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Friday was the "maiden" voyage for the new Syota and we did a 3.0 trail out of Payson to some indian ruins and some old cowboy cabins south of town. Truck did great cept for some trans issues on teh highway back into town that ended up fixing itself the next morning????

No real rocks but a damn good time anyway;

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The storm was still lingerin around and made for some erie moments and restricted the scenery;


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We dropped into and climbed out of a few canyons along the way and ended up in this valley with some cool indian ruins and rock formations;



Comin up to the cowboy cabins, there is alot of history about these as they were used up til about 5 years ago;



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inside the orignal stone and mud cabin;


There was a cool truck spotted out the window;

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The newer one was wood and had a few modern features;

but not restrooms;

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We had lunch at the cabins and then went further down the trail to a rock out-cropping to play around abit but the rocks were all wet, our tires were packed with AZ clay and there were puddles everywhere;



Plus we were about 30 miles from civilization

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got some vids of me on this but I was denied time and time again and I have to upload them yet;



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I came back down it too;


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On our way back we saw this old rock formation but we couldn't figure out why they would build it?


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We also got rained on pretty good for about an hour on the way back. Was a great day with the High Country Renegades out on the trail.

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Looked like a fun run Sy. I kind of felt I needed to stay in town with only four tires. Although I gained a ton of confidence in the durability of those Creepy's!

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Thanks for sharing the photo's.

Just makes me want to get into the mountains some more.

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vid #1 of me floppin on the rocks;

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Looked like a fun run Sy. I kind of felt I needed to stay in town with only four tires. Although I gained a ton of confidence in the durability of those Creepy's!
Did you convert your rig to a 6x6? Dually? How many tires you need?

Where's your trip report?

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No, just would like to have a spare for situations just like this

http://s162.photobucket.com/albums/t...1-29-08002.flv

Need a new wheel after this little carnage, and some beadlocks.

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No, just would like to have a spare for situations just like this

http://s162.photobucket.com/albums/t...1-29-08002.flv

Need a new wheel after this little carnage, and some beadlocks.
Hey Nate,you didnt get video of me doing 4th gear burnouts on that spot??WTF?

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No, just would like to have a spare for situations just like this

http://s162.photobucket.com/albums/t...1-29-08002.flv

Need a new wheel after this little carnage, and some beadlocks.

Whoops you don't get much traction that way and we didn't get into anything like that this w/e.

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No, just would like to have a spare for situations just like this

http://s162.photobucket.com/albums/t...1-29-08002.flv

Need a new wheel after this little carnage, and some beadlocks.
Ummm....nice spotting Stroke and Uriel!

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I wasn't spotting, I was providing encouragment .

Nate: "What did he say?"
Uriel: lol "Stroke says to hit it harder" lol.

Nate was doing everything right, it just wasn't going. It was kind of sloppy, the rear diff kept dragging, and the length wasn't helping either. If the rim hadn't bent and the tire didn't slip off, he would of had it. Next time.

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I wasn't spotting, I was providing encouragment .

Nate: "What did he say?"
Uriel: lol "Stroke says to hit it harder" lol.

Nate was doing everything right, it just wasn't going. It was kind of sloppy, the rear diff kept dragging, and the length wasn't helping either. If the rim hadn't bent and the tire didn't slip off, he would of had it. Next time.
Say it isn't so? even with 4D's?

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Yeah, look at the rock right under my rear bumper when I bump over it. I think my diff ground 25lbs of rock into powder. All that white that looks like snow, its rock dust

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Yeah, look at the rock right under my rear bumper when I bump over it. I think my diff ground 25lbs of rock into powder. All that white that looks like snow, its rock dust
I noticed that but I know how sensitive you are about your ass er um rear diff draggin everything......

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No, just would like to have a spare for situations just like this

http://s162.photobucket.com/albums/t...1-29-08002.flv

Need a new wheel after this little carnage, and some beadlocks.
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Hey Nate,you didnt get video of me doing 4th gear burnouts on that spot??WTF?
How come you didn't crawl it?

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Ummm....nice spotting Stroke and Uriel!
No kidding! Why are you that high up on the wall to the driver's side. I climb both fronts at the same time...and it works.....everytime.

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No kidding! Why are you that high up on the wall to the driver's side. I climb both fronts at the same time...and it works.....everytime.
As long as YOU keep YOUR tires on the rims!

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