I thought I had posted on this one but I guess not but I'm Alex from West Jordan I drive a 1979 F-150 Custom with a 351M not lift yet some of you may have seen me I'm kind of hard to miss now days haha
Hello luv2offroad2 and Jeff66. Glad to have you drop in. I am the so called chapter leader here in Utah. I havent been able to spend much time here on this forum for a while. I frequent HD forums also and its riding season!! Im lovin it. My truck doesnt see much use during the spring - Fall time of year. Anyways...welcome and I hope this will be the year we can possibly get together as a group some time. Keep an eye on the car shows JC Hackett puts on. Those are always fun. Nice to meet you and I hope you can stick around.
Hey all, My name is Ed. Just got back into my second V10 after some life things axed my first. I live out in magna. 2009 Crew Cab Short Bed King Ranch.
Some of my other Fords, Although none still with me!
My 77 and 2001 V10.
My bronco and matching trailer. Had a full camping rig setup in the trailer with a power window working in the tailgate!
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Reason: Trying to add truck pictures
Might as well resurrect and old thread, Been on fte for 4 or 5 years and just noticed the utah section, Kinda sad. Matt, I'm also from Tooele. Just thought I would do my best to clarify a few things I read when catching up on this tread. The area out by past Saratoga off readwood around mile marker 4 is also known as little moab, Although I did hear it has been fenced and posted, I cant confirm as I havent been out to see for myself. To do a little wheelin weather you wanna get hard core or do a little trail riding, 5 mile is an amazing place. Eagles nest is as hard core as most the stuff your going to find in Moab. As for Butterfeild and middle there is enough wheeling to have fun for an hour or two any trail besides main roads just turn into basically bike or walking trails, witch leads me to the next thing, yes there awesome hiking biking country. both beautiful canyons. Butterfeild being the salt lake valley side and middle the tooele. As for Butterfeild it is now owned by Kennoctt copper mine, so enjoy it while you still can. Could be closed at any point now. Butterfeild is also paved to the pass for anyone who would like to enjoy without having the means to. Middle is paved half way or so but the dirt in between the two sections of pavement is quiet wash boarded, witth good weather a can could travel it as well. they usually don't open the canyons till April or May to let the snow melt and do any repairs needed. also Tooele county thought it would be neat if they started charging to overnight in the canyon witch is a bunch of bs if you ask me. lots of picnic and camping areas on the middle side but dont recommended pulling trailers over butterfeild side. Its paved but narrow, very narrow for a trailer. One car wide towards the top with sharp 180 degree sharp bends if you were to run into another car you would be screwed...
Anyways to the fun part.... couple rigs of mine...
95 toyota pickup sas locked 37s bobbed and cummins conversion
1972 f350 crew cab long bed with cummins conversion.