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View Poll Results: When was the last time you wheeled with the club?
TTORA Takeover 10 14.08%
2 weeks 26 36.62%
1 month 9 12.68%
2 months 14 19.72%
6 months or more 9 12.68%
I'm a web wheeler 3 4.23%
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post #1 of 91 (permalink) Old 08-11-2005, 07:07 PM Thread Starter
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When was the last time you wheeled...

I've got a club event tomorrow, but prior to that was 2 months ago.

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post #2 of 91 (permalink) Old 08-11-2005, 07:08 PM
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Coupla weeks ago.

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I've got a club event tomorrow, but prior to that was 2 months ago.

For ME; just 5 days ago.

You need to add another option....for us "hardcore" people....'within one week'....

before that, it was two weeks.....I think.

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About ~2 months ago.. It was Miller Jeep Trail.. After the run I had my truck down for a week.. Had to replace O2 sensor, MAF sensor, Coolant Temperature Engine Sensor and motor oil...

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post #6 of 91 (permalink) Old 08-11-2005, 09:05 PM
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Two weeks ago at Barnwell Mountain.

There were 13 of us for dinner saturday night at our camp.

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Went out to Carnegie a couple weeks ago. Had to drive home on aired down tires and a separated front driveshaft

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Went out to Carnegie a couple weeks ago. Had to drive home on aired down tires and a separated front driveshaft
LOL, how the heck did you do that??

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LOL, how the heck did you do that??
Oh just being stupid really Tried to drive up a big 3' tall cement block, got about half way there, got hung up and my front axle pushed way forward, tried to back out of it but was too stuck and my driveshaft pulled out. Stupid me didn't have any tools to fix it so I had to have my friend yank me off with his little Toyota LOL Never again will I do that Since I didn't have tools to fix it there, I ended up using some electrical tape I had to get it out of the way for the drive home. Fixed it later that night

And I guess they shut the air compressors off at a certain time, which is why I had to drive home on aired down tires Carnegie is fun but damn they need some more rock piles there for the trucks, too much dirtbike stuff

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Oh just being stupid really Tried to drive up a big 3' tall cement block, got about half way there, got hung up and my front axle pushed way forward, tried to back out of it but was too stuck and my driveshaft pulled out. Stupid me didn't have any tools to fix it so I had to have my friend yank me off with his little Toyota LOL Never again will I do that Since I didn't have tools to fix it there, I ended up using some electrical tape I had to get it out of the way for the drive home. Fixed it later that night

And I guess they shut the air compressors off at a certain time, which is why I had to drive home on aired down tires Carnegie is fun but damn they need some more rock piles there for the trucks, too much dirtbike stuff

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5 days ago at Marshall Creek, but it wasn't with TTORA. It was with another local 4x4 club. Plan on going again in 9 days, but this time testing out the Bronco's manual hub and t-case swap.

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I agree, wheeled like 3 days ago.
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They have been saying they are going to put in more 4X4 stuff for years now and it's still the same old shit. It's not worth the trip really.

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last weekend for me, but not with the club. just went up to the wildomar ohv area and messed around on hell hill(i think thats the name of it) got all the way up to the turn around spot before my balls turned from brass to jello. definetly want to try it again, all the way up this time. just need some other trucks to go along, just in case. its a gnarly hill, ill try and get picks of it next time im up there. the entire hill is made of DG(degenerated granite{think bbs or marbles under your tires}) and on top of that, the 5 foot deep rut right down the center of the trail is freekin huge!!


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las time for me was Hell Hole with the club......i went to Loon Lake and wheeled last week, but non club. next trip for me in Barney Riley.

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last time was takeover, In the month prior to takeover I went on 2 runs with other clubs, and on the 21st I will be going on another run with a different club.
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god damn that thing is looooooooooooong


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