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post #1 of (permalink) Old 03-08-2008, 11:42 PM Thread Starter
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well.. our friend Mike (MarineJeeper) was out here for a class all week and came to see us today.. and in true wreckin crew fashion we did it up right and took him to the Hammers.. specifically we did Jack..

Mike road with Aaron871 most of the time.. while i had the wif pullin shotgun.. we had a great time and did the entire trail with no difficulties.. both jeeps did great..

now on with the pics..

Aaron on the first ledge..


another of Aaron on that same ledge..


me after that ledge..


Aaron... is that flex?? nah.. just the camera angle


both of us..


cool pic.. that isn't what it seems..


me at a tight spot..


Aaron and I checking out what the peeps have left..


both of our rigs at the end of Jack.. by that mailbox..

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Glad to see she is working well.

Ya only go around once, best to enjoy it the first trip.
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What a great trip... post up some more pic's, I know you have some of the mutt....

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Wow.... y'all suck! I'm still waiting on spring thaw!

Actually, I've had the jeep out already. But then it got cold again, so she's back into the garage.

Now I'm trying to get my head (and jeep) together to hit Tellico in April.....

Glad to see you boys are still kickin! I just wish we had some of that sunshine......

Y'all need to make freinds with some newbies so we can see some carnage...
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A few things come to mind:
  • Never go wheeling alone
  • Good preparation pays off!
  • It's more fun to drive that fix... on the trail
  • Congratulatons on projects well done
    • No drips
    • No rips
    • No errors
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Oh yeah, Pats Jeep isn't orange anymore, therefore, it isn't the pumpkin anymore.
So I named it "Stickers" after the race car in the animated film "Cars".....

"GO STICKERS........" Bwaaahahahaaaaaaaaa

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more pictures from the trip...

me in the entrance to jack hammer..


another of aaron..


aaron about in the middle of jack..


MarineJeeper with me somewheres on Jack..


and here i am giving aaron the father/son talk on top of jackhammer.. over looking johnson valley..

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thanks Leve...

even though this thing has taken me more than a few years to get done.. things do work very well on it.. still have a few really small problems.. but considering the first trail it did was jackhammer.. and it was pretty much effortless.. i am really pleased with it..

i should get a year or two of wheelin out of it..

before i cut it up again..




(that was a joke.. i am not going to cut it up again.. i am not going to cut it up again... )

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That looks like a lot of fun. Wonder if my stocker could do it.

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now that sour puss is on his way home.. and probably in arizona.. i can put this up.. and share the joy with everyone... as only friends can do..


that's for the stickers comment..

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