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    Re: Hello from Aurora

    Welcome to the group!
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    Re: Hello from Thornton

    Welcome to the group!
    Looking forward to wheelin' some Moab with you soon!
  3. Re: Jay's step into the Yota world - 05 v8 4Runner

    I'd say that's coming along nicely.
    I've wondered what my silver 06 would look like with a bit more aggressive tire. Now I see.
  4. Re: 2020-05-19 11:15pm - HTTPS / SSL enacted - issues evident?

    Maybe it helps, here's the list the of non-https media calls:

    http://www.frontrange4x4.com/forums/images/misc/arrow.png
    http://www.frontrange4x4.com/forums/images/buttons/newbtn_middle.png...
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    Re: Moab late May? Revisiting

    Good looking rig man!

    My brother in law, (who never remembers to sign up), just pulled the trigger on a metal cloak JK skid kit today.

    Should be on in time.

    I'm thinking about RCV's on the...
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    Re: Moab late May? Revisiting

    Yeah the Hells Revenge is a 5 dollar entry to that area from what I understand.

    The White Rim permit allows 3 vehicles for camping overnight.

    Currently 2 vehicles are on the permit, I know my...
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    Re: Moab late May? Revisiting

    Yea really looking forward to it!
    I need more than just seeing the videos at this point.
    I know I can't do it all, just like the Ouray trip. (Even though I wanted to.)

    So the question becomes,...
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    Re: Moab late May? Revisiting

    Sweet!

    I'm looking forward to it! We can try and line stuff up more once we get a week out.

    Also, I see I only have to remember one name, Matt is coming too!

    :steer:
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    Re: Moab late May? Revisiting

    My sis had good luck with Airbnb, she said there were quite a few to choose from.

    Should be a great time!
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    Re: Moab late May? Revisiting

    I signed up for a permit for White Rim last night. Going to run it June 10.
    The permit allows overnight camping, I picked a spot right next to the river.

    If you are interested in that day, I...
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    Re: Moab late May? Revisiting

    So today my sister managed to book an airbnb for the week 8-12 June.
    We had reservations at the Sleep inn near Arches and canceled those.

    The only day we aren't wheeling (all day) is going to be...
  12. Re: China Wall anniversary run conversation starter

    I don't think it's too soon. I'd say, right on time actually.

    I'm definitely ready. My brother in law came out last time with his full size Tundra.

    He saw the error in his ways and since...
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    Re: Moab late May? Revisiting

    Since we have plenty of time, we are going to hit all the standby's for sure. Hells Revenge, Top O' the world (That overhang pic is obligatory), probably White Rim.

    We may leave the girls in town...
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    Re: Moab late May? Revisiting

    That's a good link, thank you Paul.

    I've still got hotel reservations for Monday 8 June to Friday 12 June.
    Myself and another JK have been planning on going since Feb.

    Looks like we might make...
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    Re: March Anniversary Run - The Gulches (3/28)

    Sadly enough, that seems like the right call.
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    Re: March Anniversary Run - The Gulches (3/28)

    The conditions were pretty bad yesterday, lots of snow still and deep ruts just getting to the Metberry trailhead.

    The trail had even more snow, less traffic had driven on it, so we didn't push...
  17. Thread: Drat the luck...

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    Re: Drat the luck...

    Yeah it is like being drafted. I commend her and all of the medical professions.
    The exposure alone is enough to make me say nope, it just seems like a when, not if I would get it.
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    Re: March Anniversary Run - The Gulches (3/28)

    Me and another JK are going to do a conditions check on Metberry at noon today, probably take a look at Longwater as well.
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    Re: The Gulches.... March 30th

    From what I understand, leaving the trail and entering the water is causing faster erosion of the riverbank(s) than the rest of the trail.
    Before they can say it's not the 4x4's causing it, the...
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    Re: March Anniversary Run - The Gulches (3/28)

    We should have a good bit of melt this next week down this way.

    edit: 1 hour delay works for me
  21. Thread: Improvised Tools

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    Re: Improvised Tools

    Geeeeez!

    So lucky.

    Certainly wishing him a speedy recovery, thanks for sharing this reminder.
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    Re: Moab trip some time this spring

    I've got a trip planned there June 8 - 12 (Monday through Friday) with another Jeeper bud, if you don't go in April or May, consider running it with us!

    Will probably make a post about it 60 days...
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    Re: Hello from Boulder

    Welcome to the group, looking forward to wheelin' with ya!
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    Re: Swank's 1992 Range Rover Classic

    That's looking great!
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    Re: Chokecherry Cayon

    I've never heard of it before, now it's on the radar.

    So many trails, too little time.

    Being that far south I bet snow is much less of a factor.

    Thanks for the bucket list additions!
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