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Thread: VIDEO : DON'T DO THAT AGAIN - Flopping a TJ on Poison Spider Mesa

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    Quote Originally Posted by NevadaZielmeister View Post
    It would seem more people were hurt in this thread that the actual accident itself.

    I hope to get a chance to learn more about Moab when I take a trip in the future.


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    LOL!

    Moab is really number one on my list of places to go that I haven't been to. Like you, I live close enough to go several times in the coming years and I consider that a luxury. I can take my time to learn the land and really explore it. Ultimately what I took away from the video is to be careful because shit can happen. This flop was totally different than the "watch this!" people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZ Explorer View Post
    LOL!

    Moab is really number one on my list of places to go that I haven't been to. Like you, I live close enough to go several times in the coming years and I consider that a luxury. I can take my time to learn the land and really explore it. Ultimately what I took away from the video is to be careful because shit can happen. This flop was totally different than the "watch this!" people.
    Exactly!..haha

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    Wow, that is insane! Glad they are ok


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    Quote Originally Posted by E57 View Post
    Seems that "don't do that again" - the title on this thread, is an open invitation to just that type of speculation - 'Dont do WHAT again' - What is the 'that'? Don't do a wheel stand before even contacting the actual obstacle? That's exactly what happened. Could have happened driving forward on the very next incline. And very clearly that next hill did not have to be in Moab, or even on a trail. That roll was a freak. The approach to it where the wheel stand happened is less steep than my driveway. Somethings obviously at play - I at one point was interested in trying to figure that out. Cause the video that popped up in my email was fascinating.



    Seems you just have a problem with new people on 'your' forum... And seems to be a theme you are not alone in - its apparently the culture here...

    On my exit - I'll say that I have taken more things off road than most can shake a stick at. Hummers, a hummer ambulance, forklifts of all sizes - a payloader, a unimog excavator, 5-tons, an Osh Kosh crane... And my first jeep was '74 postal wagon that I swapped a transfer case and axle into over 20 years ago.

    The 'fresh catch' and 'knows a thing or two' labels and the clique atmosphere are something you can keep. Enjoy.
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