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Old 09-09-2010, 06:58 PM   #251 (permalink)
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OK I COULD ABSOLUTELY SHIT MYSELF RIGHT NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Went to take the buggy out of the garage tonight to clean it up a bit and backed up about two feet then SNAP!........Back where I started
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I plan to hang out in camp all weekend and make vroom-vroom noises.
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OK I COULD ABSOLUTELY SHIT MYSELF RIGHT NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Went to take the buggy out of the garage tonight to clean it up a bit and backed up about two feet then SNAP!........Back where I started
Shit man, that sucks. Wish I could help or had an extra seat to offer.
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Old 09-09-2010, 10:01 PM   #254 (permalink)
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Wheeling your work truck on the highway doesn't count!
Sounds to me like thats more wheeling then you will be doing!!

I got a couple pussy heeps you could take out and play with
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Fuck Rick...that bloooowwwsss man. I will have a seat for you if needed.

I am just getting in from the garage right now. I had to drop my new crossmember, the exhaust, etc...because the trans temp sensor bung I put in the tranny pan interferes with the front drive shaft with the sensor in it.

Soooo I am going to have a new bung tig'ed in tomorrow at work (if the welder is in tomorrow).

Good news is that my drive shafts are in!

Gonna be a tight one to get the shitbox there!

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Gonna be a tight one to get the shitbox there!

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Old 09-10-2010, 08:29 AM   #257 (permalink)
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I plan to hang out in camp all weekend and make vroom-vroom noises.
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I should have an open seat. Of course this being my shakedown run for my little changes...who knows how far along on the trails I will get?

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Fuck Rick...that bloooowwwsss man. I will have a seat for you if needed.

I am just getting in from the garage right now. I had to drop my new crossmember, the exhaust, etc...because the trans temp sensor bung I put in the tranny pan interferes with the front drive shaft with the sensor in it.

Soooo I am going to have a new bung tig'ed in tomorrow at work (if the welder is in tomorrow).

Good news is that my drive shafts are in!

Gonna be a tight one to get the shitbox there!

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No singing, no music, no lovin with the wifey this weekend, get that bitch done.....or else I want my adapter back
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Next weekend bitches!........
Most of us know the routine as we have done this run every year for a few years now. Some of us will get there early enough Friday to do some wheeling Friday afternoon. Usually this is a run up to the rocks to play and often weeds out a couple rigs. I plan to be there for Fridays wheeling but with a broken transmission I will wheel "safe and sane" so to speak......Who else plans to be there Friday to wheel?.......
Then there's Saturday.....Often Saturdays wheeling involves the Shoestring trail for it's awesone scenery. Is anyone interested in wheeling something different for a change of pace or is the standard cool with everyone? I think Ben W knows the area better than any of us so maybe he has an idea of an alternate trail plan for Saturday?..Ben?...........Or anyone for that matter, ideas?...........
Sunday is usually a short day for most of us so maybe some Sunday morning wheeling before taking of and maybe not. We can decide on Sunday...

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[QUOTE=Urban Wheeler;11862296]I called and left him a message yesterday, no response yet. I'm not home at the moment, but IIRC I have the 16th through the 20th off.[/QUOTE

I haven't checked messages in a couple of weeks, and won't be for a while. Due to an incedent at work I am getting phone calls from a lot of people I don't want to talk to or listen to messages from.


Matt I am getting picked up by Rick early Friday morning on International blvd which is the main drag near Seatec airport. I haven't reserved a room yet, but I will probably stay at The Ramada Inn and get picked up there. Whatever travel arrangments you make you need to be able to be out in the street by around 6am Seattle time Friday morning if you make arrangments to travel with Rick. We will get back sometime Sunday afternoon or evening, so your flight should leave sometime after that. My .02 would be to make arrangments to share meals with someone you know is going for sure and whose culinary tastes are compatible to yours. That way you don't have to worry about the logistics of carrying food and cooking gear. We are camping at some altitude and it gets down in the mid 30's at night, you need a good sleeping bag and water resistant tent. It warms up during the day to where you will end up in a T shirt. Its the PNW so you should have good raingear. The first year I went it was dry and it was dustier than anything I have ever experienced before. The 2nd year it had rained just before we arrived and there was no dust I suggest you read through the threads from previous years to get an idea of what else you might want to bring and prepare for. You also need to find an open seat.

You started this thread in Feb, its pretty late to try to start making plans now.

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Old 09-12-2010, 10:29 PM   #261 (permalink)
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Then there's Saturday.....Often Saturdays wheeling involves the Shoestring trail for it's awesone scenery. Is anyone interested in wheeling something different for a change of pace or is the standard cool with everyone? I think Ben W knows the area better than any of us so maybe he has an idea of an alternate trail plan for Saturday?..Ben?...........Or anyone for that matter, ideas?...........
I was thinking its been a few years since we've run Kaner (676) from the bottom up, then go through shoestring. That makes for a really long day though.

I know we always run Shoestring, but it is hard to put together a loop that hits the more difficult trails without Shoestring.

Another option would be to run Tripod all the way through to Manastash camp, then circle around through Barber Springs back to the top of the funny rocks. If the trip over Tripod goes quick enough we can hit the 4w311 loop on the north side of Manastash rd before coming back over. I've never run it but I've heard it is decent.
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I was thinking its been a few years since we've run Kaner (676) from the bottom up, then go through shoestring. That makes for a really long day though.

