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    Quote Originally Posted by Jkzinger View Post
    ARB fridge!


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    wayyyy far down the list of wishes


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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiliDawg View Post
    On a side note, does this count as trail damage if it happens on the highway two days after the ride? Attachment 274676


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    The way you cut them they were catching a lot of air, so that is not surprising. Four Flusher, there is a group of us heading down a few days earlier then that if your interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiliDawg View Post
    wayyyy far down the list of wishes


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    Besides, you would do better with a Yeti. Mine has worked great and kept ice for 8 days while hunting in early August. Frankly, after using the Yeti, cannot see the need for the ARB fridge. They take up a lot of room for the amount of internal space and you need to keep them connected. Now, if I was out in the wilderness for 3 weeks, then I can see the point. But I can only imagine how ridiculous it would look packing out an Elk in one of those fridges. Not gonna happen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Desert Crawler View Post
    The way you cut them they were catching a lot of air, so that is not surprising. Four Flusher, there is a group of us heading down a few days earlier then that if your interested.
    Maybe, what are your in/out dates and enter/exit points?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NevadaZielmeister View Post
    Besides, you would do better with a Yeti. Mine has worked great and kept ice for 8 days while hunting in early August. Frankly, after using the Yeti, cannot see the need for the ARB fridge. They take up a lot of room for the amount of internal space and you need to keep them connected. Now, if I was out in the wilderness for 3 weeks, then I can see the point. But I can only imagine how ridiculous it would look packing out an Elk in one of those fridges. Not gonna happen.
    Yeah I was thinking of a Yeti or an RTIC. More versatile as well.


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    Quote Originally Posted by black pearl View Post
    Are you running wentworth towards loon lake?? I'm curious on the condition of post pile Area. I've heard it got pretty gnarly from last winter, I wanted to check it out but didn't have time on my trip up there.


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    Just remembered this post. We did run Wentworth side and had no problems with the post pile. Our group had a LJ locked on 33s and a 2 dr Jk on 35s with a rear locker.


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    Hey Jeepsysoul, have you got any footage back from your editor? Just curious if it's gonna get posted on here?


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    Quote Originally Posted by QuicksilverJK View Post
    Hey Jeepsysoul, have you got any footage back from your editor? Just curious if it's gonna get posted on here?


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    Hey!! My "editor" is a high school girl. I don't have it back from her yet, but as soon as I do I will forsure put it up!!!


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    LOL, I wasn't trying to sound pushy. I was just curious.


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    Quote Originally Posted by QuicksilverJK View Post
    LOL, I wasn't trying to sound pushy. I was just curious.


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    You didn't come across as pushy at all. I am just as anxious!!!


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