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Unread 09-24-2005, 10:49 PM   #1
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Kansas Rocks, Sept 24

This was my first time down to this part of KS to wheel. I met another JF'er 'onlyone'. It was a good trip, and the park is nice. However, I feel durring the 4 hours of wheeling we got in, we nearly covered all of it!

Here are some snap shots I took:

onlyone thinking "Why did I tell him to lead???"







Dealing with open diff's and still connected, yet we never had to turn around!



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Unread 09-24-2005, 10:57 PM   #2
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This hill was claimed for "experts only"....


Slight shot of my Rubi. I am contemplating on dropping down "Ford Flipper"


Onlyone crawling up a mound


Just a flexy shot of my Rubi:



Grrrr, dang shovel!



The trip home was long! I swear this thing was a "Solar Powered dune buggy" as it had reflective metallic substance wrapping around it.


Nice sunset heading west on I-70

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Unread 09-25-2005, 02:29 PM   #3
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Sweet pics, that looks like a awesome place, im from ks also, might go up there to tear it up sometime
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Unread 09-25-2005, 02:42 PM   #4
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87Warrior, Here are some pics of your Bada@@ Rubi.
img_0152.jpg   img_0154.jpg   img_0159.jpg   img_0160.jpg   img_0162.jpg  

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Unread 09-25-2005, 07:58 PM   #5
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Sweet pics, that looks like a awesome place, im from ks also, might go up there to tear it up sometime
I feel that Tuttle Creek has more to offer trail wise. Although, KS Rocks was a nice change. You can spend all day at tuttle, and cover the park. We were only at KS rocks for about 4 hours and nearly covered it all. Maybe it is because I know Tuttle very well.

J/W...Are you Ryan with a odd blue colored Jeep

Onlyone.... Thanks for the pics!
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Unread 09-25-2005, 08:02 PM   #6
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I feel that Tuttle Creek has more to offer trail wise. Although, KS Rocks was a nice change. You can spend all day at tuttle, and cover the park. We were only at KS rocks for about 4 hours and nearly covered it all. Maybe it is because I know Tuttle very well.

J/W...Are you Ryan with a odd blue colored Jeep

Onlyone.... Thanks for the pics!
No thank you. Nice pics.
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Unread 09-26-2005, 09:33 PM   #7
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nope i dont have a blue jeep, i got an old white yj
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Unread 09-27-2005, 01:03 AM   #8
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nope i dont have a blue jeep, i got an old white yj
Welp, not the Ryan I was thinking about then!

Where about in Kansas are you? I am thinking about a tuttle creek run in a few weeks. Will keep the forum posted.
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Im in Prairie Village, Im still under my parents roof and they are still a lil uneesy about the 4wheelin especially after i got stuck one night and didnt get home till past curfew. But just wondering would a pretty much stock jeep be able to handle those trails?
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Unread 09-27-2005, 05:46 PM   #10
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I was out there wheeling my bone stock (with 31's) 90 YJ for about a year. Then she got lifted some. Always had a blast, and the Jeep would always want to go farther than I did

Here is a shot of the sold YJ out there:


When I first began wheelin, I too was under the parents roof. I owned the YJ, and paid for everything for it except insurance. I was finally able to experience wheeling with a group of guys that knew what they were doing. It was great to learn! I also steer clear of the mud.
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are those all terain tires? mine has street tires until i can buy some A/T's lol thats probably why i got stuck and high centered in a mud pit . Thats cool that a stock can handle that kinda stuff, i guess only in a jeep
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Everytime I go to Tuttle someone breaks something. Last time, my idler pulley ate itself.

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Unread 09-28-2005, 12:10 PM   #13
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Everytime I go to Tuttle someone breaks something.
Dont tell the lad that!

So far I have always been able to drive home from Tuttle. *knock-on-wood* Staying off the skinney pedle helps allow you to drive home
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Im in Prairie Village, Im still under my parents roof and they are still a lil uneesy about the 4wheelin especially after i got stuck one night and didnt get home till past curfew. But just wondering would a pretty much stock jeep be able to handle those trails?

My dad and I used to wheel stock ZJ's (grand cherokees) and had a blast. Hell, we used to be able to do Driveshaft pretty easy before it got dug out. Speaking of driveshaft, I almost rolled my YJ last time i was there. It was slick and I had to try "one more thing"...
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Everytime I go to Tuttle someone breaks something. Last time, my idler pulley ate itself.

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haha!

the same thing happend to me out there........I get bored at Tuttle though

Disney is my fav place. The rock garden is about the only thing I have found challenging.
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