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Old 07-16-2014, 03:25 PM   #1
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WhaleBack Wheelin' Aug. 1st-3rd

So, lets go wheelin' again. Gonna head to Shamokin the first weekend in August. Maybe go up Friday evening, Aug 1st and camp, then wheel all day Saturday August 2nd, then if the ole ball n chain doesn't come up with all sorts of housework for me, camp again and wheel on Sunday August 3rd too. Saturday I wanna find some crazy trails and maybe tackle the rock garden, then Sunday take it easy. Also if Chip gets his time off he requested, we will do a mod day Friday about noon at my house and then roll on up to the trail n camp, n shoot, n ride dirt bikes n quads, n well, if ya been there you know the rest. So let do this.
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I deff wanna wheel again with u guys but I was just told today by our road supervisor that I'll be working Saturdays and possibly Sundays In the very near future the state is gunna let us work on the bridge in port carbon again and were like 8 months behind on it soooo at least I'll be bringing in huge truck bucks
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I don't think I can make this one gents. Hope you have a great time!
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I deff wanna wheel again with u guys but I was just told today by our road supervisor that I'll be working Saturdays and possibly Sundays In the very near future the state is gunna let us work on the bridge in port carbon again and were like 8 months behind on it soooo at least I'll be bringing in huge truck bucks
Sounds like big money
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"Harder" trails? Getting highcentered and bending a bumper and getting swamped( that part was fun) wasn't hard enough? I'm in. As long as nothing comes up. Btw after the last trip my rear main seal is now leaking
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"Harder" trails? Getting highcentered and bending a bumper and getting swamped( that part was fun) wasn't hard enough? I'm in. As long as nothing comes up. Btw after the last trip my rear main seal is now leaking
Dripping?
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I should be able to make it.

Last time I was there I ended up finding a small rock garden that was all grown up and a bitch to see what was coming. Overall though it wasn't bad. Not sure if this is the one you're talking about tex, or not. Depending how big the rocks are that you are talking about I might join ya.
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I should be able to make it.

Last time I was there I ended up finding a small rock garden that was all grown up and a bitch to see what was coming. Overall though it wasn't bad. Not sure if this is the one you're talking about tex, or not. Depending how big the rocks are that you are talking about I might join ya.
If its not the same place, then ot sounds like we got two places to check out
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If its not the same place, then ot sounds like we got two places to check out
Ha if only I could remember where it was. It was dark and I had a few beers in me. I thought it had my gps recording my track but I can't seem to find the file. :-(
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Hows your diff seal doing? Holding up after proving it at Rausch?
Holding up real good. Clamp popped off again though
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Dripping?
Na. Just got oil on stuff. No full blown dripping yet....
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Rear main seal sounds like something we can fix campside with a few beers and some explosions
Hell yeah. We could send that tranny skyward err... I mean lift the truck off the trans. But I only have 1 so putting it back together we'd be in trouble.
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