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About balljointnut

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    zr2 s10
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    tempe az
  1. That's impressive. It looks flat all around. Where did said boulder come from?
  2. Which website did you cut and paste those comments from? If your bushings detonate in a week after running washboard roads there is obviously another problem. "Mine keeps chopping the front upper control arm bushes in the diff out" I'm not a Jeep guy but front upper control arm bushings in the diff" Pics please.
  3. Superglue rules. Glue it and forget it.
  4. I am going to go out on a limb here and say if they close roads I have been traveling my entire life, they can kiss my ***. They don't have the man power to cover every road. I always leave the areas I go to cleaner than when I get there, i.e. I pick-up other peoples trash. I will continue to enjoy the areas I go to and explore new areas regardless of what "they" say. I believe in protecting our wilderness areas, but telling me I can't drive down an established trail because they say so? Not going to happen.
  5. No worries, Myth buster and Sons of Guns have both proven you can't set off a propane tank with any single round. Even tracers.
  6. If you like to hunt quail I can show you some excellent areas up around Horseshoe and Bartlett. I would be happy to share some of my spots with a fellow hunter!! Sorry about the thread hijack.
  7. Enjoy the trip. My ex-wife actually grew up on a ranch on Cherry Creek. Back in the 60's. Subsistence living.
  8. Nice photos. If I ever hit the once in a lifetime tag for Bighorn sheep I know where to go.
  9. I meant the sway bar dis-connect. Plasti-dip is also good stuff. If you don't like it, it peels right off leaving the original finish. https://www.dipyourcar.com/home.php Has great info about the product.
  10. I actually hunt the Bartlett lake end. Great quail hunting. Last year I decided to hike up FR42 a couple miles. You cant even tell there was ever a road there. On the Horseshoe end there is no visible road entrance. I just know it's location due to landmarks. I'm not saying it will never be re-opened, but the re-build would be crazy as the trail just really doesn't exist anymore:( ORP should lobby for it to re-open and it could be our re-build it project:) Funny thing is a few years after the fire I talked to a Game&Fish who told me as soon as they got good grass growing again, for soil retention, that it would be re-opened. That was years ago and at this point you can hardly tell there was ever a fire.
  11. I may be there. I'm always early so don't wait for me when it's time to go if I'm not there. It's a shame FR42 and Indian Springs wash are no longer available.
  12. FR18 is a side road off of FR269. FR269 takes you to Sheeps Bridge.
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