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06-07-2012 12:59 AM
otisdelarosa Awesome! Off road coarse are great. Great sport also.
06-06-2012 11:50 PM
IdahoFreshies
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Originally Posted by jpchase View Post
Nice pics man, looks like you fellas had a blast!

Quick question, why did the one dude have a paper towel roll taped to his forearm?
My buddy went through the crack, and the wheel jerk hard and threw his hand into the A pillar and broke 2 bones. This is the exact moment it happened too, you can see him slumped over after the initial brake. After getting out of the crack he blacked out for a little bit too. The paper towel roll with electrical tape and a piece of paper was our trail splint. First day, first trail out there and he breaks his hand...then rolls his truck on the third day. He had some HORRIBLE luck that trip, but still loved every second of it haha.
06-06-2012 11:31 PM
jpchase Nice pics man, looks like you fellas had a blast!

Quick question, why did the one dude have a paper towel roll taped to his forearm?
06-06-2012 10:40 PM
IdahoFreshies
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Originally Posted by turbospartan View Post
Cool stuff. I want to get a Grand Cherokee and would be willing to do some very mild stuff, but I'd be like that dude who didn't have sliders and didn't want to mess his stuff up.
Ben really did a great job spotting and leading that trail. The fact that he got the trail limo through and didn't get ANY body damage is very impressive. You can be sure at every obstacle everyone was crossing their fingers praying for him to just hit something and for some good trail damage.
06-06-2012 04:10 PM
turbospartan Cool stuff. I want to get a Grand Cherokee and would be willing to do some very mild stuff, but I'd be like that dude who didn't have sliders and didn't want to mess his stuff up.
05-27-2012 06:13 PM
IdahoFreshies Some camp fire pics, we had multiple fires going on each night with tons of bull shitting and drinking and hanging out with awesome people









he passed by the fire...so we took many pics




wut


of course it wouldn't be complete without an idiot jumping over the fire






05-27-2012 06:12 PM
Argo Looks like fun. I used to off road a lot. Got tired of fixing my truck all the time...... I'll do it when I can get another extra vehicle.... I do some mild trails in my truck just nothing that I could roll over on....
05-27-2012 06:05 PM
IdahoFreshies




going up this wash on the side of this cliff was the scariest thing I did all week. The easiest line we all had to take was as far left as you could go, at one point your tire basically has to be inches from the side of the cliff



the wash is on the far left side





this is the point where my tires are almost off the side of the cliff and the spotter (blocked by my truck standing on a rock over the side of the drop by the drivers side window) just kept saying come further and further out before cutting back to go up the ledge.



everyone makes it through without dying, and of course mike parks in the most complicated spot



continuing on





05-27-2012 06:03 PM
IdahoFreshies Day 4: Kane creek






Trail Head


Airing down







It took a lot more work getting the DCLB trail limos through, especially this one without any sliders.



It took almost an hour to get him through because he couldn't touch any body panels and just plow through it like the rest of us could without any disregard for what we hit.





running through this creek wash was a blast, still waiting on the guy behind me with the go pro to make the vid

05-27-2012 06:02 PM
IdahoFreshies Night wheeling, hell ya










On the way back from the night wheeling I was third in the line of trucks heading back to camp down the gravel road, and i come over the top of a hill to find my buddy monte slid out on, over corrected and put his front passenger tire in a ditch and rolled his truck 1 1/2 times. Him and his girlfriend were totally fine, no injuries. The roof rack he build a week earlier probably saved them from being crushed when it took all the weight of the roll over.









we flipped the truck back over, it fired up first click and he drove it back down to camp. He then fixed it in a day and drove it back 14 hours to whyoming. Currently he is in the process of swapping on a new cab and bed.
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