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    Quote Originally Posted by A.J. View Post
    Hey! Glad to see you found the post! Since Tom started the thread this year I guess itís up to him to add people to the list. I think there was discussion about a cap on # of rigs around 8ish? So anyone that is for sure going and not on the going list better speak up soon! Lol! Anyone make a mandatory equipment list? Probably should have that as well. Canít wait for summer!


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    Iím in. Mandatory equipment includes tacos.


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    Quote Originally Posted by fiend View Post
    Iím in. Mandatory equipment includes tacos.


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    Seems reasonable.


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    For those interested in this trip: Sierra Trek is August 8-11. Some of us have signed up for Fordyce and some other runs to follow Rubicon.


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    Quote Originally Posted by A.J. View Post
    Hey! Glad to see you found the post! Since Tom started the thread this year I guess itís up to him to add people to the list. I think there was discussion about a cap on # of rigs around 8ish? So anyone that is for sure going and not on the going list better speak up soon! Lol! Anyone make a mandatory equipment list? Probably should have that as well. Canít wait for summer!


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    Good point A.J. I think 8 is a good trip cap to look at, but if we have more interest we can split the group during the day and meet up in the evenings. Even with 8 we may consider two groups of 4 for the trail, getting 6 or 8 rigs through some of the obstinate takes a lot of time. Plenty of room at Buck Island and Rubicon Springs for camping and camaraderie.


    Iíll add some minimum equipment at the top. 35s, rear locker, rocker protection, and a good attitude if/when trail damage occurs.




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    Interested for sure. Gotta check the calendar and check with the mrs.


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