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Thread: Nov 4-5, 2017 | Oregon | Trask Wheeling and/or Camping

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    Nov 4-5, 2017 | Oregon | Trask Wheeling and/or Camping

    When: November 4th
    Where to Meet: Carlton Corners Gas Station
    150 N Yamhill St, Carlton OR 97111
    Meet Time: 9:15 am
    Driver Meeting: 9:20 am
    Rollout: 9:30 am Sharp!

    Permits Required: Oregon OHV

    Communication: CB 22 or HAM 146.460

    Vehicle requirements: Some lift recommended, Traction tires, recovery points front and rear with knowledge of where they are and how to use them. Jack w/ full size spare. Please read the TSF OHV Guide for info on vehicle requirements and recommended safety equipment and the "Rules for Event Participation" in the Yellow link above.

    Not all trails accessible by full size rigs. If you're worried about dents or scratches, this is not the place for you :-)

    Trail Plan: We will be wheeling all day Saturday and then camping overnight. On Sunday we will either head north into the Tillamook State Forest to run trails or head home.

    Saturday
    An unnamed trail or two
    Twisted Maple
    Little Italy
    Ginsburg Point
    Optional Camping at North Fork Trask River

    Sunday
    ...TBD

    Participants for Wheeling
    Rodney & the Girls - Wrangler LJ
    Aaron & Dana - Wrangler TJ
    Biff - Wagoneer (A.K.A. the Trail Tank)
    Keith - Wrangler TJ


    Participants for Camping
    Rodney & the Girls (unless the weather is really bad!)


    The regular Camping site is here: 45.465328, -123.469636 If that spot is taken and we will be within 1 mile to the east or west on the north side of the river.
    I think this is in between Deer & Elk season, so hopefully we will have the area all to ourselves! :-)
    Last edited by AEV_LJ; 10-12-2017 at 11:10 AM.
    ~Rodney
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    Me and my girls are in for both

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    Bummer, i work them days
    Last edited by Weiler; 10-10-2017 at 08:49 PM.
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    Dana and I are in for Saturday as long as I get my TJ ready on time.
    '97 TJ
    35's, 1" BL, 2" SL.
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    Open Diffs (Next thing on the list)

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    In for Saturday.
    Not sure about camping and Sunday yet.


    If Cams football team goes to playoffs, I will have to bail.
    Biff - short for Bifford aka - Byph
    There is no best vehicle. It depends on the terrain, tires, driver, luck, and lots of happenstance.
    84 Wagoneer 'Trail Tank' - 35 MTRs, 8274, Detroits, FrankinLift and soft leather.
    Check out my Tank Thread - http://gitout.com/showthread.php?222...ion-Trail-Tank
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    Quote Originally Posted by Weiler View Post
    Bummer, I will have to find someone to cover for me at work those days
    Fixed it for you Mike! :-)

    And you need to tell us about your new Tacoma. Did you get rid of Smurfette?
    ~Rodney
    '05 LJ Rubicon. 3.75" suspension + 1.25" body lift with Currie adjustable links tuned to fit 35" MTRs.

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    Sorry Rodney, I just found out I have to work that weekend. I'll let you know if that changes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuffer View Post
    Ugg. Want. To. Play...
    Then. Just. Come. With...

    Days off are essential.
    Biff - short for Bifford aka - Byph
    There is no best vehicle. It depends on the terrain, tires, driver, luck, and lots of happenstance.
    84 Wagoneer 'Trail Tank' - 35 MTRs, 8274, Detroits, FrankinLift and soft leather.
    Check out my Tank Thread - http://gitout.com/showthread.php?222...ion-Trail-Tank
    barefootrunnerd:
    "No helmet needed on this run, only on some of Biffs"

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    I should be able to make it on the Saturday Trask run! Look forward to it, haven't run trails there in a few years!

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