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Old 02-21-2008, 10:03 AM
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Great job guys!! Congrats on making it out...
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Old 02-21-2008, 05:23 PM
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wow what a night we had to bs in the shop untill we drank all the beer and coolers you bought my head hurts right now and off to bed i go

glad to hear you made it home ok
Holy rough morning had to work at 6, was still a little wasted. So lessons learned on this rescue: don't wheel alone, don't take stock truck into narly gas line trail, beware of bogger tracks, get a winch and always carry as much tow rope as possible. Glad we all made it down safe and sound, I actually had alot of fun. Plus we got a good view of the eclipse.
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Old 02-21-2008, 07:55 PM
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Holy rough morning had to work at 6, was still a little wasted. So lessons learned on this rescue: don't wheel alone, don't take stock truck into narly gas line trail, beware of bogger tracks, get a winch and always carry as much tow rope as possible. Glad we all made it down safe and sound, I actually had alot of fun. Plus we got a good view of the eclipse.
Next time you ought to crash on our couch!!!
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Old 02-21-2008, 08:29 PM
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Glad to hear you all made it back in one piece! And with any luck a very important lesson was learned last night and will not be repeated!!
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Glad to hear you all made it back in one piece! And with any luck a very important lesson was learned last night and will not be repeated!!
I learnt a good lesson, im not sayin i will never go alone but i do know the safe limits of my truck and know not to push past those. I normally just stick to the fsr's when im alone just scouting new places to go back when theres more than one truck.
Yesterday i was in an area i didnt know and was pushing the limits alot more than i have with this truck before.
I won't be doing that again!
Hopefully anyone else thinking of venturing out on there own thinks of this thread before they end up in the same position.
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