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    Quote Originally Posted by notnalc68 View Post
    Do you work for a travel agency , or off road rental company?


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    I'm staying through the 13th, and possibly the 14th, then working my way back home. Need to stop in at some shops north of Salt Lake City, then continue west toward home.
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    How long you staying?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SierraSilver View Post
    Driving out to Moab from Sacramento April 7th, taking 2 days to get there. Anybody else going that wants to caravan? Thanks

    I'll be leaving from Napa, but I'm shooting for the 5th/6th. Trailering, planning 80 to 50; stopping in Eureka/Ely. Decided to go to beefier running gear, including coil over on the front. Everything is mounted, just waiting on the axles. Hopefully no issues and I'll be able to leave on schedule.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SierraSilver View Post
    I'm staying through the 13th, and possibly the 14th, then working my way back home. Need to stop in at some shops north of Salt Lake City, then continue west toward home.
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    I was planning on going with friends but jeep needs ball joints and I was gonna do axles at the same time. Still might happen though. If you see this Jeep say hi bro!
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    i did ball joints last weekend for this trip, but not enough time for new gears. Tires are next week.
    Isn't 50 going to take longer than 80, even though it is slightly shorter?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SierraSilver View Post
    i did ball joints last weekend for this trip, but not enough time for new gears. Tires are next week.
    Isn't 50 going to take longer than 80, even though it is slightly shorter?
    Marty
    50 might, but if I can leave on the 5th I'll have some extra time. I had a Great Uncle who lived in Eureka, I've wanted to stop and have a look around. If I can't leave early - I'll go 80. If I don't see you on the road, I'll look for you in Moab.

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    Let me know, I'm open to both. I did a trip with A couple years ago with Eddie and we took 50, and saw tons of places to stop at beyond the places we went did stop at.


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    I still might go but I'll be getting there women you guys leave, have a good one though.

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    Getting closer, just about everything is mounted up - waiting for the axles. Still shooting for leaving here the 5th.
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    Wow, what a beast rig. Beautiful.

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