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Old 09-26-2010, 09:17 AM   #76 (permalink)
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YouTube - scout on hoo doo trail 210

YouTube - scout on hoo doo trail 210 #2

couple short vids.
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Old 09-26-2010, 09:20 AM   #77 (permalink)
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Great shots. I cant wait to get up there. When does the snow start up there?
soon...
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Old 09-26-2010, 03:17 PM   #78 (permalink)
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i think this was the last weekend it is open..
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i think this was the last weekend it is open..
Oops. I didnt realize there would be closures like that. Thanks for clearing that up.
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Old 09-26-2010, 07:36 PM   #80 (permalink)
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Binderbound thanks for posting the pics.

The trail is fun I second that. I will go again next year and hopfully try some of the harder spots I did not do this time. I do have to say though, it is very very very........... very tight. For a fullsize like me i rubbed all day and had to use the dig and jockie around time after time. Almost to much. But still fun. definetly worth a look.
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Old 09-26-2010, 08:30 PM   #81 (permalink)
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Had a great time on the new trail today and the weather was perfect. Thanks to all that made this trail possible. The scenery is great too.
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Old 09-27-2010, 09:32 AM   #82 (permalink)
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Glad you guys had a good time and thanks for the Pics. Just to clear a few things up. The trail is open until Nov 30th but they will close it before that due to snow also. As long as the weather holds you can run it for 2 more months. This trail was not built for any specific size rig in mind. It was designed to give everyone a challenge. I agree that the bigger the rig the more rubbing but you can make it. Glad you guys had a good time.
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Old 09-27-2010, 07:27 PM   #83 (permalink)
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Rockaholik, we gotta get back up there before the snow hits!! Hope your back is getting better/all better now
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to bad we cant run it in the snow. o well its understand. really hope i can make it befor it closes for the season.
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Old 09-28-2010, 07:53 AM   #85 (permalink)
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Here is a vid I made of the trail. It is all the lower section, But not all the lower. We did not make it to a couple of the bump outs.
YouTube - Shake it left - Shake it right

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Rockaholik, we gotta get back up there before the snow hits!! Hope your back is getting better/all better now
I heard that. Josh is ready with his rig and we are just waiting for the Doctors release. Graeme is in also as soon as he gets his injector fixed. I really want to do it again this year. Should be ready in about 2-3 weeks. I will post up a run date on DC4W.
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Here is a vid I made of the trail. It is all the lower section, But not all the lower. We did not make it to a couple of the bump outs.
YouTube - Shake it left - Shake it right

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Great video, enjoyed it alot.
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Blaze, nice vid man, I liked it as well. I liked your vids too Binder.

Blaze, you have hydro assist on your rig?
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Blaze, nice vid man, I liked it as well. I liked your vids too Binder.

Blaze, you have hydro assist on your rig?
Thanks, yes assist and it works good. no complaints.
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Cool, sounds similar to mine. PSC pump, stock YJ box modded and tapped and rebuilt by PSC, AGR Rock Ram, remote res, auto tranny cooler for power steering cooler, Lucas power steering oil, works so sweet. Just saw your rig looks like it turns easy with 42's also, so I was just curious.
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Grerat vid Blaze sr. I love your solution to the cram, didn't look like you backed, impressive for any, doubly so for a beastly rig such as yours. I also loved the camera ladies reaction to your teeter totter, she only lost track for a split second then back on task with chanted verbal assistance, great stuff.
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Grerat vid Blaze sr. I love your solution to the cram, didn't look like you backed, impressive for any, doubly so for a beastly rig such as yours. I also loved the camera ladies reaction to your teeter totter, she only lost track for a split second then back on task with chanted verbal assistance, great stuff.
Thanks, as for the cram truth be told I did make a first att. that did require a back second att. was fluid besides stoping to check with spotter. And the teeter totter the wife brought her A game. Props to her. In the extended ver. she was a little more verbal

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Here are a few pics from when me and a few buddies were up there about a month ago:









Very fun trails! cant wait to get back up there.
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Old 10-01-2010, 07:45 AM   #94 (permalink)
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AHH creative editing isn't it great. I don't think many have cleared the cram without backing, the only one I know of is Slave boy with his new jeep. Hey Mark is that the same rig I was in when you caved the door in, looks like you took Rocks advice and ditched the doors your rig is definitely a work of art. Love the photo of you climbing over Prestonís Perch. Looks like you are going over the handle bars for sure; I guess thatís when those enormous tires pay off.
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Old 10-04-2010, 12:19 PM   #95 (permalink)
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That is some nice Oregon Wheeling right there! Makes me miss the NW a bit.
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Old 10-04-2010, 01:40 PM   #96 (permalink)
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great video. nice to see a fullsize on the trail for sure.





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So it looks like I'll be heading up to hit Quack Attack one more time this Sunday before it starts to snow up there for the year. If anyone wants to come and meet up with me to run it, that's fine with me. I'll probably leave the parking lot of the Ray Benson Sno-Park up there around 9am. Don't know yet if anyone from my club will be coming with me or not. Post up if you wanna come with, though.
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what was that driveline made from, exaust tubing wow that thing just litrally twisted apart....
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Old 10-05-2010, 05:50 AM   #99 (permalink)
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Here is a little video we put together after a recent trip.
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what was that driveline made from, exaust tubing wow that thing just litrally twisted apart....
.188 wall DOM. That shaft has been through the rubicon, naches (twice), at least 25 trips through TSF and the crushers, and a bunch of screwing around here. its about 4 years old. I think it was just time. I know my 75hp 4 cyl doesnt make enough power to twist anything.


Awsome vid as usual G.
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