chinaman's group was waiting at the top for you guys to come out. Too bad you had to turn around. Oh well Shit Happens
I stuck around the notch for a bit but abandoned my "anchor" for the day and got to experience the rest of the trail (including the exit without pulling line once)! Incredible trail! That rock obstacle/sidehill after the large climb on exit to me was by far the most intimidating part of the entire run! Walking the trail prior I knew it would be dicey, but it felt MUCH worse than it looked!

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