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Old 09-21-2004, 09:29 AM
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Originally Posted by SloPoke
No he wasn't.

He was the lead vehicle in HIS group.
Ah, a little friction there? All I know is I saw him heading up the powerline hill first...

speaking of that, could a maroon 4runner be confused with a maroon chevy?
{rhetorical question}

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Old 09-21-2004, 09:35 AM
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^^that was exactly my point, i let someone else say it for me.

as far as the maroon chevy deal, we were tryin to figure that out as well. We just figured it was his 4runner they were talkin about.
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Old 09-21-2004, 12:31 PM
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Originally Posted by Injohneer
Ah, a little friction there? All I know is I saw him heading up the powerline hill first...

speaking of that, could a maroon 4runner be confused with a maroon chevy?
{rhetorical question}
No friction here.
He had nothing to do with YT or Violent so if he wants to take a different route to the trail than the convoy, or head off away from the group whilst the group is waiting for someone that's broke down, by all means, he can do it. If he wants to be part of the group, he needs to BE part of the group. Not a guy that bolts or complains when others run in to problems.
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Old 09-21-2004, 01:23 PM
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Well hell, I think his 4runner looks pretty cool anyway , just curious if it was anyone here.
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Ched, who had problems?
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Old 09-21-2004, 05:10 PM
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Nathan: Don't get me wrong. He's a nice guy that's pretty informative. Owns a really nice SAS'd runner on 35 BFG M/T's but on the way to the trail he went his own way and almost got the convoy seperated. Then once we hit the trail and someone got hung up or a flat, he bailed on the group and wheeled on his own to later meet up with the group and jump in front trying to dictate wich trail the group took. That would of normally been fine but this group was way diverse and not everyone wanted to run hardcore trails. Bad trail/wheeler etiquette is all. Other than that, nice rig.
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Originally Posted by outdoorfever
ranski, didnt you have a trip this weekend?
No...it was the weekend before...I went to Tuttle in Manhattan, Kansas.

Came back with a crazy vibration in what I thought was the driveline. Turns out to be the tires that can no longer be balanced. Guess I took off a little too much tread wheelin on Sunday.

Only decent pic from the day...


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Randy thats some pretty good sized rock!
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Old 09-22-2004, 08:58 AM
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Originally Posted by Ranski
Came back with a crazy vibration in what I thought was the driveline. Turns out to be the tires that can no longer be balanced. Guess I took off a little too much tread wheelin on Sunday.
Ranski,

What'd you air down to? I hit 16 in front and 20 in back and both did pretty good, although I think I may stay with 20 all round next trip.

They did as good as I expected, but didn't really have a lot of mud to try them out with. However, on the rocks they were good and I don't think I lost any tread (well, no visible damage). heh, mine are still balanced!
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I typically run 18lbs front & back. As for my tires they do have 60K on them and although they still have good tread, they have thrown some serious chucks over the past year.
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