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    Re: Black Bear Pass

    Ouray / Silverton / Telluride is worth as much time as you can spare to visit. Black Bear Pass is a bucket list trail and has some great views, but I've enjoyed many of the others trails around...
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    Re: The Campfire.

    If this is a surface mount connector, the trick is solder paste and hot air or an extremely hot iron with a huge tip. All other methods are painful.
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    Re: Jenny Cr. 11-30-21

    Not to steal the thread, but I was thinking lost park Rd or Cherokee park Rd maybe Saturday. Both likely pretty clear I imagine
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    Re: Yankee Hill to Miner's Gulch

    I ran it without lockers earlier this year. Needed to winch off a big rock and took a really sketchy line to get up the big obstacle.
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    Re: The Campfire.

    Having used the toilet at newspaper rock, that sign makes sense. Never smelled a vault toilet as rank as that one last September.
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    Re: Battery-starter-grnd Wiring Question

    I owned a Saturn Ion that had the battery in the trunk. Not much of a performance car though.
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    Re: 2021-11-15 (Monday) Rock Creek

    I'll be there. See you both shortly.
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    Re: 2021-11-15 (Monday) Rock Creek

    Sandstone park in Lyons, right? The usual meeting place for runs in that area?
  9. Re: trail Run Monday 11/15 ??? Something north-ish - Johnny Park

    I might be in for this.
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    Re: The Campfire.

    https://outgrowyourgarage.com/
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    Re: 58 Willys Wagon

    Isn't that how you know it's really a Jeep?
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    Re: Jeep 4.0 Cracked Manifold

    No helpful answers from me but I started down this same path 18 months ago. Turns out the bolts holding the header to the engine were loose on mine. I'm interested in what you discover and how you...
  13. Re: Airing up w/On board air - what are you using?

    One at a time. My compressor doesn't have enough CFM to make doing 4 at once worth the trouble. The 4-at-a-time hose looks cool and efficient, but every time I've aired up next to someone with one...
  14. Re: Airing up w/On board air - what are you using?

    ARB CKMA12 under the hood. Used a cheap harbor freight compressor under the hood for 3 years. Motor seized and replaced with ARB.
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    Re: Hello From Broomfield.

    Wow, autocorrect changed "wheeled" to "worked" on me. Sorry about that. Was trying to ask where you've been wheeling!

    Yankee Hill isn't hard, but if it's snowy up there you'll find it incredibly...
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    Re: Hello From Broomfield.

    Welcome neighbor. Where have you wheeled before? We have trails of all difficulties around here.
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    Re: "off road" campers/trailers

    All-aluminum construction and the bigger units have tip-out beds. You can sleep 4-6 people in the biggest ones with the tip outs. I think they are pretty good value for the money given what else is...
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    Re: "off road" campers/trailers

    I have a small teardrop trailer, around 2200 lb wet and packed. Haven't pulled up something as hard as pickle gulch yet. Bought it because I wanted something I could park in the garage and that I...
  19. Re: Johnny and S Pierson Parks, Sunday 10/24 Report

    I'm sure you must have an awesome photo of me somewhere, but that's Ty and his J10 in the photo above!
  20. Re: Johnny and S Pierson Parks, Sunday 10/24

    Looks like that area is getting dumped on with snow from down here.
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    Re: Regear advice - shop recommendations?

    I assumed selectable locker won't work at snow-covered road speeds but TrueTrac will -- the benefit over locker would be traction in wet/snowy conditions on the road?

    Thanks for the lively...
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    Re: Regear advice - shop recommendations?

    According to the video Paul linked above with the expedition(?), the TrueTrac can only be 'locked' from a full stop by holding brakes while applying a little gas. Wheel spin seems to disengage the...
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    Re: Regear advice - shop recommendations?

    I'm not sure I save much by leaving the front open. Labor is going to cost a lot either way. The cost of the front/rear lockers are really only ~35% of the total cost from the quotes I'm getting.
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    Re: MOAB! Last week of October

    I bought a zero degree bag. I should be comfortable with nighttime temps down to ~25-30F. If hotel is the direction we decide to go that probably needs to be booked pretty soon.
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    Re: MOAB! Last week of October

    Sweet. Are we camping? I just bought a new cold weather bag I need to try out.
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