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08-19-2013 10:39 PM
z0dski Awesome! Looks like it should be fine for the balloons that are wrapped around my wheels right now assuming I go slow and watch my path.
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08-19-2013 04:32 PM
z0dski
Tin Cup

I posted a bit back looking for some trails, and after looking through most of the trails on TrailDamage I've decided I want to give Tin Cup Pass a go. I'll be up over Labor Day weekend and I'll be traveling with a Friend so I'll have a trail buddy.

Anyone been up over Tin Cup recently? My main concern is sharp things, I'm still on the stock Wrangler STs that are on the 16" wheels, as I don't have the money (darn down payments) or the time to get some new rubber on it before we head up in 2 weeks.

I plan on taking the new path, I don't think my stocker will be happy about the boulders.

Anything, other than pointy rocks, I should pay particularly close mind to?

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