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subzali
10-26-2006, 08:48 PM
:D

Snow run. Fun. Me with Brahma and my buddy Nick with his '77 Scout II "Doris" :eek:.

Lock-right makes a difference :thumb:

around 1.5-2-2.5 feet of snow, depending. No hills stopped Brahma with breaking trail, made it up to the big parking lot before we had to turn around. Nick had a little trouble, it being his first four-wheeling trip, open-open with chains only on the front, but he did pretty good! I need to adjust my chains, since I downsized my tires :eek: they don't fit right. Snowing pretty heavy on our way up at 10:30 but stopped pretty quick and we actually had blue sky at lunch.

subzali
10-26-2006, 08:54 PM
more, and some from the video :D

I'll bring the video (just a quick hill climb) to the meeting :D

nakman
10-26-2006, 09:05 PM
Nice!!!! sweet pics, I look forward to the vid!

bh4rnnr
10-26-2006, 09:19 PM
Looks like fun:smokin: I had to work today then go to the dentist in the afternoon:( (that'll show me to chip my tooth:rolleyes: )..

60wag
10-26-2006, 09:23 PM
I was right behind you today in Golden - at about 3:45p. It took me a couple minutes figure out that it was your truck. YOu probably didn't notice the green SAAB following you.

Bruce

JadeRunner
10-26-2006, 09:27 PM
I have been thinking about a snow run there lately with all the snow they have been getting. You are the man for getting up ther and breaking trail in that fresh stuff. We have to get up there soon as a club.

subzali
10-26-2006, 09:29 PM
Actually I did kinda notice 'cause I hate making people wait for me to make that right turn, especially since I slowed down cause I thought the guy in the pickup was gonna come screaming back into my lane when he realized the lane ended...but then he didn't. I'll keep a closer lookout for ya though :thumb:

And ya Scott it was fun seeing what I could do under my own steam. Somebody had kinda already broke trail, but I was trying some fresh stuff too and was still going through like hot knife through butta' :rolleyes: Anyway it made me wonder why the Snow/Pizza run and the other times I've been up there seem to be "easier," I guess the snow gets blown off so it's not as deep later in the season eh? Of course we didn't get to the drifts to see what those look like right now.

Rezarf
10-30-2006, 01:44 PM
Matt-

Thanks for sharing man! Great to see the hard top on your rig... looks like you got a plow up front!

I didn't see you using your signal as you turned away from your bud's rig :thumb: did you get them working?

Thanks for sharing!

Rezarf <><

subzali
10-30-2006, 03:08 PM
Great to see the hard top on your rig...
Yeah, wanted to get it fixed and repainted this summer but ran out of time :( It helps keep the cold off though!:thumb:

looks like you got a plow up front!
:hill: it was like that all the way home too. It was cool going through snow deep enough to pile up against your grille and making a bow wave as you did it!

I didn't see you using your signal as you turned away from your bud's rig :thumb: did you get them working?

:confused: in the video? See sig...:rolleyes: :D

Thanks dude! See ya at the meeting? Pre-meeting?