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Old 03-22-2009, 10:50 PM
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I so wish I was there....

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Old 03-23-2009, 06:58 AM
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glad you finally got the link up. i dont know what in the world i was doing at the top of the hill, i think i was trying to drive up the side but i was in 2lo and couldnt figure out why i couldnt go forward..lol i forget some times when doing light wheeling
Dude, you should have seen it from my perspective 'cause the right front tire was CRANKED over into that tree. That's when I started callin' over channel 5!!!


Atleast, you didn't stall yours going down.... Stupid ledge.

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Old 03-23-2009, 07:34 AM
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Sweet videos. You should come with next time scoob. Come here on spring break and run the Swamp Trail ha!
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Old 03-23-2009, 07:43 AM
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im soo pissed that my truck wasn't ready when you guys went, i will definetly be on the next one.
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GREAT THREAD ALGRANGER!!!
Great pictures
Got me all excited to wheel!
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Alright uploaded another video of al waterholin and some more pictures.

Video of al: (I wont even try the embed thing again :X )

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V_FMUG69vR4

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You can see the top of the toureg behind Bigbluepile.








I think he lost his key.


al playing on the hill










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Old 03-23-2009, 04:04 PM
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That place looks like a metric ton of fun!!! Great pics everyone =)
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Old 03-23-2009, 04:12 PM
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I'm tellin' al you are USS Granger!!! Freakin awesome!! I totally missed that!

LOL!!!!!

Great pics 89!!!!!
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great pictures... looks like Tahuya was wetter than usual.
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Old 03-23-2009, 11:21 PM
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Why the hell did i go to school on saturday? That looks like you guys had an awesome time, keep the pics coming!
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As I sit here in Starbucks in Kuwait waiting to cross into Iraq the PNW is a site to see. Looks like a blast was had by all. I look forward to meeting ya'll and putting a face to screen names.
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Old 03-24-2009, 01:03 AM
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It was the perfect day to be out wheelin and damage/mechanical failures were at a minimum. "The Don" is very pleased with this.
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Old 03-24-2009, 11:36 AM
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i forgot about corys (drysuperfly) bumper mishap, hes started died and he needed a pull start. I think lack of mounting points was the cause of failure.

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Old 03-24-2009, 12:43 PM
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I drop a line on his profile asking him about his bumper, but I haven't gotten anything back...
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Nice pics!! Looks like a good time! I'd love to try something like this but don't think my little runner would make it, although if I follow the Turog I might make it a little ways.

Bigblue that runner looks so good it makes my heart hurt. I'm hoping to have mine looking like that soon and will use your pictures as inspiration.
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Old 03-24-2009, 03:02 PM
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junkers88, my truck is farely close to stock suspension and i had no trouble! open diffs 265/75/16's just bj spacers and rear add a leafs+ 2 inch lift shakels in rear. Oh and i had a high rise canopy on! not a single scratch man.
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junkers88, my truck is farely close to stock suspension and i had no trouble! open diffs 265/75/16's just bj spacers and rear add a leafs+ 2 inch lift shakels in rear. Oh and i had a high rise canopy on! not a single scratch man.
No kidding? That's impressive. Those pictures make it look like I'd have to SAS'd on 35's and double locked to get anywhere near there. That gives me hope!!
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Originally Posted by Junkers88 View Post
Nice pics!! Looks like a good time! I'd love to try something like this but don't think my little runner would make it, although if I follow the Turog I might make it a little ways.

Bigblue that runner looks so good it makes my heart hurt. I'm hoping to have mine looking like that soon and will use your pictures as inspiration.
Thanks man, it's been a looong time in the making. It doesn't flex so much, but for 35's on IFS it'll gettr done!!


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No kidding? That's impressive. Those pictures make it look like I'd have to SAS'd on 35's and double locked to get anywhere near there. That gives me hope!!
85RunnerDad is only running 31" ltb's but he locked up the week before we did the run I think. All the rigs did great and we were all runnin hard! Except me, I was too busy enjoyin the scenery!!! Plus, I had to slow it down for the Toureg to keep up and make it all seem "easy" ehehheehe-
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i'm glad you had the time to show the world the bumber miss-hap
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Old 03-25-2009, 09:43 AM
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No kidding? That's impressive. Those pictures make it look like I'd have to SAS'd on 35's and double locked to get anywhere near there. That gives me hope!!
Theres almost always easy lines for the stockers, Vitaly did a very good job getting his truck through that stuff. If you could fit 33's and weld your rear you could keep up with almost anyone. If you live near slippery trails TSL's, LTB's or SX's are the only way to go.
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