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post #1 of (permalink) Old 11-06-2002, 12:56 AM Thread Starter
 
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Weekend wheeling pics:

Just a few pics of last weekends trip up the powerline in the mountains:

A fun water crossing: its really fun on your first time when it gets deep abruptly at the end



This is a *bit* steeper than it looks.



Nice shot of a SFA'd latemodel moving up the trail.



1-ton & XML's


More pics of the fun part later, thanks to jim & dean for these.
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Re: Weekend wheeling pics:

sweet dude! There are a couple powerline trailes around here. Always fun to ride on.
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Nice pics, they make me wish that my truck was running so I could go out and get muddy [img]images/graemlins/frown.gif[/img] I especially like seeing someone with a decent paint job who isn't afraid to get it dirty, I mean what do these people think trucks are made for. hauling stuff around or something [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
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Re: Weekend wheeling pics:

What size are those XML's, and how much lift does he have?
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Re: Weekend wheeling pics:

Not quite sure what size they are but I would hazard a guess at the metric equivalent of a 44x14 16" rim or so. Probably 12" off lift as I don't believe he had chopped his fenders much.

Said he had to order them from Montreal, and that they handled like a dream on pavement.

I want some!!
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