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post #91 of 9843 Old 02-25-2008, 12:54 PM
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I am in as long as I can figure out my vibration problem.
Did you have the vibes before Saturday?




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post #92 of 9843 Old 02-25-2008, 01:37 PM
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Cool, glad to hear you're getting it fixed.



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post #94 of 9843 Old 02-25-2008, 11:46 PM
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Great Pics! Sorry I missed the run. I'll keep checking back for the next one!! "dirt therapy" is a beautiful thing.
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post #95 of 9843 Old 02-27-2008, 11:20 AM
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From what I've read everyone is either in the west or the east. Any of us middle-grounders on here? Twin falls, Sun walley, Jerome, Gooding, etc etc etc?
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It would be fun for us from the east and west to meet in the middle with you guys sometime. A big idaho jeep party!
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post #97 of 9843 Old 02-27-2008, 04:23 PM
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Yeah, I just moved up here form Reno. Don't know any of the trails, what NOT to go wheeling on, etc.

Matter of fact, I just sold all my cars and started on jeeps again. It's like riding a bike.
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They just shut down all of Owyhee county because of mud and run-off. And that commissioner sounds like a real piece of work, to put it nicely.

http://www.ktvb.com/news/localnews/s...y.10d8b33.html

Guess the next trip won't be for several weeks.

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Well, I'm glad we got to go last weekend. Hopefully it will open up in a couple of weeks. Perhaps we can find some trails around Twin and invite Tkamplin along.
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They just shut down all of Owyhee county because of mud and run-off. And that commissioner sounds like a real piece of work, to put it nicely.

http://www.ktvb.com/news/localnews/s...y.10d8b33.html

Guess the next trip won't be for several weeks.

Saw that last night. It's almost as if they forget that annual runoff in the form of erosion tends to ruin more turf than every jeep in Idaho put together.

At any rate, I'm not sure about trails around twin. I've heard there are some decent ones up north of gooding. Looks like a meteor field from the highway. And I'm certainly not running anything too fancy ('95 YJ, 2.5" lift, 31x10.50 BFG mud-terrains) so I'm not up for bashing my daily driver on extreme rocks.

Student+Husband+soon to be father = No money to fix things. Oddly enough, all this talk of caution never seems to deter me.
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Saw that last night. It's almost as if they forget that annual runoff in the form of erosion tends to ruin more turf than every jeep in Idaho put together.

At any rate, I'm not sure about trails around twin. I've heard there are some decent ones up north of gooding. Looks like a meteor field from the highway. And I'm certainly not running anything too fancy ('95 YJ, 2.5" lift, 31x10.50 BFG mud-terrains) so I'm not up for bashing my daily driver on extreme rocks.

Student+Husband+soon to be father = No money to fix things. Oddly enough, all this talk of caution never seems to deter me.
With any luck they'll open it ALL back up when it dries out a little bit! My next trip is close to town here in Boise so it should be open.

And I know what you mean about Husband/kids...blah, blah, blah...I have 3 teenagers at home and one in Omaha (she lives with her mom). And my XJ is down right now waiting for gears, etc. and the only other things I have are my DD's - '99 WJ (stock) and an '04 F250 - and like you I'd be screwed if either one of them break - I'm trying to buy a welder, bender, etc. so I don't want to spend any money fixing anything right now!



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[QUOTE=Driver;4879766] My next trip is close to town here in Boise so it should be open. [QUOTE]

And where and when will that be? Or do you not want a cavelcade?

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I can see why they would close the trails and I certainly don't want to give 4-wheelers a bad name - enough other people have already done that

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I can see why they would close the trails and I certainly don't want to give 4-wheelers a bad name - enough other people have already done that
I dig it. Just gotta find some new trails. I'm going out this weekend mono y full-size diesel to pull me out. I'll see what I can find.

If it's good, some of you boise boys had better come down. 'Elsewise I'll make fun of your coils.
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I dig it. Just gotta find some new trails. I'm going out this weekend mono y full-size diesel to pull me out. I'll see what I can find.

If it's good, some of you boise boys had better come down. 'Elsewise I'll make fun of your coils.
Hey, this has leafs at all four corners...that's gotta count for something...




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