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    Bulldog Canyon, AZ

    Went out with the PHR guys this past thanksgiving day weekend over to bulldog canyon. This was the first time where I experienced true rock crawling in my truck, and was uncomfortable a few times. I do feel like 35's wouldve helped. Shoot, the body lift ive had on the shelf for 5 months would've helped save part of my rocker panel. Looking into making a set of rock sliders before the next outing for sure.

    There was a time where I almost s**t myself though. Was coming down a 20ft rock ledge slowly and the low oil pressure light dinged for a few seconds. But thankfully no damage as i can tell, the v-8 swap will be saved for a later date

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    Looks like a good day on the trail
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    Looks like a great day. Donít worry, think thereís been a point where we all have almost **** ourselves. Usually, I tend to suck up the seat cover lol
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    Looks like a fun area.

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    Alex, how come we never ran that trail?
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    Looks like a lot of fun. That first picture would have been a good time to change your oil, transfer case fluid, and anything else you might need to do under there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3Hummers View Post
    Alex, how come we never ran that trail?
    Somehow I've never run that trail, and it's pretty close to home

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    Quote Originally Posted by 08H3 View Post
    Looks like a lot of fun. That first picture would have been a good time to change your oil, transfer case fluid, and anything else you might need to do under there!
    That was the running joke in that moment!


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    Quote Originally Posted by alrock View Post
    Somehow I've never run that trail, and it's pretty close to home
    This is off of the trail in one of the washes by the wolverine pass entrance. Where we went there was a 3 part waterfall that I kindly declined to go down. You guys should make it.

    Itís cool to know a playground like this is so close.


 

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