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Ya mine said nice paint, I have more body damage than I care to comment on. I say that just to eat at the Rock Zombies, When the Tin Benders squared off with the Zombies we did a lot of shiet talking. I even had pics of me wax'n the Zuk.
 

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We got alot of good terrain up here, you name it we got it,mud, snow, rocks ect. There are always groups of people goin up . one of the local web sites is www.bc4x4.com which has alot of good information on trails and ride invites.
 

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I use to go out alone, however I started to think of the things that could go wrong and what I would do with no one to help. I think that there should always be atleast a second rig if not more, you have to cover you azz. <IMG SRC="smilies/smile.gif" border="0">
 

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Hey Fatkid,
IF you want to find out about BC wheelin then come on up! That's an open invite to any of you all. We've got some shit that'll give you a little seat clenching exercise for your azz. Jayzuk and I will be visiting your neck of the woods next summer. we heard the 'con might have little something for us.

Wheeling in BC = always wet. Everything is wet 99% of the time. lots of tight trails (suzuki or jeep size) and everything is on the side of a mountain, so no room for error, unless you like multiple rolls! Those pics that Jayzuk put up before are from BC, eh!
Its like anywhere else the lines are what you make them - easy or hard. here's a couple


This is the NPT (No Pussy Trail). it doesn't look that hard but you don't wheel down it, you slide down it. if you screw it up...
end over end over end (if you are lucky you hit a tree and that stops you, if not you get the idea).

We'll post more. I just haven't had time to scan them!
later,
 

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Originally posted by fatkid:
<STRONG>Sure seems like there is alot of Zuks from Canada, what kind of wheel you guys do in Canada eh? </STRONG>
There are tons lifted Suzukis up here. So many that you see a different one just about every day. Trails are tight and twisty up here. On many of the trails you need to worry about overhead clearance as well.
Not many MGM Grand sized rocks but there's lots to do and trails for everyone. Add a little water or snow and even the easy trails take on a whole new character. The only way is to find out is to come up and see for yourself.

<STRONG> Did I say it right? eh.....</STRONG>
Nope... LOL... Ask Miah he knows the rule of eh?. EH?!! <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0">

[ 08-16-2001: Message edited by: Paul G ]
 

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<STRONG> Did I say it right? eh.....</STRONG>
Nope... LOL... Ask Miah he knows the rule of eh?. EH?!! <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0">

[ 08-16-2001: Message edited by: Paul G ][/QB][/QUOTE]

Hey warthog, what's up? I haven't really talk to ya since TDS. I'll ask Mia about the whole "eh" thing.
 
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