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2/4/2012 A&B Asphalt canyons

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2/4/2012 A&B Asphalt canyons

Postby Wrench » Wed Feb 08, 2012 6:46 pm

Met up with a few friends at about 10:30am at Conoco outside Benton City. We aired down and discovered one of the Cherokee's in the group had a failed fuel pump, leaving just 3 rigs for the run.

We hit nearly all the canyons behind A&B asphalt, with a few new dents but no major damage. Strung a winch line once, though he might have made it anyway, we were just trying to avoid body damage.

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Postby Danny » Mon Feb 13, 2012 5:30 pm

Looks like a good run Paul. I've never been up there. Need to put it on my list.
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Postby Livin4Today » Sun Feb 19, 2012 4:17 pm

Where exactly is this?
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Postby Livin4Today » Sun Feb 19, 2012 8:28 pm

JK Lance wrote:Where exactly is this?


Ok, we actually found one of the "canyons" you guys followed, Tara made it out without help, and I made it to the top of the canyon and then we had to winch my DIRTY (Snow/Mud/Dust) JKU up over the last little shelf in darkness no less. In the course of winching, actually right at the beginning,

We learned the valuable lesson in winching, that being to leave at least 1 wrap left on your drum, because a 12k winch pulling against a 9500 winch, w/o a wrap I'm going to yank your cable right off the drum.

On that note, does anybody wanna help put a new end on Tara's cable tomorrow before we go play? I feel bad yanking her chain and leavin' her without a winch...

But hey we had an awesome day!

So we are both off and looking to play tomorrow if ANYBODY else had some free time let's go play in thar hills!

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Postby Livin4Today » Sun Feb 19, 2012 8:30 pm

JK Lance wrote:Call or Text anytime


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Building a capable off roader is easy, building a street legal one that you can wheel and then drive daily is the challenge...

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Postby abnormaloffrd » Wed Feb 29, 2012 8:50 pm

ya my blue cherokee was open both ends too made it more fun though


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