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    I am going to have to drive 12 hours each on Saturday and Sunday so I have been checking 12-18. One park said that they are booked for the whole month of April.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MilamJR View Post
    I am going to have to drive 12 hours each on Saturday and Sunday so I have been checking 12-18. One park said that they are booked for the whole month of April.


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    Do we put you down as confirmed? Is it you, your son and your dog? If so, really stoked that you are making the trek!

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    Quote Originally Posted by alrock View Post
    Do we put you down as confirmed? Is it you, your son and your dog? If so, really stoked that you are making the trek!
    I would say 90%. Still have to ask off for work.


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    Quote Originally Posted by alrock View Post
    Do we put you down as confirmed? Is it you, your son and your dog? If so, really stoked that you are making the trek!
    Yes subject to vacation request being approved so should know for sure in a couple of weeks. It will be the 3 of us. I would like to talk to you soon to get a few questions answered so we will know what to expect, what to bring and what we donít need to bring. Really excited about the trip, getting to meet everybody and seeing their rigs in person.


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    Quote Originally Posted by 3Hummers View Post
    We usually bring a dog
    We're bringing two

    Confirmed Sat - Sat, Rim Village.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MilamJR View Post
    what to expect, what to bring and what we don’t need to bring.

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    Sent you a PM.

    But the short answer is: bring the appropriate spares for your vehicle. For an H2, that might be a front half-shaft or 2, u-joints, and I don't know what else. Check with other H2 owners on the items that are more prone to failure on the trail. You also want vehicle specific tools, which could include security socket for lug nuts, hub-specific socket, etc.

    It's good to have an air compressor. Many people do not air up after the trails as it is typically a short ride back to town but that's a personal choice. For the end of the week you can use someone else's compressor or a public one.

    We have plenty of recovery tools and general tools on the trail so if you don't have all of that don't worry about it. Test your H2 ahead of time. Check the 4WD modes as well as the lockers, rear and front (if you have a front one).

    Please come to the meeting spot each day ready to roll, i.e. fueled up and with lunch/beverages for the day. We save the adult beverages for after the trail. Typically we meet about 9 am here: https://goo.gl/maps/eAaWbVMrH9omjuBdA

    You don't have to wheel with the group every day if you want to go sightseeing. If you do go wheeling, we won't put you in any unsafe positions or beyond your vehicle's capability, or yours. We stick together and if someone breaks, we fix it together. It's about coming out, having fun, enjoying Moab with friends.

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    I am sure we will bring Ruger and maybe Annie, our new toy Australian Shepard. She manhandles our German Shepard even though she only weighs 14 pounds. Ruger on the other hand is fairly terrified of big dogs.
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    Went checking for motels that week. Not much to be had. I wanted to make it this year, but doesn't look like it's going to happen.
    Here's part of the reason pickings are slim.
    https://www.cruisemoab.com/event-details/

    Know your Bugs Bunny.... Very important.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deserth3 View Post
    Went checking for motels that week. Not much to be had. I wanted to make it this year, but doesn't look like it's going to happen.
    Here's part of the reason pickings are slim.
    https://www.cruisemoab.com/event-details/
    I had a hard time finding a RV space too. But I have a reservation at KOA Moab. Might want to check there or other campgrounds who have cabins.


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    Alex, I sent an email to the Cruise Moab folks to get a head count

    EDIT: All Good!!I'll have a schedule soon.
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    How did I miss this? We'll be there for sure. Me, wife, 3 kids.

    I'd bring spare tie-rods for an H2. I broke one last year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oltorf The Destroyer View Post
    How did I miss this? We'll be there for sure. Me, wife, 3 kids.

    I'd bring spare tie-rods for an H2. I broke one last year.
    Glad to hear that you are going to be able to make it. Did you break an OEM tie-rod or something else.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MilamJR View Post
    Glad to hear that you are going to be able to make it. Did you break an OEM tie-rod or something else.


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    yes, OEM. I want to upgrade the whole steering by next time but I don't know if it's going to happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oltorf The Destroyer View Post
    yes, OEM. I want to upgrade the whole steering by next time but I don't know if it's going to happen.
    I have the Dmax tie-rods so hopefully I will be good.


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    Moab prep underway! Okay, all I really gotta do is an oil change before Moab.

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