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TSF may 25th '08
Posted 27 May 2008 - 04:00 PM
Mods can move it to the Soob trails section if they think it passes.
Went out to TSF with the SORE4x4 guys.
Mainly lifted Jeeps and a Toyota showed.
Did several trails and Hogsback was rockin' till the top when we found a "glacier" that was not very inviting.
All had fun and I only had to bow out on two spots.
And had no stuck points. Which really impressed them. And I got invited to wheel with them anythime I want.
As one of them put it in thier trip post on another forum "Jason's little Roo did awesome and went everywhere he pointed it."
We did a few of the powerline trails.
Little Rubicon. (I just watched on that one, Looking at it I could have gotten through a spot. But proly would have been one less door)
Got a few pics.
Hogsback, This one was twisty and real steep in some spots. They reopened it after doubling it's length last year and changing most of it around. Most of the other rigs were doing three point turns, but not the Soob!
Coming out of Hogsback.
Posted 27 May 2008 - 04:36 PM
but it all looks really fun... I totally need to get some 14" pugs...
you were out there the day after my friend and his Land Rover group...
Posted 27 May 2008 - 07:46 PM
It was fun, lots of slippery mud and rocks.
Posted 28 May 2008 - 01:47 AM
The guys I was with had seen a stock minivan go down it though (at speed, with lots of crunch), so they figured I had a chance if I didn't mind major body damage.
doubleu tee ef?! a stock mini van? suicidal much?
Posted 28 May 2008 - 01:32 PM
People go out and do all kinds of dumb things in the woods for a good laugh.... unfortunately. :-\
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