We had a small run on tuesday, the junkies of the group had to get our fix.
It was an interesting day to say the least, we have wheeled a ton in the past 2 months and a day like today was long overdue. Carnage was the name of the game today.
heading into the green trail
Jerry avoiding a tree
The rock section at the end of green
popped bead number 2 (was going to fix shaggys poppep bead)
The start of the blue trail, really this is the only difficult obstacle, and as long as you had at least one locker you walked right up
that was pretty much all the pics I had. We had body damage on both xjs, Gary broke the rod end off of his trackbar, Rod bent his tie rod, Jerrys fan clutch went out so he was over heating all day, and we had to change the ujoint on Brandons front driveshaft before we even started. Shaggy and Cowboy popped beads within 5 minutes and 50 ft of eachother....It was a rough day, but a good day of wheelin nonetheless. Oh and I didnt go unscathed either....I had a CEL on to start the day, but it went away early on
Moab Trails I've done: Onion Creek, Long Canyon, Dome Plateau, Top of The World (2), Fins-N-Things (2), Poison Spider,
Golden Spike, Gold Bar Rim, Hell's Revenge (2), Baby Lion Back, Cliff Hanger, Moab Rim, Kane Creek Canyon, Strike Ravine
Sweet pics... Where does the Blue Trail start or pick-up.
I was there in mid April and but must have missed that one.
We ran Green, Quarry, the Yellow (or creek trail), Red, Orange and one that runs behind the quary wall that dumps you back out to the entrance of the quary.
I dont know if it is actually called the blue trail or not, but I know we ended up in there, typically Blue starts beside purgatory, this was past there and down towards the pond to the left. It was a really sweet obstactle, but like I said, it was the most difficult one, the rest was cake