New Year's Day No-Snow Run - Puerco (1 Viewer)

Dumpolina

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Larry thank you for a very pleasant day. Great way to bring in the new year.

I don't have Lurch's talent so here's just a few pics from my dirty lensed iPhone
More here on flickr: Puerco HDC 1.1.18

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Carnage noted:

  • Larry (front bumper "tweaked" on driver side)
  • Juan (scratched rear bumper cover)
  • Nate (broken driver taillight lens)
  • Walt W. (busted rear driver vent window)
  • Grant (punctured side wall rear driver tire - cut pinky finger - blood observed)
 
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Dumpolina

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Carnage noted:

  • Larry (front bumper "tweaked" on driver side)
  • Juan (scratched rear bumper cover)
  • Nate (broken driver taillight lens)
  • Walt W. (Busted rear driver vent window)
Do I get credit for wrecking a sidewall, if the tire was already mostly wore out? I cut my pinky finger on my console, too :frown:
 

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Carnage noted:

  • Larry (front bumper "tweaked" on driver side)
  • Juan (scratched rear bumper cover)
  • Nate (broken driver taillight lens)
  • Walt W. (Busted rear driver vent window)
I was going 25-30 mph east up one of the major arroyo when suddenly I found myself approaching some mogles. I couldn't slow down fast enough. After getting some articulated modulation (of course, in slow motion), I was launched into the air and came down hard on the front bumper bottom. It popped off the bumper cover corner on the driver side. I was able to push it back on but it does look like the bumper space on the driver side has no space whereas the gap on the passenger side has a bigger gap.
 

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Wait were is the 3 hour video of Larry S L O W L Y ascending the sand hill climb using electronic traction voodoo? :flipoff2:

I'm actually going to remember this. Next time I am in a group and we are running behind, I am going to pull this stunt to see how agitated I can get some folks.

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I'm actually going to remember this. Next time I am in a group and we are running behind, I am going to pull this stunt to see how agitated I can get some folks.

:flipoff2:

Flickr was a no go but YouTube accepted it. As always, video doesn’t do justice to how steep this is. Truly an amazing machine you have there Larry!

 

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