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Topic Review (Newest First)
09-29-2008 06:56 PM
Originally Posted by Rawkon View Post
sweet pics!!! where in cali is this?
California Trails

best answer anyone could ask for

I plan on running either Slickrock or Pardoe the weekend of Nov 8/9 also if anyone wants to go. I haven't been to either but heard they are both great
09-28-2008 02:06 AM
Rawkon sweet pics!!! where in cali is this?
09-28-2008 01:42 AM
SurfnSnow Cool pics
09-15-2008 06:43 PM
Deer Valley, Blue Lake area of Tahoe

Finally got some tires and just had to come back here and show how she did in Deer Valley Tahoe, CA... It's amazing how much difference a set of tires make with everything else stock, besides a BB 2inch lift.

Just ordered D44 front and rear with Tru Locs. RE 4.5in LA, 1in body lift, 35's, and a Warn winch was just given to me by a buddy who upgraded. I'm addicted...

I'll add some more links with some vid in a sec, uploading to Photobucket at the moment

First time flexing with the front sway disconnected

Yea, got stuck. Rear diff hung and both my rear wheels were off the ground. Took a tree branch and lifted one side of the truck to shove rocks under the tire...It worked

Wes looking like a fool

At the top of Deer Valley trail above Blue Lake, 8000ft

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