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Old 11-19-2012, 10:46 AM   #111
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Just be a lurker and spend many long nights reading tech articles. I won't be driving out again in my truck for awhile. The ride is horrible and my buddy won't be passenger in my truck for awhile. But I'll be there next month, be happy to answer any questions you have. Maybe other people in the area will come out next time as well.

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Old 12-07-2012, 11:56 AM   #112
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[QUOTE=mkimber;1310097]Have you been to the trails in kennedale by Village Creek motox park? It's small but close and has a couple decent sections in it.

Nah haven't been there yet. I wont be doing any wheeling for a few months. just picked up a 44hp and 9" last night so its SAS time for me.
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Nice that's awesome! I'm getting close to finishing my doubler project and hope to hit bridgeport after Christmas. Maybe next year we can get a trip going.
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Well the first trip with the doubler was great. Crawling over rocks without using the clutch is kinda weird at first but it makes it so much easier. Bad news is the slick mud got me into a tree and dented the bed right where the gas cap is. Good thing we were able to winch it out and save the glass and cab.

Bill how's the sas swap going?
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Bridgeport trip this sunday with a few other guys. Should be a good time none of our rigs are too hardcore we stick to the medium difficulty trails mostly.
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