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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-07-2002, 06:52 AM
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The Gnewt in Snow!

Well, Here she is, with her new red "ears" and snorkel. Took her out Saturday morning near my house - just west of Rollinsville, Colorado - elevation probably about 10,000 feet. Belly armor still on order...
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Bob that is one good lookin kick man
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How far from ft collins are you?
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Re: The Gnewt in Snow!

Well, I'm just north of Black Hawk, off the Peak-to-Peak Highway - about 7 or 8 miles south of Rollinsville. Been wheeling with a Fort Collins club a few weeks back - Moody Hill/Crystal Mountain - Here's a pic:
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Be careful! That 2nd picture is classic example of how to grenade your front diff! RF wheel not moving, LF wheel spinning like a mad.. bounce crunch BANG.. diff guts everywhere!

BTW Your Kick is damn sweet tho!
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I have heard that sound before [img]images/graemlins/smirk.gif[/img]
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The diff will be OK, the axle casing will probably go first - been there done that!
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You guys are just full of cheerful news! Well maybe those Warn Hub Fuses will go instead, huh?
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