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PhilD
03-17-2008, 12:30 PM
Anybody else going to the JJ in Llano at the end of March?

venom
03-17-2008, 01:42 PM
damn, first I've heard about it and it's less than 150 miles from me.
I'll be in Oklahoma City that whole week but maybe September we'll get to go out there and play,
Never been to a JJ before, don't really know what to expect but it sounds good :mr-t:

jeffmarion
03-17-2008, 02:54 PM
No, But I will be at Longs Weehling Ranch that weekend though

Edit, there are a few of people that will be going to Longs on Sunday the 30th the day after the JJ... come on and join us Phil

PhilD
03-17-2008, 03:39 PM
Edit, there are a few of people that will be going to Longs on Sunday the 30th the day after the JJ... come on and join us PhilI may do, I'm staying in Kingsland just down the road from Joe's place.

Duke
03-17-2008, 05:52 PM
I may do, I'm staying in Kingsland just down the road from Joe's place.

Assuming the JK is still together on Sunday our plan is to wheel a few hours Sunday morning at Longs.

I don't think any of the 40 JK's out at Long's that weekend has ever been. We might have to "show" them around. :D

tank
03-17-2008, 07:56 PM
ill be out there that weekend sat and sun ill be in a red 4dr rubicon

PhilD
04-01-2008, 07:43 PM
Despite the gloomy weather, the JJ was a blast. The trails were pretty easy, but a lot of fun and still challenging enough to keep you on your toes. SAJE did a great job as trail guides and there spotting was great.

http://www.jkwheeling.com/gallery/080328/images/004.jpg

http://www.jkwheeling.com/gallery/080328/images/015.jpg

http://www.jkwheeling.com/gallery/080328/images/025.jpg

http://www.jkwheeling.com/gallery/080328/images/017.jpg

http://www.jkwheeling.com/gallery/080328/images/036.jpg

PhilD
04-01-2008, 07:45 PM
and a few more...

http://www.jkwheeling.com/gallery/080328/images/039.jpg

http://www.jkwheeling.com/gallery/080328/images/046.jpg

http://www.jkwheeling.com/gallery/080328/images/050.jpg

http://www.jkwheeling.com/gallery/080328/images/003.jpg

jeffmarion
04-01-2008, 08:12 PM
Nice pics Phil

how did the new Fox shocks perform?

Your old ones worked well at longs :smokin:

PhilD
04-01-2008, 08:40 PM
how did the new Fox shocks perform?I had some issues initially with the fronts, the tires were catching the reservoirs when stuffed and turned, but once I sorted that out they worked really.

Your old ones worked well at longs :smokin:The first time I wheeled those shocks was at Long Ranch and I really liked how the worked off-road. I was thinking of going there on Sunday as I was only down the road in Kingsland, but by the time Sunday morning came around I was ready to go back home.

jeffmarion
04-01-2008, 08:45 PM
by the time Sunday morning came around I was ready to go back home.

Yeah, we were also, we were wheeled out by sunday, especially having the kids with us :D