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Old 03-23-2013, 09:23 AM   #26
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He uses the Low/Low frequently, especially on the technical crawling we like most. Both of us are incredibly happy with the doubler.

As far as pictures......it is such a PITA to post pics here. Everywhere else, I can directly upload from my puter or use tapatalk.
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He uses the Low/Low frequently, especially on the technical crawling we like most. Both of us are incredibly happy with the doubler.

As far as pictures......it is such a PITA to post pics here. Everywhere else, I can directly upload from my puter or use tapatalk.

I agree on the pictures, big reason why I don't post many.
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Old 03-23-2013, 08:34 PM   #28
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if you wanta email to me i will post all of them ( i dont have a lot of friends or work at the moment )

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if you wanta email to me i will post all of them ( i dont have a lot of friends or work at the moment )

zukijamesoffroad@gmail.com
Cool, thanks for the help!
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Old 03-24-2013, 01:28 AM   #30
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Hells gate optional climb obstacle on hells revenge




Hells gate eats a lot of rigs. Here is a vid of a jeep getting totaled


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Old 03-24-2013, 01:38 AM   #31
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Chewy hill can be nasty





Be sure to add area Bfe on Facebook and like there page

Not sure on first so I'm just guessing. Bfe or maybe rusty nail or one of those over there




Upper heldorado trail at area bfe now mostly just known as heldorado since lower it bought and closed


The exit water fall only way out of heldorado besides turning around and going back the way you came! No bypasses!




Hope I got everything right looks like a good time
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Old 03-24-2013, 07:29 AM   #32
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Awesome job, I appreciate your effort in the upload. I see you are from MOAB, wished I would have realized that and been able top meet you while there.

You named every picture perfectly. My favorite area/trails were: BFE, Rusty Nail, Pritchett Canyon and Hell's Revenge.
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Old 03-24-2013, 10:31 AM   #33
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I guess I should change my thing I don't live there anymore I forgot it still said Moab I never got to do rusty nail almost did it last trip but I was in a stock landrover with trimmed fenders 33s and welded rear dif

Didn't think it would be a good idea. But I did take the rover through prichett but I know the lines so that helped a lot .

If you ever come back maybe we can meet up
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damn thing flexes like a slinky !
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Joe what is your wheel base on this one. I want to set my silver one up kinda like it.
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Joe what is your wheel base on this one. I want to set my silver one up kinda like it.
Don't remember for sure, but I think 107" it is stock TT trailslayer. Seems like it added 20". 14 in the front and 6 in the rear? It drives really nice on the road and on the trail. I just got through putting and engine in one of my Isuzu Troopers and hope to get it in the shop space to fix the transmission. Brent said it is designed to work best with 39.5" tires up to 42's. Depending where I am headed I put a set of 35" KM2's on it. (for road miles) The cut up Thornbirds worked great at Moab, they are 38's, true height is like 37.
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thanks,biggest tire I will run will be 35's on this one.
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Even with 35" tires it still has a very good approach angles. Let me know if you need some more info. I think the center of gravity is improved with the 35's also. I am just trying to get my $150 per tire out of the birds.
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