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Old 10-04-2004, 08:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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cow mountain 4x4 challenge

Nov 13th Cow Mountain 4X4 Challenge

Cow Mountain Rock/obstacle Course fundraiser

3 SEPARATE CLASSES:

Modified Stock:
35 inch and under tires 1 locker Street legal Stock frame

Advanced Trail:
37 inch and under tires Front and rear lockers Street legal

Unlimited Class:
License or green sticker mandatory anything goes!

This is a day of fun to raise money for the Cow Mountain 4x4 Recreation Area. 100% of all donations will be used to enhance area to improve your future 4-wheeling adventures.

All vehicles will need to send donation of $65 to ensure a spot in one of the three classes. This donation includes entry of the driver and one spotter for each vehicle. The classes will have limited space. Lunch will be provided to participating drivers and spotters- The deadline for entry is October 30. 2004. Please send donation for each vehicle in separate envelope with return address for confirmation. Please make check payable to: Mendocino 4x4 Club. Send to: Attn: Jim Brown. 1102 W. Clay St., Ukiah, CA 95482.

Any questions? Call: (707) 462-9072

Spectators are welcome to join the fun. Any donation to assist in the future of your recreation area would be very much appreciated.

We will see who can claim bragging rights in Northern California!

Tech inspection at 7:30am.Challenge starts at 9:00am.
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Old 10-04-2004, 10:17 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Ill be there with a couple of other rigs. Sounds like fun plus it will help make Cow Moutain a more extreme place to wheel. It would be cool if it was set up more like Hollister. See ya there
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cool !! we are going to be putting in a lot of work up there in a couple of weeks to get ready for this fundraiser there is gona be a lot more rock and some diffirent obstacles that we are working on . what I want to have every one think about and remember about this is that we are getting alot of backing into this and if this is a good turn out then next year will be even better.
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what is the corses gonna be like, mud ,rock ,dirt i know its probably gonna be a mixture but just tring to get more info.
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Old 10-06-2004, 12:29 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Man..... That's reaaaal good news for Sonoma, lake, and other sourrounding countys. I'm always happy when I here that the local wheeling area is being improved.
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Old 10-06-2004, 08:28 AM   #6 (permalink)
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what is the corses gonna be like, mud ,rock ,dirt i know its probably gonna be a mixture but just tring to get more info.
well porob no mud unless it rains LOL. mostly rock, there will also be a couple telephone poles , big concrete blocks,??. we are working with BLM and they are really being great with letting us do diffirent things. If there is a good turn out and BLM sees how many people realy want good wheelin here then who knows maby in a couple years we can out do Hollister.
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awesome man, a couple members of my club have talked about cow mountain and its only probably 3-4 away depending on whos driving. Ill bring up the even at my next club meeting and we will try and make our reservations to help out.
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right on hope to see you there! Just a reminder to all there is a cut off date of OCT 30, and there will be a limit of the number of rigs entered,we hav'nt totaly decided on the number yet but prob 60 rigs.so any concerns about these please contact Jim at the phone number above.
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I'm in . Glad to hear it is awn. Where exactly is everything sttin up ? Are we really gonna let Mikey in ? You did not get the 42"s did ya ?
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well I am sure you know the mountain, it will be at the area of the rock pile by the campground. "red mountain"
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your talkin by the little parking lot with the motorcycle unloading dock , right.?
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your talkin by the little parking lot with the motorcycle unloading dock , right.?
no. If you are talking about the first parking lot it is a couple miles up the road and off to the right. there will be signs/arrows the day of the event to make sure everyone get's there.
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I was asked about tec inspection all we are going to look for is : roll cage/bar, seat belt, current registration or green sticker.
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Great to hear!, and thanks for taking the time to make it better.
Wheeling there is a bit on the dull side, this should be fun.
Will be there with 2 rigs.
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great thanks for the support
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how much of a cage would be needed for a 85 crewcab ford with a 117inch wheel base
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how much of a cage would be needed for a 85 crewcab ford with a 117inch wheel base
how much you got?
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That post looks alot like the one I typed?
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no seriously id hate to drive down 4 hrs to compete and not have enough cage/roll bar
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no seriously id hate to drive down 4 hrs to compete and not have enough cage/roll bar
well I am serious, what do you have, is your hard top still there do you have a hoop in cab or behind ? I will have do ask Jim about it when you answer or you can call him yourself and ask.and i don't blame you for wanting to find out before hand
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That post looks alot like the one I typed?
yea I 'm sure it does but it also looks alot like the flyer that I made up (by the way thanks for saving my fingers from typin all that)
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yea I 'm sure it does but it also looks alot like the flyer that I made up (by the way thanks for saving my fingers from typin all that)
Oh yeah.....nice flyer.
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i have a full cab still havent cut the roof or the supports, and have a rear hoop behind the cab.
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i have a full cab still havent cut the roof or the supports, and have a rear hoop behind the cab.
I talked it over with Jim because I was'nt totaly clear on what would be allowed and he said that if you (or anybody else) have the factory hard top that has'nt been cut up that will be fine . so it sounds like you can come down here and get it on !

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hey noclinkers I was talking to Jack yesterday and he said you were going to be putttin the flyer on the web somewhere if you need a JPG. file of it let me know .

to everyone I was up ther yesterday ,we were donig one last figuring out what we wanted to do before we work next weekend and there is going to be a lot of changes up there.going to be prety cool. one more thing remember the deadline for signing up is OCT. 30 and there is a cut off for number of rigs.so if you are going to enter better get ahold of Jim and send your money.come on guys it is going to be a good time .We got 130 ton of rock brought up friday ther will be some poles and some big cement blocks that are going to be putting to use up there.
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