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Unread 06-05-2013, 05:44 PM   #346
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Is that a challenge?
Ole yea we drank 5 cases of beer in 3 nights but we have over 23 Yeats of practice.

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Unread 06-05-2013, 05:56 PM   #347
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Ole yea we drank 5 cases of beer in 3 nights but we have over 23 Yeats of practice.
I should have shown you the Senior Week fridge before and after.
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Unread 06-05-2013, 05:59 PM   #348
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Ya got me beat. I dont drink.
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Unread 06-05-2013, 06:48 PM   #349
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Do you have your own Jeep? If so, then no.
I watched you fix Clay's Jeep at Uwe so yea i have a heep of a jeep
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Unread 06-05-2013, 07:23 PM   #350
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Who's up for Gulches July 5-6?
How much of a challenge are the trails there? I may be down, its time to break this heep in a little!
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Unread 06-05-2013, 07:31 PM   #351
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From what i see online they are not too bad, but they do have some rather difficult ones. Someone that has been there would probably know more.
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Unread 06-05-2013, 10:48 PM   #352
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When I move in down there you guys can help me get my doors off.




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Unread 06-05-2013, 10:57 PM   #353
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I watched you fix Clay's Jeep at Uwe so yea i have a heep of a jeep
I am well aware of that. It was a joke. What I said to Ty is reference to our last Gulches trip (which got cancelled) where he wasnt going to be able to camp because his dad wanted to chaperone.

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How much of a challenge are the trails there? I may be down, its time to break this heep in a little!
Gulches is small, really small. URE is big by comparison. However, there are trails/obstacles EVERYWHERE in the tiny park. The majority of the obstacles are much more difficult than what you will find at URE though. If you arent comfortable doing Daniel at URE in its entirety then there will not be very many trails for you to do. Thats not to say that a stockish rig has nothing to do there, you just have to be pretty brave. However, even if that is the case, if you enjoy watching other people tear stuff up and enjoy camping, its a great time. I drove down there one time without my rig just to hang out with some wheeling buddies. It's a really awesome park despite its size and I wish I lived closer to it. Its gotta be dry though. If it has rained as much as a week in advance the trails will sloppy and undoable. If its too wet Skip closes the park. I wouldnt wanna be there after a heavy rain anyway. Just making it out of the parking lot is a struggle (Im being completely serious when I say that).
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Unread 06-06-2013, 04:42 PM   #354
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So, yea. My Jeep got soaked in the back. The carpet is definately coming out now so it doesn't rust back there. Dad wasn't keen on the bedlining but now I've pretty much given him no choice.
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My class starts the week before the gulches trip. But if it's not too demanding I'll be able to make it

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Its just a Friday afternoon/Saturday trip. That leaves Sunday to get any work/studying done.
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Unread 06-06-2013, 05:53 PM   #357
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So, yea. My Jeep got soaked in the back. The carpet is definately coming out now so it doesn't rust back there. Dad wasn't keen on the bedlining but now I've pretty much given him no choice.
Honestly, if the paint on your floor is in good shape after your carpet comes out I wouldn't bedline it, for a while at least. With it just being the original paint, its smooth and a lot easier to clean. I kind of regret bedlining mine because spraying it with the hose doesn't exactly get all the dirt out and you cant just wipe it with a sponge like you can the painted body.

On the other hand if you haul stuff or would be likely to scratch then bedliner would be beneficial to keep it from rusting.

But thats all just my 2 cents
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Unread 06-06-2013, 05:58 PM   #358
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Its just a Friday afternoon/Saturday trip. That leaves Sunday to get any work/studying done.
Well if it's anything like this chem class, I'll need all weekend. But I'll see.

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Honestly, if the paint on your floor is in good shape after your carpet comes out I wouldn't bedline it, for a while at least. With it just being the original paint, its smooth and a lot easier to clean. I kind of regret bedlining mine because spraying it with the hose doesn't exactly get all the dirt out and you cant just wipe it with a sponge like you can the painted body.

On the other hand if you haul stuff or would be likely to scratch then bedliner would be beneficial to keep it from rusting.

But thats all just my 2 cents
I was thinking about that a minute ago. I just pulled the back half of the carpet and the paint looked good, so it'll stay a little while.
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