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    What was done to your rig this week?

    Quote Originally Posted by Coop View Post
    Redknight15, MattMc, and me are headed to Moab too! Our trips are right around 2000 miles +/-. I had the same issue as well, plus my PSC hose fittings at the pump decided to start leaking. Got things fixed I hope. We will be at the Moab KOA on Sunday! Stop by if you have the time. Looks like we picked a good week; it will only be 100 - 103* F!!!


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    Iím leaving on the 19th and Iíll be Ouray CO first. Iíll be in Moab on the 26th. Iíll stop by and say hi if youíre still there.


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    We are wrapping up in Ouray, but if we are still there when you get there itís because we went off the cliff.
    Have a great trip!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Coop View Post
    We are wrapping up in Ouray, but if we are still there when you get there itís because we went off the cliff.
    Have a great trip!

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    So was there anything open yet in the high country? Should be heading that way in a little over a week. Will be in there area close to 10 days. Going to try and hit some tougher trails outside of Montrose too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dillard09 View Post
    So was there anything open yet in the high country? Should be heading that way in a little over a week. Will be in there area close to 10 days. Going to try and hit some tougher trails outside of Montrose too.
    Not there yet, on our way. Be there Sunday!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Coop View Post
    Not there yet, on our way. Be there Sunday!


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    On I thought you said you were wrapping up in Ouray. Gotcha. Safe travels!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dillard09 View Post
    So was there anything open yet in the high country? Should be heading that way in a little over a week. Will be in there area close to 10 days. Going to try and hit some tougher trails outside of Montrose too.
    From what I was told not a whole lot is open. Black bear and Imogene are still closed. Ophir and yankee boy basin are open. I think only parts of engineer pass are open. Thatís all I know so far.


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    We're headed out there in a week too (Silverton/Telluride) area). I've been keeping an eye on the USDA Forest Service page.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountainjk10 View Post
    From what I was told not a whole lot is open. Black bear and Imogene are still closed. Ophir and yankee boy basin are open. I think only parts of engineer pass are open. Thatís all I know so far.


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    About what I've heard. I've been tracking trail conditions on Switzerland of america jeep adventure page. They update it just about daily.
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    Quote Originally Posted by black pearl View Post
    Was it on the driver side of the radiator?
    This just happened with my dad's Jeep (2015 JKUR) this week; pin hole in the radiator on the lower driver's side... common issue?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stotch View Post
    This just happened with my dad's Jeep (2015 JKUR) this week; pin hole in the radiator on the lower driver's side... common issue?
    It was my upper driver's side that cracked when it blew up on the trail.



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