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Please post pics of Summit Carnage, Flats, Winch Rescues, etc. here for all to see and admire. :rofl:
 

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Great pic of MrBigAxe posing near the beginning of the Alpine Loop.

 

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I had a slow leak at the end of my last run. We did a on site repair with some help from TRDparts4u! Thanks Phil ! Now I just have to order that Tire gauge and work light.

 

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What no trail chrome! Not that I wish that on anyone, but somebody has to have a little.
 

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Lee, you need to photchop that and tell people how you blew a bead and had to reset it all by yourself.
 

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Only carnage I got was several pounds of dust inside mine. I took an air hose to it today and spent several minutes getting most out of the seats and vents, etc. Had clouds coming out.

I think I only contacted the tailpipe twice on the trails, really mellow stuff.
 

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Wilson is my hero just for attempting this one.:rocker:
 

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Wilson is my hero just for attempting this one.:rocker:
wow.....that's amazingly........amazingly CRAZY!:silly:
 

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I posted this on my build up page, but it belongs here. Look at the drivers side skid plate. Imogene left it's mark!
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Guess this is why we put the skids on our rigs eh?? It kinda got all bent up!
 

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Only carnage I got was several pounds of dust inside mine. I took an air hose to it today and spent several minutes getting most out of the seats and vents, etc. Had clouds coming out.

I think I only contacted the tailpipe twice on the trails, really mellow stuff.
Ditto on the dust, scraped a few times following Rotorhed :rocker:
 

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Wilson is my hero just for attempting this one.:rocker:
Yeah Steve!

(side note, IF he flipped, the guy on the bumper could easily be crushed/killed. I would highly recommend a strap to the roof rack for 1 to a couple of people to pull on. Not to mention, a strap on the roof rack is a much more effective tool for this in terms of physics, trust me.)
 

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Wilson is my hero just for attempting this one.:rocker:
X2! WILSON IS DA MAN!!!

P.S. I think he could have made it.... but then, it wasn't MY FJ.... :rocker:
 

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Wilson is my hero just for attempting this one.:rocker:

We crossed that creek a little closer to where the photographer is.
I thought about trying it there where your rig is in this photo, but figured it would likely scrape off all of my under parts. :p
Nice try Steve.
 

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Wilson rocks! :rocker:
Question, unless you are escaping a Nuke blast why would you attemp this with a 30K ride? other than showing off of course...LOL

I love off roading, i understand the rock climbing, but this is intense, and stupid IMO
 
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