Discussion in 'Blazer Bash' started by Bent77, Sep 2, 2017.
I wanted to run Pritchett but with a fresh build I was afraid I would end up being a trail tampon.
We ran Pritchett in 2015 as well. It's a pretty legit trail for sure...I did get a little bit of body damage and lost a tail light on that one, but to be honest it was more cause I wasn't paying as much attention as I should have in a certain spot, but whatev's
Few more pics I received today
The Jimmy looks good not getting up the wall.
looks to me like its getting ready for lift off
Just a video, I'll post it on your facebook.
Here's the first teaser video from my drone. Have I mentioned how pissed off I am about the lost SD card (4K if you've got it)?
My GF was awesome this trip and took a ton of pictures. She was hopping out of the Jimmy and running up the line to get as many cool pics as she could and even showed a few of you what she had shot. We used a camera and a few phones so it took a minute to get all the pics together on my computer and I've been getting them in order along with a little touching up. I'm going to dump as many as I can here. Hope you enjoy.
I completely fazed out taking any pictures, usually I do pretty well at that... So these are about all I have that's sharable.
Gotta be my new favorite!!!!!
Keep em comin!!!! That pano is awesome @72gmck5
Isn't it funny that H2 wheels look BA on everything BUT the H2s?
Here are some non action shots at the end of steel bender the only pics we took the whole trip
Big thank you too the Offroad design guys Stephen Brandon and chris also Brent and Amber in their badass S10. Chris perry and mark in the blue buggy for letting us run Pritchett canyon and behind the rocks with you had a great day
It's a nice shot.
@AgDieseler, that's a whole bunch of unburned fuel. I assume you were just spooling up at that moment?
Not enough low range. I grabbed 5.4:1 right after that. She's a big girl.
Here are a few more from Kurt and in no particular order:
We drove into Canyonlands National Park on Thursday before the event. Drove down the Shafer Trail on the famous switchbacks. Then out on the White Rim trail a little ways to Musselman Arch. And finally drove out on Potash Road to Hwy279.
Friday was 20+ trucks on the Hell's Invasion
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