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Old 06-15-2005, 11:36 AM
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Offroading run Jul 14 - 17th at Badlands...

The Rought Rangers OffRoad Club is having it's yearly "Chubfest" run at the Badlands. Dates are 14 - 17 Jul and we will be camping at the Attica Family campgrounds at the entrance to Badlands. Anyone who is interested is stopping down for a day or two is more than welcome. There will be open seats in some of the rigs if you don't want to wheel your own. Right now I have a open pass seat for Sat through Sun... you can check out this section over on the RRORC.com boards for more info...
http://www.rrorc.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=154
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Do you expect many full size trucks/Bronco's? Or is only for the minitruck series.
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The biggest rig we got coming size wise are some Early Broncos. Unfortunatly full size trucks have a hard time on the trails. There is a big quarry area that the full sizes do play in and I have seen a couple full sized trucks/Broncos run the trails. Those guys usually end up with some nice pin stripeing.
There will be some open seats for those that didn't bring trail rigs. The park is very ATV friendly also, if you have one.
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I'm heading down as is a few other Eb, feeps, jeeps and 1 full size, 79 bronco/truck. Actually sits on a bronco frame with a truck cab/front clip and hopefully a shortened box by then. Runs 44's. The Quarry and the trails off are pretty easy for the full size. Bluenitecrew will run on the orange and does a jeep wagoneer. BUT they would both expect some body damage COULD occur.
For sure running in the quarry and those ?green? trails would be good for a full size.

Can't wait for the run.

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