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Dick Foster said:
Well what if I said no, what then HUH?

I would pee on your tires! :xdevil:
 

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Dick Foster said:
That's it. Now you're getting ramped, punk.

Is that some sort of Cali ghey thing? Sorry dude, I'm not ghey.
 

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If you plan on attending any of days at AZRocks, Please go to the link below and fill out the signup form.

Thanks!

http://www.azttora.com/azrockssignupform.htm
I signed up for the medium trails Thursday, hard trails Friday, and easy trails Saturday (if we're not fixing trucks).

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I did hard, medium, easy. But your strategy may be better.
Warm up with a practice round
Do the hard thing
Take it easy. You've skated and are gonna make it home if you didn't bust shit the day before. If you're wrenching, you didn't miss much the last day anyway.

I was giving it two days for fixing something really FUBARed and needing to get parts out of Phoenix or something. I still remember over nighting a transfer case that time.
 

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Mike said:
I signed up for the medium trails Thursday, hard trails Friday, and easy trails Saturday (if we're not fixing trucks).

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....Mike
Cool, I was thinking for the medium trail we can run Martinez and something else we didn't run last time. Martinez is not too hard but very senic. You'll like it!
 

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Cool, I was thinking for the medium trail we can run Martinez and something else we didn't run last time. Martinez is not too hard but very senic. You'll like it!
Are you guys going to highly recommend winches for anyone running Axle Alley? I would rather not be on that trail for 11 hours again this time. :D

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Dick Foster said:
I did hard, medium, easy. But your strategy may be better.
Warm up with a practice round
Do the hard thing
Take it easy. You've skated and are gonna make it home if you didn't bust shit the day before. If you're wrenching, you didn't miss much the last day anyway.

I was giving it two days for fixing something really FUBARed and needing to get parts out of Phoenix or something. I still remember over nighting a transfer case that time.
I missed the last day of wheeling last trip out because I killed a bunch of tires. Glad I'm running MT/R's now! I am bringing two spares though, they have some pointy sharp assed rocks out there!

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Mike said:
Are you guys going to highly recommend winches for anyone running Axle Alley? I would rather not be on that trail for 11 hours again this time. :D

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Yes, But I might be the exception because it is looking like I'm not going to get one before then. I'm President now I can break the rules! :D
 

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Yes, But I might be the exception because it is looking like I'm not going to get one before then. I'm President now I can break the rules! :D
As long as someone with a winch goes first! I don't remember anyone making the first obstacle without winching when I was there! I think everyone had to get winched up the last obstacle too.

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Mike said:
As long as someone with a winch goes first! I don't remember anyone making the first obstacle without winching when I was there! I think everyone had to get winched up the last obstacle too.
The first time I did that trail nobody had to winch up, But yeah, Most if not all likely will have to have a little tug from the tow strap. The IFS guys where the ones that needed a winch. We (SAS trucks) are tall enough to get up the wall, Just not over it.
 

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Dan, I had all intenions of coming to AZ ROCKS
I informed Mike, heatstroke, that my family business has some issues to resolve and I have to remain in state to maintain some stability
I really wanted to make it, I had a lot of fun when I visited and wheeled with you guys in late July!!
I will return in the fall or next Spring
peace out
 

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98 Taco said:
Dan, I had all intenions of coming to AZ ROCKS
I informed Mike, heatstroke, that my family business has some issues to resolve and I have to remain in state to maintain some stability
I really wanted to make it, I had a lot of fun when I visited and wheeled with you guys in late July!!
I will return in the fall or next Spring
peace out

No problem, You gotta do what you gotta do. The family is more important then wheeling.
 

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No problem, You gotta do what you gotta do. The family is more important then wheeling.
Got my permit today, and I think I know the answer, but is this permit per person, or per vehicle? I'll have two people in my rig.

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Mike said:
Got my permit today, and I think I know the answer, but is this permit per person, or per vehicle? I'll have two people in my rig.

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As far as I know they are per person, Unless you have a "family permit".
 

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Mike said:
Got my permit today, and I think I know the answer, but is this permit per person, or per vehicle? I'll have two people in my rig.

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Mike, I don't know if you saw Shanes post on the SW board, But it looks like everybody on state trust land needs a state land use permit. That means even if someone is riding with you, they have to have a permit of thier own.

""ARIZONA STATE LAND RECREATIONAL USE PERMIT

EVERY PERSON ENTERING UPON STATE TRUST LAND MUST HAVE AN ASLD RECREATIONAL PERMIT

"The "Individual" permit is for the purchaser ONLY. It cannot be used for others in your group nor passed on to another individual.

The "Family" permit is for the purchaser and his/her immediate family only. i.e.: Spouse and/or minor children. A family member (sister/brother/parent/aunt/uncle etc) living within or outside your household is not eligible under the "Family" permit. (If you can declare them on your income taxes they are considered immediate family.)"
 

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Looks like they are getting really pissey about it, huh? Maybe I'll have to remove AZ from the top of my retirement short list and continue my search.
 
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