Turkey Bay 05

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DBrown
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Turkey Bay 05

Postby DBrown » Fri May 20, 2005 5:08 pm

I am putting a trip together and I figured I would invite everyone. this is basicly a shake down run for me but I do plan to abuse the BII a little.

trip dates:

June 2,3,4,5

we are leaving at 8am thursday morning from Bowling Green so we should arrive around 10am.

cost:

you have to get a permit.....3 day last year was $15, and $8 to camp per night.

right now I have 2 deffinate people comming and 2-3 maybe's but I am going even if no one else does so you can count on me being there. if any one is interested please contact me or respond to this tread and I will get you any info I can. hope to see you on the trail!
71 Bronco - twin sticked, full width, 2" lift, wristed arm, lots of rust...

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Postby DBrown » Sun Jun 05, 2005 10:15 am

just wanted to give a report.........everything worked well. the truck is 100% more stable with the SA. didn't even have to get the tools out and I even rolled it twice....

I am leaving town today and will not be back till the end of the month so I will try to get the video footage of me smashing my doors in later.
71 Bronco - twin sticked, full width, 2" lift, wristed arm, lots of rust...

http://www.catalystcycles.com

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Postby Nobody » Sun Jun 05, 2005 10:17 am

rolled it? :eek: :confused:

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Postby DBrown » Tue Jun 14, 2005 11:06 pm

yeah, I laid it on its side twice on the same rut. once on the driver and once on the passenger. it was a V shaped hill that 3 of us attempted. I got up on it the last time but no one was spottong me so I smashed it down pretty hard. not too much damage though......both doors are junk and the driver fender is trashed. I have spares :cool:

I am getting the VHS footage tomarrow and a friend has 2 or 3 digital clips.
71 Bronco - twin sticked, full width, 2" lift, wristed arm, lots of rust...

http://www.catalystcycles.com

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Postby offroadohio » Thu Jun 16, 2005 8:50 am

Rolling and flopping are two differant things... :finger: you FLOPPED it twice! aint a roll lessn yer on yer top least once!

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Postby DBrown » Wed Jul 06, 2005 7:16 am

I have more I will post later but, here are some pics:
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LBL 2005 010.JPG
LBL 2005 009.jpg
71 Bronco - twin sticked, full width, 2" lift, wristed arm, lots of rust...

http://www.catalystcycles.com

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Postby Nobody » Wed Jul 06, 2005 8:11 am

That's nice slick mud! More pics!

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Postby DBrown » Wed Jul 06, 2005 3:24 pm

here is 2 of a guy we were with from TN:
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LBL 2005 012.JPG
LBL 2005 011.JPG
71 Bronco - twin sticked, full width, 2" lift, wristed arm, lots of rust...

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Postby DBrown » Wed Jul 06, 2005 3:30 pm

I got some digital video of me playing on this spot and some VHS of some other stuff I am planning on changing over but it might take a few days because I have never used the softwear and it is on my brother in laws computer.

here is one of it on its side:
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71 Bronco - twin sticked, full width, 2" lift, wristed arm, lots of rust...

http://www.catalystcycles.com

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Postby ranger5.0 » Fri Jul 08, 2005 10:20 am

How come you let a IFS Toyota show you up :finger:
EBSteve just likes to watch me break things.:-)
420HP and 775Ft lbs Now it is time to break things.

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Postby DBrown » Fri Jul 08, 2005 8:18 pm

oh no.....that is a SA yota :finger:

but I do have to be fair and let yall know that a tracker made it up that hill because I spotted him. :cool:
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Postby ranger5.0 » Sat Jul 09, 2005 10:49 pm

:cool:
EBSteve just likes to watch me break things.:-)

420HP and 775Ft lbs Now it is time to break things.


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