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Unread 04-23-2009, 04:58 PM   #16
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Cody get over to the groups section and Sacramento Jeepers, take a look and join if you want, space #7 is open.

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Unread 04-23-2009, 06:17 PM   #17
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yeap i have no freaken recovery points i want my dang tax return to come in danget freakin government just taking there time as soon as i get that check im buying my steel for my rear bumper and by next friday i will have roughly160 hours in at work so i will have some money for the front bumper also then i will be golden

That also looked like a kinda intense trail. I want to do a run with yall but i want my first run to be on the easier side just to get use to wheeling with you all and get a little confidence built up i have only really wheeled at two local spots and theres nothing grand there is some cool stuff but nothing grand ya know
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Unread 04-23-2009, 07:20 PM   #18
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dude, you got a aussie locker up front, 4" lift and 31's! you'll be just fine, just take your time and learn to read lines on an obstacle and just watch for other peoples tire placement! and dont forget there should always be someone to spot you just incase you need the help!

on the trip, bigsquat was the only one that was locked and tim and i just took our time and planed our lines and we made it with open diffs. dont worry next time we go we'll help you out!
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Unread 04-23-2009, 08:16 PM   #19
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yeap i have no freaken recovery points i want my dang tax return to come in danget freakin government just taking there time as soon as i get that check im buying my steel for my rear bumper and by next friday i will have roughly160 hours in at work so i will have some money for the front bumper also then i will be golden

That also looked like a kinda intense trail. I want to do a run with yall but i want my first run to be on the easier side just to get use to wheeling with you all and get a little confidence built up i have only really wheeled at two local spots and theres nothing grand there is some cool stuff but nothing grand ya know
dude,dont let a couple hooks stop you! ive got two hooks in my garage ,i think? come over tommorro and well throw them on somewhere! there is only two spots that require a little effort from what im told ,and if it wasnt for a few tuff spots the trails would be boring! this is what you built it for! so get off the bench and get in the game , i guarantee youll have fun and we dont leave anyone behind even timatoe
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Unread 04-23-2009, 08:19 PM   #20
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dude,dont let a couple hooks stop you! ive got two hooks in my garage ,i think? come over tommorro and well throw them on somewhere! there is only two spots that require a little effort from what im told ,and if it wasnt for a few tuff spots the trails would be boring! this is what you built it for! so get off the bench and get in the game , i guarantee youll have fun and we dont leave anyone behind even timatoe
LOL I didnt say it Tim!!!! But im laughing about it though!!!! SORRY
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Unread 04-23-2009, 08:19 PM   #21
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Roll Call:

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Larry
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Howdy(dropped out)
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now that howdy droped there still are 2 spots!
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hey big, you have fun fri okay!!!! take the pics so i know what i missed!!!!
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Unread 04-23-2009, 08:30 PM   #23
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Hey Bob, weren't you talkin about this trip in another thread and someone,,,, seems like his user name is metal something (I think he's from the Loomis area) said he'd be there??? Anyhow, I believe he's posted up before about Fordyce, maybe he can shed some insight on what exactly is must have equipment up there.


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Unread 04-23-2009, 08:36 PM   #24
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hey, at work today my buddy said we should run down to carnagie to go 4x4 for a day run, he said its only a hlf hour from stockton!
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hey big, you have fun fri okay!!!! take the pics so i know what i missed!!!!
i will and thanks, i just got back from the water board meeting it it was still going when i left! its so obvious the the inviro nazi's are using whatever means possible to close the trail, not because of any real threat to the water from sediment, oil spills, or poop(which is about the only thing that has any merritt)its because the hate they have for 4x4's and the people who drive them. they had a a line up of experts to try to support there agenda, but or side did really well defending and rebutting. we will see what happens. as soon as i walked in the room you could see who was who. boy what a bunch of Berkley looking waco's. and i know i worked in Berkley on and off for 30 years. there a tons of places that they can hike in there sandals, why cant we have this trail? there is going to be some damage to the trail. so what, its not enough to hurt anything long term and the friends of the Rubicon have done a lot to fix problems as they occurr. God gave this earth for us to use as we see fit ,and if we want to spin or tires some times i say go for it! as long as we dont ruin it for others. sorry for the rant. this is the last trail in elerado still open for winter use.
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big i think you should go this weekend and if you like it enough we should go back there in a couple weeks because then i will have my rear bumper and we could take like tim and everyone could come a long ya know not just two extras
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Unread 04-23-2009, 09:12 PM   #27
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its all good , . norcalcon ,metal,sfisher are going and are jf members. still 2 more spots
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Unread 04-23-2009, 09:41 PM   #28
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Hey Bob, weren't you talkin about this trip in another thread and someone,,,, seems like his user name is metal something (I think he's from the Loomis area) said he'd be there??? Anyhow, I believe he's posted up before about Fordyce, maybe he can shed some insight on what exactly is must have equipment up there.


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yea ,metal is a member of the club that is putting this on. sfisher and me are prospects to join the club. norcaldan is a jf guy that ive been on a few trips with. like i said erlier its not that tough a trail and 31's should get through. you do need hooks tho
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Unread 04-23-2009, 09:54 PM   #29
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...... the friends of the Rubicon have done a lot to fix problems as they occurr.......
FOTR do an awesome job taking care of the trail, way more than any of these fuitcake hippies ever would.

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.... God gave this earth for us to use as we see fit ,and if we want to spin or tires some times i say go for it! .......
No, No, No, we can only use it as THEY see fit. Just like everything else the so called "tolerant" preach. It's fine as long as it's what they want.

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yea ,metal is a member of the club that is putting this on......... like i said erlier its not that tough a trail and 31's should get through. you do need hooks tho
I meant insight about Fordyce, I'd like to try that someday. But, we'll definately have to get another trip set to Hell Hole.
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some say fordyce is harder than the rubicon!
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