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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-01-2004, 01:13 PM Thread Starter
 
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Wheeling in the Black Hills

Did some Wheeling in the Black Hills of SD over the Weekend.

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We had 9 Vehicles total in our group. It was a lot of fun, When it wasn't raining.
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Wow, that is a beautiful area. There asure are lot of Jeeps in the line up! At least they were following you [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
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Hmmmmm--- Pissin' on a Samurai----
Did you notice that he had to stand on the Jeep bumper to reach the Samurai? LOL
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I think he was mad that we gave him a hard time about running out of gas on the trail. [img]images/graemlins/laugh.gif[/img] He also said he had to get me back for putting a pee on Jeep sticker on my Sammy. I should have run up tire onto his jeep. All in good fun. I am the only sammy in the group and I was going everywhere the jeeps were going.
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Bet you had a blast! What set-up are you running on your skuzi? Any carnage to report?

Oh, a pair of bolt cutters would've stopped him from peeing real quick like. To get him back, piss in his radiator. [img]images/graemlins/puke.gif[/img]

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I am Running a GRS2 T-Case. Lockers F/R, 31" Tires, Weber Carb on a Stock Engine, Rear Springs up Front, Wheel spacers, Skid Plate and Diff Guards. I did not get any breakage, even though I ran her pretty hard. The only trouble I had was in the one spot I had to take the Spare tire off or I would have ripped the whole tailgate off, but everyone who went over that part had to do the same. The

The trail that we ran was called Camp 5. Some of us were going to run Twisted, but we got rained out the second day. So we just hit some high country forest trails and hill climbs for the second day. Next time we go out there we need to spend at least another day.
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