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Old 06-26-2018, 08:28 PM   #326 (permalink)
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Saw this on Instagram. We had a guy roll over in the same spot last year when we ran it.



You guys asking about the full body truck? I didn't spend a ton of time around it, but he rolled some coal when i was trying to winch him sideways off a stump.

edit: the article on days 1 (RMTP) and 2 (WMMJ's Dragon's Tail) are up on 4 wheelers website.

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Old 06-26-2018, 08:46 PM   #327 (permalink)
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Old 06-26-2018, 10:55 PM   #328 (permalink)
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Inner front shaft. He had a spare.

The black LJ had fan/radiator contact. Friend of mine went out and got a new radiator for them and me and another guy had a cordless grinder is with us and "modified" The fan so that wouldn't happen again.

The ram pick up broke a front ring & pinion and winched a tree over.

Rick broke an axle shaft at some point, not sure when, but Ian called another friend of mine brought them a shaft to the hotel so they could change it in the parking lot.

I feel like there was welding as well, but I'm not sure what that was about.
Derange Rover front locker stopped working. E-locker magnet failed. Chris Durham and I yack welded the locking cuff in place so it's locked all the time now. T mobile sucks. Forst time I've had service.
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Old 06-26-2018, 11:01 PM   #329 (permalink)
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The Chevy, 63 I believe, is owned by Kenny. It's on a stock 2nd gen dodge Cummins frame. He hasn't been on much because it wouldn't do that well being a stock suspension. Kenny is super bummed about it but still out helping and having fun.

I literally watched the skyjacker rig rollover. Slow roll and an honest mistake. Dillard was driving and was trying to avoid a diff hangar right in front and caught the rock on the left front just right while the right front was in a hole. I pulled winch and had him back over in less than 5 minutes. Everyone is ok.
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Old 06-27-2018, 09:00 AM   #330 (permalink)
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Been stalking the hashtag on the socials, looks like maybe a Mountain Mud Run visit?

Also drove by my place in the center of Lebanon :P
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Been stalking the hashtag on the socials, looks like maybe a Mountain Mud Run visit?

Also drove by my place in the center of Lebanon :P
Man, are you one of the 100 people that has followed me on instagram in the last 3 days?

I saw something saying Warren, NH, so I'd say you are right.

I'm seeing all the NWOR guys posting pictures on facebook of Jericho, including the gravity challenged Bronco.

And yeah, T mobile isn't a thing here. Its US Cellular and Verizon in this neck of the woods.
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Man, are you one of the 100 people that has followed me on instagram in the last 3 days?
Not I! but I can if you want 101 new followers
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Man, are you one of the 100 people that has followed me on instagram in the last 3 days?



I saw something saying Warren, NH, so I'd say you are right.



I'm seeing all the NWOR guys posting pictures on facebook of Jericho, including the gravity challenged Bronco.



And yeah, T mobile isn't a thing here. Its US Cellular and Verizon in this neck of the woods.


I started following you after EJS. I saw you at potato salad hill. Who doesnít love a fills size dodge.


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Not I, thats @Ram-on-Rocks! . I tagged along on Sunday and tagged a bunch of UA2018 pictures, and a bunch of people started following me thinking I was important or some shit. Joke is on them
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Not I, thats @Ram-on-Rocks! . I tagged along on Sunday and tagged a bunch of UA2018 pictures, and a bunch of people started following me thinking I was important or some shit. Joke is on them


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Old 06-29-2018, 05:40 AM   #337 (permalink)
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I'm digging the live coverage we are getting on this thread! This always looks like such a cool trip. My next build will definitely be something with a license plate so I can start applying
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Old 06-29-2018, 11:27 AM   #338 (permalink)
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Looks like the Warn-sponsored CJ clipped LJ upped the ante in trail damage today with a full roll:


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They must have heard the forecast for the next few days in the north east..

Wanted a head start on some "forced air" air conditioning for the remainder of the trip..
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Old 06-29-2018, 03:23 PM   #340 (permalink)
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I was chatting with one of the guys that was with me at RMTP on sunday with them - If they were a little bit closer we could have gotten them a spare windshield, but you aren't wrong about the weather in the next few days...

And thats why I fold my windshield down 90% of the time.

Corby was the one that we helped with the radiator change on day 1.

Its nice to see these guys busting the "No good Wheeling in the Northeast/New England" myth.
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UA is complete and over!! Squeaky finished in one piece. I did a little over 2,000 miles round trip. Iím sitting on a plane off to Mexico for a wedding as we speak. Iím tired...lol

We drove the hummer down to Fred Williams parents house to put it back on the trailer...we got there around midnight. Then my buddy took off to Pittsburgh to get his gf at the airport so they can drive the hummer back to CA. I rented a car to get down to philly for a 5am flight so Iím on zero sleep.

I will do a detailed recap soon but for reference we dropped the truck/trailer off at Fredís parents house then drove the hummer to Maine. UA started in Maine, we wheeled is 6-7 out of the 8 states we travelled in. Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey and finished in Pennsylvania.
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Looked like an awesome trip. I passed by you guys at the AOAA pavilion at the end of the day as I was heading down to the camp ground Saturday night.
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UA is complete and over!! Squeaky finished in one piece. I did a little over 2,000 miles round trip. Iím sitting on a plane off to Mexico for a wedding as we speak. Iím tired...lol

We drove the hummer down to Fred Williams parents house to put it back on the trailer...we got there around midnight. Then my buddy took off to Pittsburgh to get his gf at the airport so they can drive the hummer back to CA. I rented a car to get down to philly for a 5am flight so Iím on zero sleep.

I will do a detailed recap soon but for reference we dropped the truck/trailer off at Fredís parents house then drove the hummer to Maine. UA started in Maine, we wheeled is 6-7 out of the 8 states we travelled in. Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey and finished in Pennsylvania.
Happy to hear that everything (Seemingly) went well. Bucket list item for sure
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UA is complete and over!! Squeaky finished in one piece. I did a little over 2,000 miles round trip. Iím sitting on a plane off to Mexico for a wedding as we speak. Iím tired...lol

We drove the hummer down to Fred Williams parents house to put it back on the trailer...we got there around midnight. Then my buddy took off to Pittsburgh to get his gf at the airport so they can drive the hummer back to CA. I rented a car to get down to philly for a 5am flight so Iím on zero sleep.

I will do a detailed recap soon but for reference we dropped the truck/trailer off at Fredís parents house then drove the hummer to Maine. UA started in Maine, we wheeled is 6-7 out of the 8 states we travelled in. Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey and finished in Pennsylvania.
Chris, nice work on another successful UA!
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cool, in once again for a tshirt. thanks!
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Dodge got some body damage. Can't tell because it started wrinkly anyway haha. Tail light, bent driveshaft, ecm failed (carried a spare). I think that's it. Had more problems with the trailer.
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