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Back safe and sound.

It was a great trip, and unlike anything I've ever done before. The wheeling was amazing, Bob was the perfect tour guide and Wagoneer spotted me with patience on the hard stuff late in the week. I made a couple of new friends. No real breakdowns.

Big thanks to Heath for all the help in preparation, and to Chris for the use of the shop for last minute stuff and for the tires.

I'll write a full report later. Dad's sending me the pictures later this week.

About 3600 miles by the end. About 400 off road.
 

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welcome back. Sounds like a cool trip. Glad you made it safe. No new dents? Can't wait to see pictures.

Re-dented the left rear quarter, but that's about it.

sorry i missed you.


Yeah, I heard you were going to be in camp on Fr night, but I was cooked by then. Hell's revenge, the endless raffle and the 16 hr drive on Saturday meant I was quick to the bunk.
 

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Glad you made it back.
Can't wait to see your pics.
Talk to you soon.
 
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Sounds like a great ride.

Looking forward to the write-up and pics!

Welcome home
 
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hey greg,
it was great meeting you and when i get close i'll contact you on the bumper.

get as many ideas as you want, pics to and e-mail me anytime.

jim
 
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About 3600 miles by the end. About 400 off road.

You have more miles on them new tires than I have on mine. You did in a week what I haven't done in two months. How did they do on the rocks?
 

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They were fine on rocks, but the rocks out there are like sandpaper. Even more grippy than Katemcy.

They sucked in sticky sand/mud/clay.

They were OK in the sand, aired down.

They were friggen awsome on the highway and especially in the rain.
 

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They were fine on rocks, but the rocks out there are like sandpaper. Even more grippy than Katemcy.

They sucked in sticky sand/mud/clay.

They were OK in the sand, aired down.

They were friggen awsome on the highway and especially in the rain.[/quote]





Thats what I wanted to hear Greg!:)
Thanks for the bidness!
 
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Did Dad wheel?
 

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Every single obstacle. Never drove off pavement, didn't want to.

Only time he got out was at Top of The World when I pulled up to the ledge.
 

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