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    El Diablo
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    Moab Black Sheep Week April 2018 - recap

    We had a good first day in Moab doing Onion Creek and a couple of associated trails. We last did Onion Creek in 2012 but my transmission went out that day so we didn't complete the trail. Today, we got through it and were able to explore some mines.

    Here's Woodtick with his Grand Cherokee


    And another shot of him


    Jason and JPaul

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    Bebe and 3Hummers




    Passing on a narrow shelf road


    Today's gang




    On the way out




    And we had snow on the road!


    The view from the top

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    Another good day on the trails - Hell's Revenge today. All of my pics are available here in full-res. https://alrock.smugmug.com/Offroadin...evenge-040218/

    1 Scorpion then a mix of Hummers, Jeeps and Toyotas. 11 vehicles total, I think. No drama to be had today but we did have great weather and a lot of fun.
    A nice shot of David's Scorpion


    One of the 4Runners


    Rascole


    Jason


    Reloader


    Jason on the entrance to Hell's Gate


    Rascole on Hell's Gate



    Timgco on Hell's Gate


    Chris


    BattleRattle in the bride's ride


    Chris on Escalator

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    Man I wish I was there and not stuck in China working. Will be looking to see if you have a fall event.
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    Great pics Miss everyone and wish I was there with all of you.

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    Apparently a broken axle on Rascole's rig doesn't count as drama anymore.

    It was a fun ride, and my girls enjoyed it as well, aside from a few scary parts.

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    Nice day in Moab.
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    Looks fun! Anyone hit Pritchett yet?
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    "H3 front axles are like drunk cheerleaders....just use em until they get mouthy...then toss em and get another." -anonymous


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    My 06 H3 most pin stripes didn’t happen or buffed out no problem, great factory paint. My 08 Cammander’s factory paint sucks and pin stripes easy. I’m very impressed with the 17 GC paint. I had to get personal with a few bushes and trees on Onion Creek,Yvette wasn’t liking being on the edge of some of those rock ledges. A few scuffs that came off with simple detailer. Of coarse the skids and sliders lost some .paint,but who cares. The body is scratch free. My bride is very happy.Attachment 23490Attachment 23491 I’m going to buy this rack and bring my tw200 out next time. My GC will never be a rock crawler,but the Yamaha will be at home in Moab.Attachment 23492Attachment 23494
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    Here's one of the NorCal Goats, John, on Escalator. He's done this before but a bit of bad luck had his passenger rear tire falling off of the line. He'll get it next time!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 06 H3 View Post
    Looks fun! Anyone hit Pritchett yet?
    Postponed until another event.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPaul View Post
    Apparently a broken axle on Rascole's rig doesn't count as drama anymore.

    It was a fun ride, and my girls enjoyed it as well, aside from a few scary parts.

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    Yeah yeah yeah, But at least I've got the swap down to 15 minutes. Catch 22 is the Cardone warranty from Amazon means I keep getting free replacements. Hard to buy new AC Delco when you get free ones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rascole View Post
    Yeah yeah yeah, But at least I've got the swap down to 15 minutes. Catch 22 is the Cardone warranty from Amazon means I keep getting free replacements. Hard to buy new AC Delco when you get free ones.
    You did get that done pretty quickly, I was impressed. Good to hear they keep honoring the warranty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rascole View Post
    Yeah yeah yeah, But at least I've got the swap down to 15 minutes.
    Woah that's impressive! I need to start practicing before the con this summer. How long did it take the first time? Also how many times have you done it?
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