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Guest Message by DevFuse

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Finally got another chance to test my rig!

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#1 Dante


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Posted 26 April 2004 - 04:54 PM

Work went nuts shortly after I finished putting rear disks and an LSD on the '83 wagon I bought from Mudrat79. I only got to test it once in the snow last winter.

Last weekend I took it up the North Fork of the Snoqualmie. We explored a bunch of side roads, including one that forded Lennox Creek and one with some nice mud holes. We finally found a nice campsite just shy of where the bridge is out on the Lennox Creek Road.

The real fun happened on Sunday, when we headed up the Middle Fork of the Snoqualmie. We found the little pit on the road that goes left before the concrete bridge accross the Taylor River. There are some fun hills and a talus slope to traverse. Maybe not hardcore, but a challenge for this relative newbie.

I also managed to catch some air on one of the straightaways shortly after passing someone. I hadn't counted on hitting that dip at speed, but the brief moment of zero gravity was fun :D

#2 Qman


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Posted 26 April 2004 - 05:31 PM

:clap: :clap: Was wondering about your where-abouts Dante. Glad to hear things are going good. Sounds like fun. We should be getting ready for a run shortly. Keep an eye on the board.


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