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post #35251 of 41789 Old 02-05-2014, 12:31 PM
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FJ would absolutely do everything I laid out there with exception of "maybe" the stair steps on the broken arrow trail but there's a bypass anyways and honestly, a stock FJ with the rear lock probably would do those too. The clearance would likely be the only question but FJ's are pretty much on 33's stock so I bet you'd be fine. Actually, in general... The FJ would be a MUCH better choice then your LJ for that entire trip and it's the type of trip I would guess most chicks would really enjoy. Granted, I crammed a LOT into that agenda though, you guys would definitely need to be morning people to really pull it off.




BTW, montezuma castle if you've never seen or heard of it...




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post #35252 of 41789 Old 02-05-2014, 12:38 PM
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And speaking of wknd trips... You beer drinkers will not be disappointed in this if you go!!!

http://mammothbluesbrewsfest.com/tickets

Getting just the Sat 1 day ticket for the blues and brews for $85 will absolutely not be a let down!!! Bring a blanket and some chairs along with a cooler with some snacks and waters and enjoy unlimited beer for the day.

This is the list of breweries that were there last summer and each had at least 2 taps but most had 4-6 different taps flowing for example.

http://mammothbluesbrewsfest.com/brewery_page

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Is Montezuma castle along the way? That looks really cool too
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post #35254 of 41789 Old 02-05-2014, 01:10 PM
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It's just a bit south of Sedona off the I17... I mention it in my first post suggestion of a good 3 day weekend type road trip. On the last day, if you had time, when heading from Sedona up to Flagstaff on 89A, stop and do some hiking around Oak Creek! It's an amazing little creek area as well...

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I'm gonna have to spend some time with you to talk this over and get a good idea of the best way to plan this out. I definitely wanna do something like this - looks like a lot of fun!
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And speaking of wknd trips... You beer drinkers will not be disappointed in this if you go!!!

http://mammothbluesbrewsfest.com/tickets

Getting just the Sat 1 day ticket for the blues and brews for $85 will absolutely not be a let down!!! Bring a blanket and some chairs along with a cooler with some snacks and waters and enjoy unlimited beer for the day.

This is the list of breweries that were there last summer and each had at least 2 taps but most had 4-6 different taps flowing for example.

http://mammothbluesbrewsfest.com/brewery_page
Hopefully I get to hit that big brew fest in Germany this year!!

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post #35257 of 41789 Old 02-05-2014, 01:26 PM
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I know the area out there fairly well and it's a really good scenic trip. Nothing hard core dirt wise, just back roads that are off the beaten path from the normal tourist basically. Actually a lot of the roads are used once a year for a rally race so obviously they're fairly tame but just super scenic northern az stuff with lots of red rock type things. Heck, there was a bit of snow on some of them this past weekend.

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post #35258 of 41789 Old 02-05-2014, 01:51 PM Thread Starter
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Looks good Marn!
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How much for that bit of awesome Marn?
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Anyone have a miter saw?

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Anyone have a miter saw?
Yes, but my Pops currently has it in Minnesota! LOL



Marn, looks good!

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How much for that bit of awesome Marn?
our standard base pricing for something along those lines is about $6500.00 plus electrical.

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post #35264 of 41789 Old 02-05-2014, 02:49 PM
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our standard base pricing for something along those lines is about $6500.00 plus electrical.

AKA, this trailer and this van...







Also, the front hitch is seriously the best damn thing I've found out about in a LONG TIME!!! pushing the trailer into my sideyard again last night in the dark was seriously a one shot deal and beyond easy with only inches of clearance on both sides!!!

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AKA, this trailer and this van...






Yup, but not everybody wants to be a raper, Khris. lol

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