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River Rock, GA Sept. 26-28 Pictures

Yet another great trip with the guys from Georgia Trail Riders. We all stayed at one of the guys lake house about 30 minutes from the park. We rode Friday and Saturday, then played at the lake on Sunday.

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http://www.gatrailriders.com/GTRForu...p?topic=2250.0
http://s187.photobucket.com/albums/x...eptember%2008/

Here's where we stayed.


The boat dock.


My camper posing with 37's.

Kind of a scary moment. The front passenger tire had just grabbed the bank and lurched the front end up and almost over. We actually laid it over on the bank a little. It felt really bad. If the bank wasn't there, I probably would have lost it. As you can see we're laughing now, but seconds earlier we weren't.


More 3 wheelin' fun



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My new flex after fender trim and bump stop removal.




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Got talked into hitting a mud hole. The new flares suck in the mud. I hate mud.


Scout like it though


One way to clean it up





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Looks like a great place... I will be there Oct 15-17.
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It was a good time for sure. I wheeled the crap out of my stock Unlimited Rubi. Got high centered once a dirt mound... which I am sure that picture might show up soon... Anyways, dented my front bumper up but those end caps need to be cut off anyways.

Only a few pictures, camera died pretty quick

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It was a good time for sure. I wheeled the crap out of my stock Unlimited Rubi. Got high centered once a dirt mound... which I am sure that picture might show up soon... Anyways, dented my front bumper up but those end caps need to be cut off anyways.

Only a few pictures, camera died pretty quick

http://s72.photobucket.com/albums/i1...r%20Rock%2008/
You mean this picture?

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You mean this picture?



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HaHa... No worries mate.. You guys take it to the extreme rockin' a mic like a vandal ..

Love the mud everywhere... Nice job.. Gotta love the GA clay for sure... I don't miss it but still awesome to see you tearing it up!!

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It doesn't appear that any splines were broken on the driveshaft. Did that vehicle simply drop the axle too far and pop the shaft out or was it worse than that? Also wondering how that draglink met its match?

Those are great pictures, although all that mud makes me hope that the tub of that unlimited was line-xed...and not carpeted. The three wheel motion on those ledges looks a little crazy! You guys must've had a great a great time.
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It doesn't appear that any splines were broken on the driveshaft. Did that vehicle simply drop the axle too far and pop the shaft out or was it worse than that? Also wondering how that draglink met its match?

Those are great pictures, although all that mud makes me hope that the tub of that unlimited was line-xed...and not carpeted. The three wheel motion on those ledges looks a little crazy! You guys must've had a great a great time.
No carpet, but still a pain to clean. The drive shaft was a little short and it just separated, but when it did the splines on the end bent. He had a spare though, so we were able to fix it.
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