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Any runs being planned? Something a little challenging?

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Dale, I think the herd is planning a run to Chilliwack. Nothing to difficult, but we might open up Evil Laugh all the way though if we can find a chain saw to cut though the few windfall trees blocking the road.

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anybody wheelin' local this long one?
like to tag along

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Wes: got a trail dificulty rating? compared to eagle ridge or sunrise(the only well known trails ive been on).
ive got 3 chainsaws, 2 definetly work while the other should work but is grumpy about starting and is pre chain brake era.

still have to get around to hardwiring the mic for my CB to the CB unit to get rid of the intermitent transmiting but it recieves fine.


words of wisdom: using 55cc chain saw with a close to 2foot bar to cut brush is annoying.

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Trail difficulty for the main is that it is basically 2wd. Knee Slapper is for non-full sizes and usually requires more drivers skill than vehicle mods (but some flex does help). Flat Shack has sidehills and is tight and twisty. Climb to the sky does not like IFS trucks. Evil Laugh is a mud run that when we take out the windfall will likely require winching or tugging for the trucks with 31" and smaller tires to make it all the way though.
The side trails are not very long, so it is easy enough to skip them if you want to.

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Originally posted by cherokee:
anybody wheelin' local this long one?
like to tag along

eric


hey we were thinking of a short trip on friday and we are going to be going back to stave sunday and possibly crashing there onto monday i dont know just a thought

 

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hmmm, im gunna stay home.

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Originally posted by vibe:
Originally posted by cherokee:
anybody wheelin' local this long one?
like to tag along

eric


hey we were thinking of a short trip on friday and we are going to be going back to stave sunday and possibly crashing there onto monday i dont know just a thought

Perhaps I will see you and Dax at Stave on Sunday then. I must change my front brake shoes before I go anywherer though. It's hard to find time.



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don't have much time on saturday
to play trucks vibe, however,sunday
is a different story.
i'll be at stave around 12-dark.
hope to see you and dax
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