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Woodies Wash Run Dec 12 2004

Discussion in 'Rocky Mountain Region' started by therobzilla, Dec 12, 2004.

  1. therobzilla

    therobzilla 1/2 ton status

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    Here are some pictures from this weekends run.





    Those In Attendence:

    • #1 Marv Springer "The Man"
    • #2 Rob Finelli "I'm not worthy of #1"
    • #4 Harley "Soooo Money"
    • #5 DJ "Big Dawg"
    • #6 Matt "Mr Doubler"
    • And soon to be #7 Eric Vos "Mr Desert Rat" and yes it's a Jeep
    It was a blast, even had to use 4x4 on in the tow rig to get the trailer off the trail. You try making a U Turn on the bottom of that skinny trail, with that long ass gooseneck trailer.

    Here is a link to Webshots, the Members Rides was not working for me. I have many more, just some to start.

    http://community.webshots.com/album/231446722TtyXQu

    Enjoy!







     
  2. Hossbaby50

    Hossbaby50 3/4 ton status

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    Yes, it was a damn good time on a damn good trail. Nice and tough but not to tough. Luckily we got threw it pretty unscathed. I had a great time and I think everyone else did too.

    Carnage:
    1 Axleshaft (DJ)
    1 blown bead (me)
    1 cut tire (Eric)
    Body Damage (just about everyone except Eric maybe)

    Harley
     
  3. pauly383

    pauly383 Daddy383 Staff Member Moderator

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    Glad ya'll had a good time . I love the pics . I had the joy of yardwork and window shopping ........ugh . Wish I was there :thumb:
     
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    Hossbaby50 3/4 ton status

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    Is that all the pics you got today or are there more to come? Just wondering.

    I found some pics of a trail you need to run Rob, since you are SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Money. :bow:

    http://www.arizonabastards.com/asylum

    Harley
     
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    Harley those are cool pics . I would ride along with someone just to see those indian ruins .

    I wonder though , how come the jeep guys in town , as evidenced by those pics , and what I read on local boards , break alot , and the big dog AZ ck5 guys don't break so much :pimp:

    [​IMG]
     
  6. therobzilla

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    I'd Hit That Once :)

    Harley,

    Is that trail in Florence or Table Mesa? I have heard of it, it looks pretty cool. I'd hit it once!!! :D Or hell maybe even twice :D :D .

    I could be convinced to try this trail, looks like a huge amout of fun.....

    I would still like to finish Annaconda in TM.


    Like Paul said, those are some insane pictures....... WOW!!!!:D

    Rob
     
  7. Hossbaby50

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    The stuff we run is considered very tame compared to Asylum. Asylum is BIG DAWG. (38's minimum on small trucks). We got nothing on that type of trail. Asylum is probably one of the hardest trails in the state and probably one of the hardest in the Nation too.

    Harley
     
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    Dude,


    I read the link at PPB, that is totally crazy. I would still like to find out where it is and go do a drive by one day. That it totally insane. Thoese guys are running water in there tires. :O

    I know I'm not worthy, just would like to check it out and hit another type of trail. They have to have some easy stuff up there don't they???

    Rob
     
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    Ya, they do have easier stuff out there, but I don't know anybody that knows where it is at (from here). We could probably set up a run threw the Arizona Undertakers (another group I am a member of) to go run trails like Firebird Wash, Ruler, Tax Collector, etc.

    Here is more Asylum.

    http://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/showthread.php?t=54029&highlight=assylum

    Harley
     
  11. pauly383

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    fatbob goes out to whitetanks , maybe he knows the area enough to ask him :dunno:
     
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    Kick azz. I knew I would love woody's after I was set up for it. Good time, got to get real tippy and run the big dawg lines today.





    Oh and ya, "The Rob line".... pfffff :surepal: It is way over rated.... :D





    as for the white tanks one of the guys at my work runs firebird, tax collecter ect. often. I can get good directions from him or my buddy josh.g
     
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    I can get you to appetizer but its pretty short. From there my memory is kinda fuzzy but I'm pretty sure I can find tax collecter, firebird, and ruler. The timing is kinda funny since my project is almost ready for it's maiden voyage, and I was plannig on going out there this weekend or next.
    Bob
     
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    .... and a "busted fuel cell in a pear tree!"

    Marv
     
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    Why is it that Rob always says something like "Keep going.... you're almost there" when I'm in this position....:dunno:
    [​IMG]

    Marv
     
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    I think Rob left a strap and a D-ring in the rock garden. You know the spot where [insert name] had to get winched, but most of us made it just fine :blush: .
     

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