Doug & I met another 'yota from the Springs & hit Penrose for my shakedown run after my axle swap. You'll all be happy to know that the yota's schooled the geap
Good day though. Started down Independence...
As per usual for me in Penrose, it only took about 50 yards for me to flop it
The new seats & harness worked!....and this is why I keep EVERYTHING strapped down very well. Glad my gas tank didn't leak after relocating behind the seats!
I was very grateful for the speedy recovery. That was starting to get uncomfortable hanging there. Got her back on all fours and continued on. I didn't have to pull the plugs this time, so that was good. I just puked out a little PS fluid, but that was it.
I'm having to learn to drive all over again
Then it was on to Patriot....with a lot more focus this time.
Of course I was the one that talked into trying the right line on Coffin Rock; that wasn't happening.
After about 3 attempts, I decided to take the left line but by tires were caked with mud and I wasn't getting any traction.....that's my story and I'm sticking with it!
Doug got off his line a little at first on the exit, but made it up without any issues.
I FINALLY walked an obstacle by the end of the day on the exit...took long enough
Good day out. I got some real good testing in on the new build, the geap did really well, no carnage, nice small group of rigs, good company, and great weather. We lucked out on the weather. It started to drizzle at the end, but that was it. I finished up the day with a little high speed testing and she felt pretty good. Only got it up to about 50-55 MPH, but it felt pretty good. Now I need to find some good jumps to really test it