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Hi, me and my gf moved to bc not a long time ago from Quebec. I drive a FJ cruiser with stock suspension and tires, and equipped with a winch. We both professionnals in early 30 that enjoy light trail and general outdoor sports. My gf is a bit of a girly type, so I would reallylike find a couple or two for some easy ride where I am not slowing everyone due to my setup (but dont worry I know how to get my hands dirty)... and where riding is just an occasion to go out, see some nature and maybe catch a fish and or drink a beer, if it not ending in a hot spring, a camping or a canoe.
Drop me a line if there any activities that sound like it.

Cheers,

Badaboum
 

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hey welcome to vancouver and the board......how long have you both been out west for? ive got a fairly stock truck ive got a 97 landcruiser with a 2.5 inch lift and 33's and a roof rack. my gf and i live in squamish so if you ever wanna come up for a day trip or camping or whatever drop me a line.
 

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Well thanks for the warm welcome, so who is proposing something for next week end? Got my bumper back on my truck after heavy tuning and paint job... A small trip in the back courty or simply a day at whistler... Show us beautifull BC spots!


My winch is going for a paint job this week, Might not be ready but got tons of shackles..
 

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pics of the gf err, i mean fj :finger_1:

im sure there will be heaps of runs to get in on. to get your feet wet, i suggest the maintenance run thats every 2nd saturday. its pretty tame and good for a first outing. stock friendly, and people to help spot ya, etc. they go up harrison west road to hale creek, then sunrise, the former being more stock friendly. @ sunrise, you can always park @ the bottom and hitch a ride up...but i think an FJC or trail edition 4runner. for more of a technical run up the harrison fsr, the weaver/francis bypass adds a bit of fun.

dano82 has offered to be the tourguide for the squamish & paradise valley area. i think we should take him up on that offer... :cwm14:
 

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Hey I am still looking for invites on easy trails... Dano are you still up for something?

I ordered suspension tires and rock sliders (been approved as a wholeseller), should be good for medium trails in 2-3 weeks... could certainly use a bit of help if someone has done some Old man emu? Im poor, underequipped, have plenty of time and whanna learn-understand how my truck is running....
P.S. I can order and or bring stuff back from seattle... my trip is in 1-2 week, tell me what u need...
 
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