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Discussion in 'NM- High Desert Cruisers' started by LBBLC100, Dec 29, 2017.
Man that hood looks familiar...
Woof that dust is no bueno!
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
Wait were is the 3 hour video of Larry S L O W L Y ascending the sand hill climb using electronic traction voodoo?
Steve, great photos! You really have some talent there!
What a great day. Thanks for everybody coming out.
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)
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
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.
Flickr wouldn't accept the 512MB file... the error message said that while it was technically inspiring, it was too boring
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.
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!
Here are some of my pix.
@LBBLC100 that is such a pretty rig!
I wish that clown in the TLCA shirt would just shut up and change the dang tire...
Larry, were you aired down during this climb?
Yes - 15 lbs. I know, the tires don't look like it.