Talk to you guys in a couple weeks, we're hittin the road!
No. At least competition slicks are sticky. ;-)Originally posted by Big Bad Pete:
Sounds like he's got some "competition slicks" going on?
Well its in one piece it just has few new piecesOriginally posted by Jarett:
Bring the truk back in one piece
They're coming, we have to get them out of the digital camera, tomorow probablyOriginally posted by Big Bad Pete:
PICTURES PICTURES PICTURES I want to see lots of PICTURES (when you get back that is)!
Hey, thanks for the offer Mike, but I had several volonteer at just about every stop light in Mexicali and Tijuana.Originally posted by MEK:
Need someone to come along and wash the windshield for you?
Ya, Dean Stuart told me when I bought them off him not to drive on those things, that was sound advice. I mounted them up and drove from my buddys shop in Coquitlam and couldnt get over 30kmh before the whole truck went into convolsions, and if I hit the slightest rut on the road it would shake so violently I had to come to a complete stop to get it to quit, so I bit the bullet and drove the whole trip on my swampers, and took one of the gumbos as a spare.Originally posted by creeper:
everyone should be saying good luck. he is the bravest person i know. i now have a new hero. you should see the street tires he is driving down there on. i mounted and balanced these "things" for him and it's hard to consider them tires anymore. just ask lars. but hey they're not any better than my street tires, mine do have tread though. well have a safe trip, have fun and drink lots. also thanks for the bottle of tookillya, you guys still shouldn't have done that. we will definley have to wheel some rocks when we get back. adios pals.
What can you tell me about this park? Near which major interstates? Terrain? Camping/RV parking near an entrance?Originally posted by monzter:
I suggest if you're ever down in south central California go check out the Salton Sea OHV park,
Its right off interstate 86, the area is right next to the highway. The easiest way to get there from San Diego would be to take Hwy 8 east then 86 to salton City. The terrain consists of mostly packed sand hills and ravines with miles of trails weaving all through it, some cool hill climbs and some nice twisty tight sections. The area consists of three parks and has some of the best dirtbike riding around acording to a guy we were BSing with. I believe you can camp just about anywhere in the park, atleast you could at the event, there was also an RV park just down the highway.Originally posted by Jordan:
What can you tell me about this park? Near which major interstates? Terrain? Camping/RV parking near an entrance?