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    Thought I would start an Off Road Caching thread, so to start it off the long awaited pic of the battle damage recieved on Harris Mt. (on the day of stef and I's 1st wedding anniversary)



    It's all better now though, a few beers and an hour later I had the flare fixed, and after washing it and spending another hour going around with the touch up brush, all the gashes are now filled in, it's like brand new!.... anyone wanna buy a new Jeep? lots of mods... only $12,000
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    Harris Mt., hmmm--guess we'll have to go have a look! How bad was it?

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    Not bad if you have a REAL 4wdr and a good driver......
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    I got to see "The Jeep" yesterday.Looks like brand new!!I think when Hiram talks about off roading he's talking about off rt 201

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    Quote Originally Posted by vicbiker
    I got to see "The Jeep" yesterday.Looks like brand new!!I think when Hiram talks about off roading he's talking about off rt 201
    haha, no, if you see the jeep after i'm done off roading, it's broken and beat to heck, within hours after getting home the tools are out (and so is the was bucket) what good is it if you don't take care of it? It's a Jeep, not a Hummer, it gets used off road.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haffy
    Not bad if you have a REAL 4wdr and a good driver......

    one word...
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    Quote Originally Posted by The G Team
    Harris Mt., hmmm--guess we'll have to go have a look! How bad was it?
    word of advice... go over the rocks, not around.
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    Last week we were able to see the area of Hiram's mishap on Harris Mt. It was good for a chuckle or two. Heed his advice and hug the inside of THAT corner and go OVER the ledge not around it. Better yet.....get advice from TRF (Steve) and Haffy. They made it most of the way and would have conquered it if not for a tree across the road. It will most definately put your rig through a gauntlet of four-wheeling. Buckle-up!!
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    The easy part was where the tree was across the road and only a few hundred feet from the cache. Bummer that they tore down the tower after we were there but probably is good from a safety standpoint.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smitty & Co.
    Last week we were able to see the area of Hiram's mishap on Harris Mt. It was good for a chuckle or two. Heed his advice and hug the inside of THAT corner and go OVER the ledge not around it. Better yet.....get advice from TRF (Steve) and Haffy. They made it most of the way and would have conquered it if not for a tree across the road. It will most definately put your rig through a gauntlet of four-wheeling. Buckle-up!!


    once you get past those big rocks its smooth sailing from there, until you hit the mudholes.
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