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post #1306 of 4125 Old 06-20-2013, 09:16 PM
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Hopefully next year I can join you on some of these adventures of yours. . Just bring that camera, all of those pictures are awesome!

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post #1307 of 4125 Old 06-20-2013, 09:21 PM Thread Starter
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Beautiful photos. Hopefully by the end of next year I'll be posting some of my own.
Are you trying to fill the frame with Krylon before you go ??? Hopefully you will get out and on the trail before the end of this year .

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Hopefully next year I can join you on some of these adventures of yours. . Just bring that camera, all of those pictures are awesome!
We will have to adjust the dates around my wifes college schedule as the dates arent posted for next summer yet , and she is my official photographer.
In addition to Moab I plan on running some stuff here on the East Coast over the next year as I want to enjoy wheeling some vs wrenching for a little while.

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post #1308 of 4125 Old 06-20-2013, 09:55 PM
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What an amazing trip! Your photos are fantastic! It must have taken lots of planning to know where to go!

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post #1309 of 4125 Old 06-20-2013, 10:19 PM Thread Starter
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What an amazing trip! Your photos are fantastic! It must have taken lots of planning to know where to go!
99% of the photos were taken by my wife , she has an eye for it whereas I dont . All of the planning took quite a few evenings while I was working up in Minnesota this winter . The hardest part was getting all the reservations figured out and how far to try and make it each day . It was a lot of fun , and I look forward to the Rubicon next summer .

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Are you trying to fill the frame with Krylon before you go???
No ones suppose to know my evil plan. And I'll be using plasti dip, since it's the in thing to use.

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Hopefully you will get out and on the trail before the end of this year.
I'm sure I will, but heading west will have to wait till next year.
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post #1311 of 4125 Old 06-21-2013, 05:51 AM Thread Starter
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No ones suppose to know my evil plan. And I'll be using plasti dip, since it's the in thing to use.
In all seriousness take a look at chassis saver or something of that sort . With the environment you have up there it would probably be worth the cost and time investment .

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I'm sure I will, but heading west will have to wait till next year.
I thought you were saying it wouldnt be until next year that you hit the trails. It will be next year before we head west again , see you on the Rubicon ?

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In all seriousness take a look at chassis saver or something of that sort . With the environment you have up there it would probably be worth the cost and time investment .
There was some discusion in my build about an internal coating from Eastwood, but I'll have to take a look at Chassis Saver as well.


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I thought you were saying it wouldnt be until next year that you hit the trails. It will be next year before we head west again , see you on the Rubicon ?
The Rubicon. If there is to be a Rubicon trip next year, I'm in.
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post #1313 of 4125 Old 06-21-2013, 02:02 PM
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I might have to ship my jeep there if yall are talking about the rubicon............. RUBICON!

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post #1314 of 4125 Old 06-21-2013, 02:41 PM
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I plan on running some stuff here on the East Coast over the next year as I want to enjoy wheeling some vs wrenching for a little while.
I'll believe that when I see it.
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post #1315 of 4125 Old 06-21-2013, 08:48 PM Thread Starter
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The Rubicon. If there is to be a Rubicon trip next year, I'm in.
Theres a lot of interest , and its a trail I have always wanted to wheel . I get one big trip per year , and the Rubicon is going to be it for me next year .
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I might have to ship my jeep there if yall are talking about the rubicon............. RUBICON!
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I'll believe that when I see it.
Dey see me wheeling ... Dey be hating ...JF Posting trying to talk me into wheeling dirty ...

I need to get the kids out camping more , and semi local wheeling trips are the way to go . Shoe Creek is going to be the next trip as it isnt as hot as Uwharrie . Once the fall comes and the night time temps drop we will head south to get some taters at the Outpost and camp/wheel .

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Theres a lot of interest , and its a trail I have always wanted to wheel . I get one big trip per year , and the Rubicon is going to be it for me next year .

Start getting bids

Dey see me wheeling ... Dey be hating ...JF Posting trying to talk me into wheeling dirty ...

I need to get the kids out camping more , and semi local wheeling trips are the way to go . Shoe Creek is going to be the next trip as it isnt as hot as Uwharrie . Once the fall comes and the night time temps drop we will head south to get some taters at the Outpost and camp/wheel .

You need to head up here and try Gilbert OHV park.

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You need to head up here and try Gilbert OHV park.
Duluth is up there , I havent been there in ten years or so . Is that park in the Iron Range ? I do plan on going to the Sleeping Bear Dunes in Michigan, but thats still a ten hour drive over to Duluth .

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I need to get the kids out camping more , and semi local wheeling trips are the way to go . Shoe Creek is going to be the next trip as it isnt as hot as Uwharrie . Once the fall comes and the night time temps drop we will head south to get some taters at the Outpost and camp/wheel .
Shoe Creek. Taters.

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post #1319 of 4125 Old 06-21-2013, 09:22 PM Thread Starter
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Shoe Creek. Taters.
You in for a Shoe Creek run at the end of the month ?

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post #1320 of 4125 Old 06-21-2013, 09:26 PM
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Where is shoe creek?
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