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Old 06-05-2014, 03:10 PM   #41
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That works. I'm still figuring out the best way to get to Potts in a day I know it's possible
Easily doable, I drive to Richmond from Oviedo/Vero Beach in a day.
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Are you at Lagurn?
I think you meant to say Lejeune...but yea i'm there
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Old 06-05-2014, 03:12 PM   #43
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can a sc guy go? lol I'm dying to go next year since ill be driving through that area during summer anyway
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Old 06-05-2014, 03:29 PM   #44
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I think you meant to say Lejeune...but yea i'm there
Ohhh I know all to well. Phonetics...Lagurn.
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Gosh this sounds awesome!

I wanna go so bad!
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Old 06-06-2014, 12:09 PM   #46
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Old 06-06-2014, 12:13 PM   #47
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is it that big of a deal if i don't have a locker on a moab trip? suspension wise I've got fox 2.0s with 700# springs bilstein 5100 b110 with omd leaf pack and superbumps. ill have a good bit of flex but I'm an sr5 and id like to get away with not installing a locker
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Old 06-06-2014, 01:02 PM   #48
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is it that big of a deal if i don't have a locker on a moab trip? suspension wise I've got fox 2.0s with 700# springs bilstein 5100 b110 with omd leaf pack and superbumps. ill have a good bit of flex but I'm an sr5 and id like to get away with not installing a locker
1 locker will bring you further than any of that, IMO.
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Old 06-06-2014, 01:11 PM   #49
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1 locker will bring you further than any of that, IMO.
Dang... I guess I just might have to
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Old 06-06-2014, 04:21 PM   #51
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Heck, it might be cheaper and easier to load up a car hauler with all your rigs and catch a plane, meet your trucks somewhere near Moab. Less long drive, less risks of struggling to get home, less monies & less bitching about the drive if you bring the misses
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Old 06-06-2014, 04:41 PM   #52
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Heck, it might be cheaper and easier to load up a car hauler with all your rigs and catch a plane, meet your trucks somewhere near Moab. Less long drive, less risks of struggling to get home, less monies & less bitching about the drive if you bring the misses

You know...that's an awesome idea. Then I can go all out in moab knowing there's a car hauler waiting to take my truck and it's blown cvs, driveshaft and diffs back home safely lol
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Old 06-06-2014, 07:45 PM   #53
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1 locker will bring you further than any of that, IMO.
Just think what 2 lockers will do... then add a crawl box
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Just think what 2 lockers will do... then add a crawl box
I know what 2 lockers can do. And I've seen what a crawl box can do: pop UCA nuts off, drive shaft noises, and poppin' flares like poppin' bottles at party light time.
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I know what 2 lockers can do. And I've seen what a crawl box can do: pop UCA nuts off, drive shaft noises, and poppin' flares like poppin' bottles at party light time.
lmao sig worthy!

i really don't want to buy an arb locker. thats money i can spend on other mods so right now I'm looking at a detroit locker and just removing it when i get back from the trip or getting a yukon zip locker. i emailed marlin crawler about the zip locker prices so I'm hoping they'll get back to me soon
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i really don't want to buy an arb locker. thats money i can spend on other mods so right now I'm looking at a detroit locker and just removing it when i get back from the trip or getting a yukon zip locker. i emailed marlin crawler about the zip locker prices so I'm hoping they'll get back to me soon

Detroit locker is pretty solid and tried and true man. I DD one everyday and aside from a click or two you don't really know it's there
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Heck, it might be cheaper and easier to load up a car hauler with all your rigs and catch a plane, meet your trucks somewhere near Moab. Less long drive, less risks of struggling to get home, less monies & less bitching about the drive if you bring the misses
Probably so!

I'm looking forward to it, time off shouldn't be an issue its just getting home in time from dis 6 month deployment coming up to finish up the truck (lockers/gears) and other stuff
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Detroit locker is pretty solid and tried and true man. I DD one everyday and aside from a click or two you don't really know it's there
Was it a pia to install? Does it make that much of a difference off road?
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