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dunefreak

River crossing flooded, 12-24-10

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we will be leaving on Thursday morning at about 8am. should get there at about 10 am just in time to get in a few rides before the alcohol starts flowing. :whoop::beercheers::beerpint::drunk: :peeps:

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In my opinion the river crossings are very very doable for just about any type of vehicle towing just about anything. Water going over the cement pad is maybe 4 inches deep.

Will I get my wheels dirty?? does anyone know if I will get mt wheels DIRTY>????? any help would be appreciated

Capt

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Will I get my wheels dirty?? does anyone know if I will get mt wheels DIRTY>????? any help would be appreciated

Capt

I would worry more about keeping AIR IN THEM If I were you... :laughing:

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Lots of people are coming in. The crossing was not bad at all. There is still tons of room at the big dunes. Hurry up and get here before the new year.

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So I cruised in after 1pm on Thursday and the little track dozer was in the road doing his thing -

rigs were driving by him in both directions as they all took their turns -

then it was my turn and I went through as slow as everyone else did, since it was still bumpy.

I parked on vendor row and gave the trlr a quick glance as I drove off

AND WAS AMAZED AT THE DAMAGE I saw at the back of my lq trlr!

Apparently everyone but me missed a big a... boulder and it crumpled the steel and tore it at the rear 'valance'.

Now I get to hire someone with a rosebud tip to warm the steel cherry red and flatten it back out AND THEN WELD IT back together.

See, and all of you out there wondering if you'd make it through without damage.

Was I the only one I wonder?

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