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post #1531 of 1900 Old 11-04-2007, 10:46 AM
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Hope to see ya out there I Flex

Well....let me revise my comment to everyone, I don't want it to sound arrogant; although Tahuya is an easier run then others and stock vehicles can make it thru there, if you donít drive the proper line in some spots, Iíve seen Tahuya eat up some rigs. There are some challenging spots. The QuadraPaws have been doing some work out there to make it more challenging. The last time I was there, which was a while ago, I think the trail is called the back forty, it was interesting.


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post #1532 of 1900 Old 11-04-2007, 04:18 PM
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L&R Jeeper i dont have a lift on my jk but i am still want to go. so count me
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post #1533 of 1900 Old 11-04-2007, 07:05 PM
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post #1534 of 1900 Old 11-04-2007, 07:50 PM
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L&R Jeeper i dont have a lift on my jk but i am still want to go. so count me
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thanks cmyjeep
Hey cmyjeep-

Good to see ya! A lift is not required, but will help in some deep water areas. there are by-passes for those areas also. Your rig will be more then capable. If people have a stock rig and new to wheeling Tahuya is a good place to start, due to the by-passes and some of the runs. But like any run, it's up to the driver and what line they take. I'll post in the Toyota group to invite them also.

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post #1535 of 1900 Old 11-04-2007, 10:29 PM
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i might go again....ill have to see whats up and whose all going

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post #1536 of 1900 Old 11-05-2007, 03:05 PM
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Anyone else around here? (Without searching 100 pages of replies. )
Yup. . . just down the road from you in Kenmore, WA myself. (northern tip of Lk Washington). PM me some time.






For the Bellingham people there is Walker Valley ORV park somewhat close by. It used to be boring several years ago but the trail network has been expanding and the trails have gotten more torn up (i.e. interesting and fun). It's certainly a recommended run now and will keep you entertained all day:


To see more pix of Walker Valley, click here, and here.





















Freedom5, what parts of Reiter were those photos from? I'm currently trying to GPS map the trails up there and are trying to find all the routes.


Here's my map so far:


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post #1537 of 1900 Old 11-08-2007, 08:36 PM
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My TJ is running on 5 cylinders. Does anyone plan on changing their spark plug cables soon? I need the one for cylinder number 1, I broke mine and don't want to buy a new set of cables right now. PM me if you can help please.
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post #1538 of 1900 Old 11-09-2007, 12:20 AM
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post #1539 of 1900 Old 11-09-2007, 08:11 AM
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Hehe, I was just on there then I came to JF, I'll go back now, thanks.
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I am headed up to Elbe this saturday we are meeting at the campground between 8:30-9:00 who wants to come?

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post #1541 of 1900 Old 11-09-2007, 06:09 PM
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Yup. . . just down the road from you in Kenmore, WA myself. (northern tip of Lk Washington). PM me some time.






For the Bellingham people there is Walker Valley ORV park somewhat close by. It used to be boring several years ago but the trail network has been expanding and the trails have gotten more torn up (i.e. interesting and fun). It's certainly a recommended run now and will keep you entertained all day:


To see more pix of Walker Valley, click here, and here.





















Freedom5, what parts of Reiter were those photos from? I'm currently trying to GPS map the trails up there and are trying to find all the routes.


Here's my map so far:

Next time you go up to reiter look me up.(PM me)
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post #1542 of 1900 Old 11-09-2007, 06:49 PM
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Naches run tomorrow(Saturday), meet at Safeway 0800. Weather is changing for the bad and the trail closes 15 Nov. Last one of the year. Wife a kid is coming with me.
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Naches run tomorrow(Saturday), meet at Safeway 0800. Weather is changing for the bad and the trail closes 15 Nov. Last one of the year. Wife a kid is coming with me.
I would be all for it, but the jeep is running like a pile....I tripped the code for the throttle position sensor, so i have to go get that and throw it in tomorrow..

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I'm almost ready - just need to throw in the cooler, GPS and tighten the UCA bolts on the rear.
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post #1545 of 1900 Old 11-10-2007, 01:06 PM
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Hve fun up there!! While im wrenching on my Jeep!

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