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Jawzjeep

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So that's a big fat no huh? May as well sell your front dana 60 to me than since nobody's using theirs.

Back to *irate4x4 I guess.

Unless someone wants to tell me more about the weather in their neck of the woods...
 

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Here, to cool you off:

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It's hot here in PA now too.
 

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That's the best I can do for now. Supposed to be a club run on the 17th. Hopefully it won't be too hot and dusty.

Making me think about getting my windows tinted...
 

Jawzjeep

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Well now, alright.

Thanks folks. I love snow wheeling.
 

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I did make it out on the 17th... was waiting to see if anyone that went posted better pics- no one has. :(

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It has been around 90 degrees for what seems like a month, and really no rain to speak of. This whole area is bottomless clay. Don't want to be here when it rains. The whole valley in this area is a giant clay berm left over from where a glacier stopped. Bad thing was it was SO dusty... that fine powder that gets everywhere. I don't have my magnum doubler transfer case installed yet either. Never realized a few inches of clay powder is that slick when doing a hill descent. Rear brakes kept locking up. The Jeep with the white spare tire cover did manage to slip into some deep water filled ruts and got stuck instantly. That water/mud was so stinky with a layer of green slime around it.
 

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