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Unread 05-20-2009, 10:16 PM   #31
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HOPEFULLY!!!!!! maybe i can get the lift on by myself, and i was thinking about trimming my fenders or adding some tow hooks on. so we could prob do one of those little things.
just pull off the fenders for the trip, then you dont have to trim them once they are dented.

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Unread 05-20-2009, 10:32 PM   #32
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Woah,, hold up there HotRod. We're meeting at Mel's at 8. I don't even get off work until 7.

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Try to keep up man,
alright sorry i was talking to Sccafire and he told me to say we were leaving at 8 that way we could get to the trail at 9 but if it works for everybody 8 is totally fine but i do agree that we need to have a set leaving point because with this size group the leave time could go on and on with this person forgeting to gas up and this person forgeting this and so on you know but yea we will go back to schedule and meet at mels at 8 but lets plan on 8:30-8:45 for leaving
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Unread 05-20-2009, 10:35 PM   #33
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alright sorry i was talking to Sccafire and he told me to say we were leaving at 8 that way we could get to the trail at 9 but if it works for everybody 8 is totally fine but i do agree that we need to have a set leaving point because with this size group the leave time could go on and on with this person forgeting to gas up and this person forgeting this and so on you know but yea we will go back to schedule and meet at mels at 8 but lets plan on 8:30-8:45 for leaving
sounds good to me. do you think it would be ok if i wheeled with my street tires, even though i have a lift.yea its gna look dumb, but it at least gives me clearance, so when you winch me over i wont scrape to much. cause i need to buy some tow points
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Unread 05-20-2009, 10:39 PM   #34
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sounds good to me. do you think it would be ok if i wheeled with my street tires, even though i have a lift.yea its gna look dumb, but it at least gives me clearance, so when you winch me over i wont scrape to much. cause i need to buy some tow points
well im having to wheel it with 31s my brothers 33s i would have to have them mounted and it cost like 10 bucks a wheel to have them mounted since his are on a ford f150 (5x5.5)and mine are on a jeep(5x4.5) and I dont think im going to spend 40 bucks for just the day and im not even sure how bad they would rub or not because my procomp lift has sagged an inch so yea i think the street tires will be okay were just going to have to take time and pick good lines im still bummed though about having to go through with 31s
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Unread 05-20-2009, 10:41 PM   #35
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well im having to wheel it with 31s my brothers 33s i would have to have them mounted and it cost like 10 bucks a wheel to have them mounted since his are on a ford f150 (5x5.5)and mine are on a jeep(5x4.5) and I dont think im going to spend 40 bucks for just the day and im not even sure how bad they would rub or not because my procomp lift has sagged an inch so yea i think the street tires will be okay were just going to have to take time and pick good lines im still bummed though about having to go through with 31s
wat if i payed you 40 bucks to run your brothers 33's and i run your 31's
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wat if i payed you 40 bucks to run your brothers 33's and i run your 31's
no there is some other factors in the deal too talk on the norcal thread about it dont Bull crap this one up too
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so are we requiring front and rear recovery points for this trip???
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alright sorry i was talking to Sccafire and he told me to say we were leaving at 8 that way we could get to the trail at 9 but if it works for everybody 8 is totally fine but i do agree that we need to have a set leaving point because with this size group the leave time could go on and on with this person forgeting to gas up and this person forgeting this and so on you know but yea we will go back to schedule and meet at mels at 8 but lets plan on 8:30-8:45 for leaving
Leaving at 8am was just an idea to get an earlier start.
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Unread 05-20-2009, 11:50 PM   #39
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Leaving at 8am was just an idea to get an earlier start.
yea and it was a good idea but i totally forgot that tim had said earlier on he doesnt even get off work till 7 but we do need a set time because with that many people it could be one thing after another and before we know it could be like 10 before we leave you know

Also how many are serious about camping we need a true count in or out
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Unread 05-21-2009, 12:37 AM   #40
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im not very serious about staying the night. i was thinking just a day trip for myself.
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Unread 05-21-2009, 12:39 AM   #41
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100% out for camping
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Unread 05-21-2009, 12:41 AM   #42
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so are we requiring front and rear recovery points for this trip???
not unless you do not plan on getting stuck
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Unread 05-21-2009, 12:41 AM   #43
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^ so thats a yes or a no
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Unread 05-21-2009, 12:44 AM   #44
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sorry was kinda ment to be funny but yes you need tow hooks how else can we pull them if they do not have a good anchor point on their Jeep?
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Unread 05-21-2009, 12:45 AM   #45
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lol dude im tired as it is and i spent probably like a good 2 minutes reading that over and over and just couldnt figure it out


by the way was the camping a yes too
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