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Thread: Two Leaf Trail - Goodsprings, NV

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    Quote Originally Posted by jesse3638 View Post
    Jist make sure to bring some PB blaster or WD40 if its mounted outside the jeep..haha

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    Dry film is better. The others attract dust and end up gumming up.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ruvicon View Post
    Lord knows we’ve teased Jerry almost every time we heard out about his High Lift usage, but I’m a believer now. I’m going to pull mine out of the garage and mount it also. Jerry knows best!

    But we’ll still tease him every chance we get...

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    I uploaded a bunch of videos I took on the trail.

    I was hoping someone had some video of me but I only found one short clip. Anyone have anything?

    I think I made some compelling TV at least once...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdofmemi View Post
    Dry film is better. The others attract dust and end up gumming up.
    Everything is digital these days film is obsolete...haha.

    All kidding aside yeah dry lube is best for that however I meant if its mounted on your jeep for 8 years and never used keep some sort of oil handy to get things moving. Ask me how I know...haha.



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    Quote Originally Posted by bhaner View Post
    Thanks for the great pictures and videos of the rest of us.

    Sorry I don't have any of you. By the time I would get up to something, you were over it and gone.

    Thanks again for setting this run up👍👍👍

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdofmemi View Post
    Thanks for the great pictures and videos of the rest of us.

    Sorry I don't have any of you. By the time I would get up to something, you were over it and gone.

    Thanks again for setting this run up👍👍👍
    No worries!

    I have a severe case of premature acceleration!
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    Quote Originally Posted by fiend View Post
    After seeing Jerry’s high lift being an essential tool not once but twice on that run, including to get me out of a jam, I may just dust mine off and figure out a place to mount it.


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    I was thinking the same thing.. Jerry is a master of the highlift

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjlong View Post
    This was one of the best trails I've run. Thanks for putting it together, Byron! By the way, the tail pipe smoke was just a stuck PCV valve.
    Thats great news

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    Awesome pics !!! Looks like this has all the makings of a baddass day!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bhaner View Post
    No worries!

    I have a severe case of premature acceleration!
    ,🤣🤣🤣🤣

    Quote Originally Posted by Elroy231 View Post
    Awesome pics !!! Looks like this has all the makings of a baddass day!

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    It had a little bit of everything. Some four wheeling, some three wheeling, some two wheeling. Fortunately no one wheeling, or even worse, no wheeling🤣🤣

    It adjusted some body work, and did a number on an axle, plus gave some winches a workout. A good day for sure 👍👍👍

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