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Those are some great pics. Looks like you had lots of fun

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Leo - Great pics!

Man you guys almost make me miss my Ranger...Ford TTB is the next best thing to solid axle!
 

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My truck has IFS but it did pretty well on the trail. Eventually when I have the funds, I will probably do a SAS with a 6 inch lift and 33's.

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i am guessing hut lakes is in the squamish region?

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Originally posted by monzter:
Hey Leo, Hows the face, any black eyes?
Fortunately I escaped with only a minor bruise and abrasions. I was expecting a big ugly mouse under my eye this morning but it did not materialize.


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Great pics upper hut is a great trip. Hey monster did u lift a tire comin down the first waterfall? Last time i did upper my rear tire had some good air. Looks like the same stump and rock got your truck on the second waterfall, damm thing claimed my signal light and fender, nothing like a few war wounds though!

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I dont know if I lifted a tire but that rock wall sure got me, broke both flares to pieces on that side(they were already cracked though) and wrinkled my front fender a little, gives me an excuse to finally make them removable


I think Dale got away with only a little dent on the front of his quarter panel coming down. Leo ripped part of his bumper off, luckily it popped back on. All in all it was a fun day of mild carnage.
 

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Great pics, usually pictures don't really capture how hard a trail is, but those are well shot. Looks like fun, might have to try it out next year


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That was one of the funnest trips I've been on. Specialy for one that almost didn't happen for either Ryan nor I.

I burnt a header gasket on the way to Squamish. Picked up a regular exhaust manifold gasket and made it fit. 20 minutes and on the road again.

Ryan was running really rough. He bought some fuel additive and was good to go.

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I was planning on joining you guys, unfortunatly a blew my balls joints out
I definatly want to go up there with you guys next trip!!!

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Originally posted by Bazzer:
I burnt a header gasket on the way to Squamish. Picked up a regular exhaust manifold gasket and made it fit. 20 minutes and on the road again.Ryan was running really rough. He bought some fuel additive and was good to go.
Second time in a row I got some bad gas! I think once my rig figured out we were goin wheelin it started purrn' like a kitten.


That was definetly the fasted gasket swap I ever witnessed.
 

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I sure wished I could have been there, next time for sure. Ryan, like we were talking about before bushwackers are crap. I saw some mud flaps at Lordco for 30 or 40 bucks that you can bolt on with a little trimming. E mail me for more details. Nice pics Leo, I guess that baby of yours no longer has that showroom shine? Time for some classy paint like mine....

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Originally posted by monzter:
Second time in a row I got some bad gas! I think once my rig figured out we were goin wheelin it started purrn' like a kitten.
Was it Arco gas by any chance? 'cause when I used it one time, my truck ran like sh*t and wouldn't idle properly. I try to use either Petro Can or Chevron gas as much as possible. Esso gas is not too bad as well.

Originally posted by MEK:
Nice pics Leo, I guess that baby of yours no longer has that showroom shine? Time for some classy paint like mine....
I was expecting the trail to be more closed in with bushes...but it wasn't as bad as some of the other trails I've been on. I guess Gerry in the yellow Hummer widened the trail a bit when he went up the last time.


Can you get rhino lining in green?


See ya on the trails Mike!

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