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Thread: VIDEO - MOBY in MOAB : Gold Bar Rim Jeep Trail / IMPROBABLE HILL

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    Looks great.....I'll be there in Oct.
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    Moby continues to make everything look like a walk in the park!

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    Looks like a lot of fun!!

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    Man so much more intense in person! Awesome job! Great clip!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trail JK View Post
    Man so much more intense in person! Awesome job! Great clip!
    Thinking the same thing! The video does it little justice. Still cool vid though.
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    Nice video! I hated that obstacle the first time, as a broken axle on one jeep, a bent drag link on another jeep and a late start put us climbing that at 3 am. All 5 wives were not happy that day, but no one died and all rigs made it back to the hotel, so i call that a successful day in Moab.

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    Quote Originally Posted by professorkx View Post
    Nice video! I hated that obstacle the first time, as a broken axle on one jeep, a bent drag link on another jeep and a late start put us climbing that at 3 am. All 5 wives were not happy that day, but no one died and all rigs made it back to the hotel, so i call that a successful day in Moab.
    You started that climb at 3am and continued on the rest of the trail? Wtf?
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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    You started that climb at 3am and continued on the rest of the trail? Wtf?
    Maybe thinking of a different trail/obstacle. Wasn't that like the second climb??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trail JK View Post
    Man so much more intense in person! Awesome job! Great clip!
    Quote Originally Posted by JAGS View Post
    Thinking the same thing! The video does it little justice. Still cool vid though.
    x3!!! Way more intense in person but still awesome to relive it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cozdude View Post
    x3!!! Way more intense in person but still awesome to relive it!
    For sure! All smiles watching it. 🏻

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