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Utah Users Unite!
Posted 09 March 2004 - 10:57 AM
What a great place....
Only regret is, didn't take Summer with.:boohoo:
Did Hells Revenge,
If a guy prepared a Subie right I think all three of these trails could be Subed!
Posted 15 March 2004 - 01:08 AM
I'm from Spanish Fork, but I don't get any off-roadin done. (It's kind of hard in a XT). Cool to know theres some real soob enthusiasts around here!
Posted 15 March 2004 - 12:51 PM
Posted 15 March 2004 - 04:37 PM
There's modified XT's around,
One of my favorites
This guy is running what looks to be a tractor tire with a chevron pattern. I thought this ride was great!
Hatchet, where is little Moab from Nutty Putty?
82 Summer, needs to get finished!
01 Forester, finished!
Posted 15 March 2004 - 09:53 PM
So you head west into the hills several miles till you see the first little spot of rock off to the left close to the road on the east side of a hill. Keep going west and around the hill on the other side is another very little spot. All along you should be able to see the largest spot to the right or the north off in the distance. From the road it just looks like a bald bump on the south face of those small mountains and it stands out because of its lighter color. Once you see them you will know from all the tire marks and gouges all over the rock.
If you are on your way to nutty putty then you will pass right by all three spots and then you head north a few miles. If you have gone over the pass and find yourself looking into a very desolate valley then you have gone too far, but I doubt that will happen they are very easy to see.
I have some pics, but can't post them yet. Hope to see some Soobs up there sometime.
Posted 17 March 2004 - 10:56 PM
Posted 18 March 2004 - 04:02 PM
Is this your wagon in the pic?
How Subaruable is this area?
82 Summer, running but not finished.
01 Forester, running and finished!
Posted 19 March 2004 - 01:07 AM
There is a lot of rock and steep rough roads that a stock Soob can have fun crawling over. Then if you have a Soob with at least a 6inch lift then there is some pretty cool rock to play on. The great part about it is that is it soooo close to the SLC and Provo area. The down side is that if you show up at the wrong time it can be much too crowded.
I had a lot of people laughing at me for even just showing up with an old Soob, but I would like to think they were impressed with what it could do as long as I had clearance. I have to be careful since it is my ride to work and everything else. The week before I put a big dent in the oil pan shield with a rock that jumped out of the ground.
I would love to see other Soobs show up for a try at it. I hear the jacked up yellow hatch from Orem plays out there sometimes.
Posted 19 March 2004 - 08:15 AM
Posted 19 March 2004 - 05:16 PM
Good to hear from you. Get deploied so you can get back!
In Moab, with a winch, we could have got Little Roo where ever we needed her. Lots of good vertical "kodak moments"
What's your angle of approach? You have a skid plate on that beast? I need to make one before Moab---even though it will just get torn off:eek:
By the way the beast is up and running I'll be doing some serious shake down work this spring, getting the bugs out of the buggy. I should have a tested and true rig when you return.
82 Hatch, well it started out as one....
01 Forester, still is.....
Posted 22 March 2004 - 05:17 PM
I have Hatch parts to give away......
See my post in the market place forum for info.
I'd like to see them live on rather than recycle them.
Think about dumb little parts you could use:confused:
No shipping charges if you pick them up!
82 Hatch, now with a new off-road look!
01 Forester, wannabe off-roader:eek:
Posted 22 March 2004 - 05:31 PM
Posted 22 March 2004 - 07:01 PM
Come take a look and see if there is anything you can use. It's probably all junk but it may be worth a look???
Give me a pm with your # and I'll call.
82 Hatch, going, going......
01 Forester, keeps going & going!
Posted 07 April 2004 - 02:30 PM
Went through the San Rafael Swell last weekend. The Forester was at home in the desert terrain. As it was threatening to rain, My boy and I ended up sleeping in the Forester? I was thinking it was going to be painful getting elbowed all night folded up on a tiny car. It turns out that the Forester folds out nice and flat! My little boy didn't kick me all night like I was thinking. I was surprised at just how much room there really was! What a great campmobile!
At least half of the vehicles I saw were Subaru wagons of some sort! Must be a Subaru Mecca down in the San Rafael Swell?
82 Summer, up and raging!
01 Forester, campmobile!
Posted 06 May 2004 - 12:34 AM
So i will try it here.
Check out this sight. Lots of great pics of
Utah and Nevada. Maybe you will like to come
and see us in person. I have been on roads here
in Utah all day and never seen eneyone else.
So be prepaired. Like at least 2 spare tyres.
Trust me on this.
Posted 10 May 2004 - 11:55 AM
Good to hear from you...
Lots of great trails around these parts. I don't have a spare:confused:
I still need to figure that one out before I go to far from civilization.
I met with Hatchet last week and passed off some parts to him.
He's a nice guy. Sort of a real small meet and greet at my house.
Utah'ns are growing in number all the time:)
Posted 04 November 2004 - 05:02 PM
Have not heard from Utah folks in a while...
Is anyone out there? Shout out if Urine Utah!
Posted 04 November 2004 - 05:20 PM
Posted 07 November 2004 - 06:02 PM
Posted 22 November 2004 - 01:36 PM
Well actually we stole him from OR. & WY. HARPUA is now residing in SLC, UT. with his little boys. We spent Saturday morning attaching his exhaust back to his Turbo It's now happy again!
We (Utah) may soon have enough members to fill up a car!
82 SubaruHummer--collected snow Saturday
01 Forester--installed gauge pack in dash Saturday!---One Pimped Forester!
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