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Curly

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Curly last won the day on December 30 2020

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    97 Jeep Wrangler
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    Verde Valley, Az

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    Tim/Curly
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  1. I found this: Looks like it is open for fires. https://wildlandfire.az.gov/fire-restrictions?fbclid=IwAR30h70cKZPV_sDEsAtAMCdFVV3Npsx5Kt24k37c7Q8TyKXqlAzb2AZupcY
  2. @theksmith Thanks, we are planning to tent camp, but will most likely drive the truck. Do you know if fires are allowed? We have plenty of wood leftover from our winter pile.
  3. The Cherokee Nation has asked Jeep to stop using the Cherokee name on its jeeps. Read about it here: https://www.wagmtv.com/2021/02/22/cherokee-nation-asks-jeep-to-stop-using-tribes-name/?fbclid=IwAR1TyFveh98ze3tGYrBvEYTZ9VSOPM8lhdAYesgP_qt6pEZ4XSBVNZIVFEE
  4. Weldon would be the long way around, better to go in through Wellton. And Yes, you still need the permit.
  5. Gear head got it right and Diane is also correct, there are other tanks and vehicles out there. The best ones are the ones gear posted, those are the ones that you can spin the turret and elevate the carriages. Just about directly on the other side of the mtn from those tanks, is the Betty Lee mine and Little Bagdad. Pretty close by.
  6. Read it here: https://www.kuer.org/health-science-environment/2020-10-21/moab-grand-county-pass-regulations-to-curb-noise-from-all-terrain-vehicles-in-response-to-complaints
  7. I have used a ratchet strap to support the front of a transmission when I have removed the engine from a car. I don't see why you can't do that for the back of the engine. I wrapped the strap around the hood hinges and under the trans.
  8. These 2 guys are having way too much fun. Riding a home built rail cart to Goat Canyon Trestle in Carrizo Gorge, Anza Borrego park in Cali. George should ditch the bicycle for this!
  9. I know many members here have traveled this trail. This article details what has been done and is still being done to it. Glad I got to travel it back when it was still rugged. https://www.azfamily.com/news/investigations/cbs_5_investigates/arizonas-last-wild-space-now-has-smooth-roads-big-rigs-and-honda-accords/article_851aea64-44cb-11eb-9c46-3b6f8ad48398.html?fbclid=IwAR1n4wki5ha4g6SQFKmNsBBhuTrnVefCKgD0IvopVJC_H6a2g3kxP909o2Y
  10. Thats a really good price for those. I considered them for my new Waggy, but the rims won't fit and I don't want to change out the factory wheels.
  11. Dodged a big bullet on Friday. Taking the FSJ to Florence for a camp trip, some wires shorted against the exhaust manifold. Started an electrical fire. Luckily, I had a fire extinguisher handy. Tomorrow, I'll replace the burned wires.
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