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    Thatís awesome you came all this way. Congrats on a dream come true. The pictures are amazing


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    That's cool you traveled so far and got to do the trail.
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    Glad you were able to do that trip, it's one for the bucket list for sure!

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    Congratulations on what sounds like a great trip!

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    That is some beautiful scenery. I hope to make it there some day.


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    Ainít the Big West something else?...

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    Dream come true

    That is so cool!! The pictures are awesome. Thatís a great way to experience Rubicon if you canít get your Rig there (or donít have one).. Kudos for making it happen and traveling so far.


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    I just noticed the Method 701ís on that JL, any idea what pressure they set them up with? Looks like 37 inch Wild Peaks on it, And Iím assuming the beads held : )


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    Quote Originally Posted by schnauzer View Post
    I just noticed the Method 701ís on that JL, any idea what pressure they set them up with? Looks like 37 inch Wild Peaks on it, And Iím assuming the beads held : )


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    Yes was 37's and the went down to 15psi
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    Thanks for all the comments guys, It is really sad to be back as the US was great and would not mind living there.
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