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Discussion in 'Rocky Mountain Region' started by FWP, Jun 2, 2005.
Table Mesa, Which Saturday night? How about June 11? What do you guys think?
It's awn like donkey kong. I just have to get my rock lights redone. The 4D's are on, I have the nose tubed and the cab exoed. Bring it.
i am in if the truck is good to go
Not us. Elora's dance recital is that evening dangit. We could the next weekend though or maybe just the next planned run.
I might be able to make it the 11. I'll have to throw on some lights before then.
fred what trails are u thinking about doing? me and chris(flexor on the crawlin az board) are thinking about going. the 11th works out prefict for us. die hard sounds like fun it has been a month now sence i have ran it.
Well it depends, on who shows up, and the capability of the rigs. We should run the trail(s) that fit. Know what I mean? I myself would love a hard one, but the easy trails are fun at night too .
Die hard would make for a long night even with our current agressive set ups. It is on the top of my to do list for next season opener . I was thinking armegedon or calloteral (sp) damage wich ever one doesn't remove the windshield.
I'm pretty much the newby here. I have lights that I would need to put on. Got them cheep at good'ol Harbor Frieght. I have Drill that weekend, so that would be cool to do afterwards.
This night run made me think about thoes euro's and how dumb I would think those neon lights are they put under their chasis. That might actually be useful for wheel'n at night. Let's see if we can get one of them to go!
I found somewhere that does a set up like those neon lights for rigs for just that purpous. Instead of neon, they use a gillion LED lights that won't screw up the whole thing if a few get smashed and can tuck in a lot better too. I'll try and find it again if anyone thinks it's worth while. But hell, if you wanna go good ol git-r-dun style, hook up some christmas lights
roundeyes.com has the lights u are looking for. friend of mine has them on his truck...
it sucks to say that me and chirs our not going to show he has family stuff to take care of this weekend but next trip we should be up for. just ran caloteral damage last weekend good trail and a lot of fun. i would like to run armegedon but its closed and gated off.
matt anytime u are up for die hard let me know im game for that trail agen
Can a K5 fit in collateral damge? (remember my definition of fit )
i just got croosover done and i am puting in the rocklights, CB in later.
I'm up for it, but I can't make it to the parking lot till 10pm or so (not sure yet). If its a trail that I know, I could just catch up if you guys head out earlier. If its not a trail I know, I'll just catch the next run.
I don't want to be the one slowing the show on sat night, so figure out what time everyone wants to meet. Mabey if I knew exactly what time, I could bend around the schedule and get there a bit earlier.
FYI. We'll have to be very carefull, don't want any fires on our account!!!
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I have a friggin meeting after work on saturday. I don't think I could make it up to TM till after 8PM. I was hoping to get there by 7 or just before 8.
No biggie, I wasn't thinking of starting till around 9 or 10 anyway.
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