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Old 03-25-2005, 09:49 AM
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went wheeling this weekend

got these posted at a different site so im just gonna put the link to them. there are 2 different batches of pics so be sure to scroll all the way down.

http://www.pavementsucks.com/forums/...hp?topic=66210
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Very cool!!!! I'm jealous. My next truck has got to be a 4 wheelin toy. Great pics. Very clear and worth printing. Where was that taken? Did you take yer Bronco II on the same trails as the Cheby? I bet that was a sheet metal massaging route. Looks like ya'll had fun.

P.S. I know it's not a Bronco II, I just had to throw that in there because of the other post on the other site. Too funny. IMHO, yer early Bronco looks much better than those little Bronco II's. Any Ford blooded fan should know the difference.
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wow, great pics, I gotta show my bro. he is building a jeep using an 04 wrangler, and slowly building it into rubicon specs. we just picked up a set of 33X10.5 tires just like the ones on your bronco with rims mounted, and balanced for $150+trade his old tires.

nice truck I wanna see it at the meet this saturday!!!! hahaha, come get some BBQ!!!!!
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very cool pics man,thats some sick flex, i love it!!!! i cant wait to get my F-250 going again, might take awhile though, there is alot of work ahead for it.......next time you go wheeling in this area let me know, i might try and tag along in my 4x4 pathfinder, it wont go EVERYWHERE your EB can but ive been itching to get it muddy.....
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very cool pics man,thats some sick flex, i love it!!!! i cant wait to get my F-250 going again, might take awhile though, there is alot of work ahead for it.......next time you go wheeling in this area let me know, i might try and tag along in my 4x4 pathfinder, it wont go EVERYWHERE your EB can but ive been itching to get it muddy.....

figured some of you guys would like those pics those were taken up in disney oklahoma for those who were curious. i didnt go up into little blue ( where the pics of the k5 were taken) due to the fact i still havent put my body protection on yet and that trail is well known smashing up corners and body panels. hopefully next time i go ill be prepared enough to actually attempt it though
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Next time you're down this way, Drop a line. I'm only 10 minutes from Disney! Would love to see the truck, but I honestly can't watch people climb. Scares me to death. As I tell my husband, I can go fast, but I can't go up!
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