I know we always run Shoestring, but it is hard to put together a loop that hits the more difficult trails without Shoestring.

Another option would be to run Tripod all the way through to Manastash camp, then circle around through Barber Springs back to the top of the funny rocks. If the trip over Tripod goes quick enough we can hit the 4w311 loop on the north side of Manastash rd before coming back over. I've never run it but I've heard it is decent.
Which trail did I lose the red scout on? I vote for that one!

Pickup is ready, decking the trailer tomorrow, still waiting on my radiator for the scout. The radiator is my last hold up before being 100% ready to rock.
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Old 09-12-2010, 10:45 PM   #263 (permalink)
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Which trail did I lose the red scout on? I vote for that one!

Pickup is ready, decking the trailer tomorrow, still waiting on my radiator for the scout. The radiator is my last hold up before being 100% ready to rock.
That was Kaner, but we were running downhill.
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That was Kaner, but we were running downhill.
Yeah, thats an understatement
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Chi Montana cows have sacrificed there life for this ride, don't worry about food you wont starve. Looking forward to foucking with you flat landers


And Bill there is no need for pussy passes, all easy trails just play hard at moon rocks (optional) would enjoy you company. And did I tell you my 500 caddy Scout in getting an LS1 (FI) this winter (secret) love to chat with you about it.
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Gee another SBC motor swap. That's original.

At least the caddy was a little different. No replacement for displacement.
I understand, it sucks to get old.

I still have a hub with 9/16 studs I need to unload.
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Old 09-13-2010, 07:28 AM   #267 (permalink)
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You started this thread in Feb, its pretty late to try to start making plans now.
That is a good point. Things changed at work since then. I haven't shipped anything yet, and haven't bought tickets, so maybe I should make better plans for next year.

I still have 5 days off work, so maybe a bike trip?
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Four more days and as of right now the weather looks to be good.
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I was thinking its been a few years since we've run Kaner (676) from the bottom up, then go through shoestring. That makes for a really long day though.

I know we always run Shoestring, but it is hard to put together a loop that hits the more difficult trails without Shoestring.

Another option would be to run Tripod all the way through to Manastash camp, then circle around through Barber Springs back to the top of the funny rocks. If the trip over Tripod goes quick enough we can hit the 4w311 loop on the north side of Manastash rd before coming back over. I've never run it but I've heard it is decent.
I'm game for whatever but Kaner up sounds like fun...
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I'm game for whatever but Kaner up sounds like fun...
I'm thinking up Lily Pond, down FS roads, up Lower Kaner, up Upper Kaner, Manastash Ridge trail, String trail, east half of Shoestring, south half of Tripod, then rocks or back to camp. Thats a lot of trail mileage to cover with a big group, but we have done that much or more in the past. Gives options to bail out after Lily Pond and after Lower Kaner if we have any trouble before hitting the long haul over the ridge to shoestring and back.
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Friday is reserved off on my work calendar.
Argued with the ex-wife yesterday about getting my boys for the trip
Transmission pan is getting tig'ed and hammered flat right now down on our shop floor
Rig is still torn over a 1/3rd of the way apart as of right now.
Hoping to have a runner by tonight
Still need tabs for the tow rig...and I assume it runs


Looking good so far for leaving Friday to get to Little Naches.


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I'm thinking up Lily Pond, down FS roads, up Lower Kaner, up Upper Kaner, Manastash Ridge trail, String trail, east half of Shoestring, south half of Tripod, then rocks or back to camp. Thats a lot of trail mileage to cover with a big group, but we have done that much or more in the past. Gives options to bail out after Lily Pond and after Lower Kaner if we have any trouble before hitting the long haul over the ridge to shoestring and back.
I am down to a 19 gallon cell.

I "think" we did that route a couple of years ago and I used half a 33 gallon cell.

I like that route because like you said...if you need to bail after Lower Kaner you can do so on a nice Forest Service road back down.

That gets my vote :-)
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I am down to a 19 gallon cell.

I "think" we did that route a couple of years ago and I used half a 33 gallon cell.

I like that route because like you said...if you need to bail after Lower Kaner you can do so on a nice Forest Service road back down.

That gets my vote :-)
I looked through all the trip reports trying to figure out what routes we've done. I think the last time we did lower kaner uphill was 2006 when Carl drove straight into the tree 15 or 20 times in a row on 'The Line'. As far as I can tell we ran shoestring east to west to the lily ponds, then dropped down to come back up kaner and down lily pond trail.

Last time you came in 2008 we did the uber long loop up to quartz mt over to manastash rd and back over tripod.
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2002 - Before is was an IH run / all night Ford recovery / two wheel drive toyota - https://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/showt...ht=naches+tour

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2004 - The year binderbound crashed - https://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/showt...=naches&page=5

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2007 - The year no one came/thank goodness for lawnmower grease - https://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/showt...ghlight=naches

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Wow, we've been doing this for 6-7 years now??!?!?

damn.


I'm game for a long trip. I'll make sure to pack a couple extra bottles, thats my only (big) concern, not sure how much trail millage I can get on a tank. And I'll have a bigger motor this year and optimised.


I think I'll load up atleast (3) tanks again this year, and when I switch to #3 if we aren't already almost done then it will be time for me to head back to camp. Thats roughly 24 gallons of "fuel", should be enough for a day trip, but like I said, I don't know.


The one definitely advantage of gasoline vs. LPG.
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