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    Just wondering if we can take this deal off the water and into the deserts

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    Quote Originally Posted by cave View Post
    Just wondering if we can take this deal off the water and into the deserts

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    If I go out riding it's usually in the forest. You might be able to sway me though

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    i like to 4 wheel the truck and ride the quad, it wont be able to keep up with that alky banshee you got though

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    Default Yeppers!!!

    I know some of the QC / Florence back trails
    Unfortunately I still need to fix the bent rear axle and cafe'd handlebars on my Honda 4X4 500 quad from my last Easter Sunday near meeting w/ God!! Lets just say I didn't know what state (AZ or Cali) I was in while riding back to camp. Can Johnny say "Concusion" ?

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    whys it have so many wheels?

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    our fam. is big into offroad- every holiday during the winter we camp out at the dunes with the rhinos and all that stuff- if you guys ever make it down to the yuma/dunes area hit me up!
    "i'm into snatchin' kisses... and vice-versa!" haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by sintax View Post
    whys it have so many wheels?
    Did the 2 wheel deal for a long time. More challenging to do it with 4. Plus the advantage of a high dollar easy chair at the dunes and desert.
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    This was last year on the way to Crown King.
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    Im into the desert racing . Im building a class 3 rig now . If anyone need offroad parts or fab work pm me i am co owner of AZDIRTWORXS .

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    Last spring behind Martinez Mine near Florence, AZ. I am in the passenger seat, not very happy about that, in my buddies Blazer.
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    Cool pic. Back in the day when Rick Pewe (former editor of Petersons Off Road Mag) and the crew used to go to Sycamore Creek, there were a bunch of roll overs in the canyons. They once made a jungle jim out of Jeeps and trucks all piled up on each others tires & Bumpers. Awe the days when Arizona was Arizona and less Like California. We all carried guns into Circle K and no one was skeered. Awe the good ol days
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    My family has been doing the dunes since 1987, Started with ATC's , went to quads. Have had as many as nine quads, three Odesseys, raced off road with modified Pilot, mid engine sand rail and long travel sand car.
    Currently have two sand quads and rail. The boys have their own fleet now, (much cheaper for me).
    Glad to have any of you join us at the dunes, usually out of Yuma.
    Let me know.

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    We ran this one around 4 peaks last weekend.
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