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    Quote Originally Posted by Reckless View Post
    its KT's Climb
    Grassyass - that makes sense
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    Quote Originally Posted by 8Runner View Post
    Grassyass - that makes sense
    come on scotty get em up already.

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    Uploading now - got a few good shots of your jeep. After de-duping and cleaning out the crap, I got them down to half a gig. Says 2 hours to finish uploading.

    Doug has his access as well, but it doesn't look like he has uploaded anything yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Reckless View Post
    its KT's Climb
    absolutely not, i guess you have never seen KT's climb
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    Quote Originally Posted by RCcola55 View Post
    absolutely not, i guess you have never seen KT's climb
    I'm pretty sure we drove by that one and scott went "yeah that trail is hard as crap"
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    I have roughly 200... I'm out of town, but will steel them from Monique and try and post them up tomorrow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RCcola55 View Post
    absolutely not, i guess you have never seen KT's climb
    Well then what was it? I am leaving it labeled KT's until we know it is not.

    It was on the left, and I didn't think it was that far in. I guess if it wasn't the others I posted, then it could be 3-Trail or Walk in the park. I am using this map.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 8Runner View Post
    Well then what was it? I am leaving it labeled KT's until we know it is not.

    It was on the left, and I didn't think it was that far in. I guess if it wasn't the others I posted, then it could be 3-Trail or Walk in the park. I am using this map.

    that is just the start of 8-point... no special name for the hill climb

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    Quote Originally Posted by TxCruzr View Post
    x2 I knew there was no way in hell there was another jeep with such a paint scheme...I mean....never mind

    Jeep looks *****en
    i dont think anybody else has my rainbow stripes... they are Kustom!
    i will be keeping that same paint job when i re-do it.

    thanks man

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    Quote Originally Posted by J Cooper View Post
    that is just the start of 8-point... no special name for the hill climb
    no coop, chris is referring to a trail we ran the day before you showed up (friday).

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    Quote Originally Posted by 85cj7 View Post
    no coop, chris is referring to a trail we ran the day before you showed up (friday).
    then i dont know.


    hey since sophia kept that bolt as a souvenir take a picture of it for me.

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    Ok, my pics are up. My favs:






    For the rest of the pics and a bunch of videos, go to
    http://imageevent.com/scotti/4wheeli...008/chrisspics
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    Agreed Jimmy, better every year. Weather was awesome. The company, even better.

    Rocks, they break more than just scissors. My driveshaft sucks, but getting dropped off tomorrow. I'm not waiting for a change. Still no f'ing shims!

    Coop, if I didn't know any better, I'd say from looking at your pictures that you love your "new" rig.

    I must say that I was thoroughly impressed by the resources that this group brings to the table when it comes to resolving situations. The rigs at the bottom of Back Side Loop. Solved. It was awesome to see how helpful everyone was. Everyone worked together perfectly and safely. I also liked that nobody left until everyone was to the downhill part. Great effort, great driving, and lots of selfless acts. Even the guys bringing dinner out to the trail. That was a nice touch.

    My trailer axle falling off and both wheels bent to crap. Solved. I was adjusting my mirrors on the first corner out of Clayton and held the wheel just a little too long. The truck went right to the edge of the road and the trailer went a little into the grass. The problem was when the trailer wheels hit the concrete block of the culvert wheel. Bam! I look back and there's a wheel heading down the ditch. I had to walk back to see what I had hit. Brandon picked up the wheel. I had two bent to crap wheels and an axle that was sheered off. But then the calvary arrived and I went from that to back on the road, all in about 30 minutes. Simply amazing! Special thanks to Fredo & St. John, and especially Ed for the on-hand welder. It got me home with no further issues. Anyone want to buy a trailer.

    You guys are some talented, hard working, and prepared bad asses. Thanks for another great trip!

    We didnít take all that many pics. I just kind of forgot that I even had the camera most of the time. Oh well. Post link shortly.

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    Couldnt agree more
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    The only thing I wish is that I could have seen more folks wheel. I don't think I saw rouse, coop, pigpen, the big 800, etc.

    Notes I took -

    40-42" tires - I really like DaveO and Coop's TSLs
    flat belly - the rig, but I guess I could work on that too!
    low gearing with a standard - makes a standard a non issue on hills
    CB!
    V8 power
    smallish body
    lights
    winch
    beadlocks?
    one tons - 9s are cool but pricey
    Leaf Springs! - links are cool and all but not needed,more complicated, and prob more $$
    Corbeau or similar seats.
    Good passenger grab bars
    Quiet motor - maybe not quite as quiet as Lyndas though.
    OBA - york is the way to go


    This is all in addition to the more traditional obvious stuff
    Seth Stewart '04
    2000 Suburban DD
    1995 F150 SAS - Needs more work to sell
    1998 GMC pickup - sold
    2003 Yukon XL - wrecked/motor donor
    1975 Scout - TBD
    1976 Scout - parts truck
    1972 IH 1310 dually - TBD
    196? Scout 800 - 302 roller

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