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    I'm going out there on Sunday with the LMTV. Gonna miss you by a day.
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    Can that thing fit???
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    Quote Originally Posted by venturer View Post
    Can that thing fit???
    Hhmmm... thats what my last date sa.... never mind...
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    Trip report...or pics... or anything???
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    The trails are much improved. We had fun all day. Rock crawling was excellent. There are some fun frame twister type sections. Really fun area. I may have a couple pictures. Got some video but that may take a bit to review.

    Taco did great. It needs the bump stops relocated and some trimming for the tires. Hydro assist is the best thing ever!! One hand driving on rocks with the locker on. Soo amazing. Perfect sunny day too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by venturer View Post
    The trails are much improved. We had fun all day. Rock crawling was excellent. There are some fun frame twister type sections. Really fun area. I may have a couple pictures. Got some video but that may take a bit to review.

    Taco did great. It needs the bump stops relocated and some trimming for the tires. Hydro assist is the best thing ever!! One hand driving on rocks with the locker on. Soo amazing. Perfect sunny day too.
    Did you tackle the new hill north of Yellowjacket with the jersey barriers mixed in with the rocks?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ben916 View Post
    Did you tackle the new hill north of Yellowjacket with the jersey barriers mixed in with the rocks?
    Absolutely, took the hard lines and exited on the right side. It crawled the whole thing. Took several attempts to get over a couple sections. Wet, muddy rocks really drop traction so getting the proper line was important. Rich is an excellent spotter too.
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