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Old 08-29-2010, 07:09 AM   #21
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where are these trails at??? i have never seen them
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where are these trails at??? i have never seen them

that's cause they are in the woods, lol. j/k man, where are you located and i'll pm you directions.
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Old 08-29-2010, 11:43 AM   #23
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Nice pics Toshi! It was definitely fun being at the back and seeing the other trucks flexing on the trails. And watching Joe damn near drifting around some of the curves was cool too. I need to build my confidence up a little before I get back to doing stuff like that. It's been 8+ years since I've hit any trails.
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Here's a couple of pics of the right rear shock removal. Jeremy and I had a little mishap in the removal of the top nut. Instead of loosening it we torqued it on so tight it wouldn't come off . So Toshi came to the rescue with his dremel after all other attempts to break the nut loose failed. So we literally busted a nut removing the old shock.



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Here's a couple of pics of the right rear shock removal. Jeremy and I had a little mishap in the removal of the top nut. Instead of loosening it we torqued it on so tight it wouldn't come off . So Toshi came to the rescue with his dremel after all other attempts to break the nut loose failed. So we literally busted a nut removing the old shock.
no need to say "we", i'll take credit for that one .
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Old 08-29-2010, 02:04 PM   #26
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no need to say "we", i'll take credit for that one .
LOL hey I was right there with you helping tighten that thing up. At least it was the old shock and not the new one.
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Buwahahaha!!! Righty loosey
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Old 08-29-2010, 06:20 PM   #28
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Buwahahaha!!! Righty loosey
LMAO you were sending those subliminal messages into our heads thats why we did it
Saw the pics from Shoe Creek. Looks like you guys had a good time.
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LMAO you were sending those subliminal messages into our heads thats why we did it
Saw the pics from Shoe Creek. Looks like you guys had a good time.
yeah no shit, not to mention the full-length motion picture someone posted up there that's 8+ minutes long. pretty sweet.

hey, at least we know i can tighten a nut
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Old 08-29-2010, 09:09 PM   #30
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that's cause they are in the woods, lol. j/k man, where are you located and i'll pm you directions.

hahaha truee. im in park ridge/north stafford area. it looked like you were in the mountain view or forge parking lot in one of the pictures
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hahaha truee. im in park ridge/north stafford area. it looked like you were in the mountain view or forge parking lot in one of the pictures
yeah colonial forge, pm coming with directions to entry point.
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Old 08-30-2010, 07:21 AM   #32
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do you think my stock tacoma could make it through that stuff.it has 4 wheel drive.
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Sweet pics. Some of those mud holes looked a little deep. Where did you find that trail? I'm pretty familiar with Stafford I might try to check that out.
Same deal. I am just up 95 from you in Woodbridge. I would love to check these out with you some time....
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do you think my stock tacoma could make it through that stuff.it has 4 wheel drive.
i think you would be ok depending on your tire tread wear. there was nothing too crazy out there and as long as you have 4X4 you should be good.
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How did the Duratrac's do?
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How did the Duratrac's do?
i gotta tell you, i love these tires. of all the trails i've taken them on, and you can see how muddy some areas are by those pictures, there was only 1 mud hole i didn't make it through. i didn't even attempt that one too hard because there were some good sized fallen tree branches at the bottom and with the muddy water it was pretty obscured. i made 2 goes at it and called it quits and went around.

i ran most of the trails in 2WD and didn't have many times i HAD to put it into 4WD.
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yeah colonial forge, pm coming with directions to entry point.
thanks man i saw it...i showed my friend and hes down for it when he gets his lift his jeep haha...im gonna try and sell my wheels and put a lift and new tires on it then ill try my truck out even though i dont have 4wd
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yeah colonial forge, pm coming with directions to entry point.
Can you PM me too? I live in Manassas but I'm a bit familiar with Woodbridge, Stafford, and Fredericksburg.
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