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  1. Re: Halfmoon Creek & Tincup Pass in early July

    Cafe with Pie and Patio and potential moose sold me. I'm likely to join unless something comes up
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    Re: Moving Day

    You mean you didn't fab up something off the Willy's transfer case to drive a mower blade?
  3. Re: Trail Creek to Cascade Creek - Saturday June 11 2022

    Sounds like a fun day on the trails. I unfortunately will be wrenching tonight and likely tomorrow. Still chasing intermittent check engine light on the old truck and chasing down oil leaks.
  4. Re: Yankee Hill, East-to-West, in a Stock AWD, 5/28/22

    Nice, Yankee Hill is definitely what I'd call a "high clearance 4x4" trail. Its an accomplishment for sure
  5. Re: 2022-06 - Pickle Gulch and a mix of more

    Yes the remainder of that group was airing down. I aired down by the big yellow Yota, but also I spent a good amount of time checking grounds and rerouting new winch cables in case they were causing...
  6. Re: 2022-06 - Pickle Gulch and a mix of more

    I just missed you guys, I was there at 1:30. Had check engine light issues again after almost a year off. I think my block ground to battery is bad.

    Anyway I did pickle gulch out and back. Had to...
  7. Re: That was a big rock.. Hood / Fender folded a bit

    Showing for me
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    Re: Alex from Longmont

    Welcome, nice Trooper!
  9. Re: June 8th-11th Wheeling and camping around Empire / Yankee Hil

    Lomond usually not open until after July 15th, just a heads up.
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    Re: Chinaman's Gulch solo run.

    Nice rig! Thanks for sharing the video
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    Re: Chinaman Gulch - Sat May 28th

    For the record, this award was granted based on them getting him through some insanely difficult *optional* lines! Didn't mean to imply he was belly sliding the whole trail. I didn't know those were...
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    Re: Vlad XJ Erie

    Welcome! Love the home-made RTI ramp and custom work on the XJ.
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    Re: Joe from Dillon

    Welcome!
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    Re: Chinaman Gulch - Sat May 28th

    Also I'd like to say, this was Gerald's last Colorado trail run at least as a resident. Fitting send off I think, thanks for the great wheelin and bringing a lot of experience to the trail runs.
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    Re: Chinaman Gulch - Sat May 28th

    Great trail day! It was tough and took way longer than I thought. It was great to be with a group that didn't pressure anyone and was took the time we needed so it was fun instead of frustrating. I...
  16. Re: Feeler for Beginner-Friendly Run either June 5 or June 11

    I watched the video, imo with experienced offroaders there to spot and letting beginner drivers take their time I think it is a good trail with probably a nice payoff of the feeling of getting over...
  17. Re: Feeler for Beginner-Friendly Run either June 5 or June 11

    That was one of my first offroad trails. Its pretty short but some good camping spots too. I'll join schedule permitting
  18. Re: Feeler for Beginner-Friendly Run either June 5 or June 11

    https://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/arp/recarea/?recid=28480

    Looks like June 16. Also, looks like the USFS finally updated the look of their info sites. Nice!
  19. Re: Feeler for Beginner-Friendly Run either June 5 or June 11

    Bill Moore lake usually has a hunk of snow just before the lake that is impassable until deeper into the summer. Yankee Hill could be a good option, same with Devil's Canyon or Barbour Fork near...
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    Re: Hole in the Rock - REDEMPTION

    I might be able to make this one happen.
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    Re: FS: Auto shop tools

    Nice, glad you got them out as a single sell. I'll wait til I need the jack for sure to check out HF. There've been a few jobs where it would have been nice but not needed so far.
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    Re: Steel Tube Bending

    That would be great. What do you think about welding it to a hitch so it can go in a receiver? Not sure if its too much pressure on a hitch receiver or if its portable enough to be worth hefting up...
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    Re: Steel Tube Bending

    Looks like he hung up the hat. Thanks for the suggestion and offer though. Plus I'd like to try this out myself, not just for the cost savings but I'd like to fab up something myself, I think its an...
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    Re: 87 Suzuki Samurai

    You should get a crate engine off a snowmobile, 2 stroke 850cc engine in a Sami would be so sweet :D

    I'm sure it would plug right in... (sarcasm)
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    Steel Tube Bending

    Hey all,

    I was wondering if any members had a steel tube bending rig that I could use, or maybe you could use for me :)

    I'm trying to fabricate some custom rock sliders for my J10. Still coming...
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