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    Did they ask you what size mountain bike you prefer?
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    Purchased 4 tickets but cant make it...300.00 value.....FREE...any one interested?
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    MXGP The Jeffery Herling Show!
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    bunch of effing dumb asses
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    thanks for giving this place some life with posting your build... this place needs it..
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    Figured it out the relay was bad got a new relay and bam everything good to go. Thanks again for all the help.
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    Thank you. We do have another chassis going together on the table. It's a very small 2 seater. 105" wheelbase. Radius roof. LS1 powered, Weddle HV-1. Bypasses all around. We are using front J arms for the first time in order to get the car that short and still have leg room. It'll be a fun little duner.
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    When you get tired of your fan flopping about and falling over.... And on the plus side.... The base is small enough to not take up too much space and you know your wife will never steal it and put it in the house...
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    I don't have a wife...I'm good.
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    Aerospace museum gillespie field
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    Was I the only one who thought this was gonna be a dirty thread?
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    Black Rhino’s $325 or the $425 the AZ guys charge is a Steel for someone who wants to experience Baja. The Black Rhino or Matlock rides are great and have a fun party vibe on top of the Baja adventure, but are to big for me. More then 4 buggy’s becomes a circus for what we are used to doing. Our trips are a bit more extreme as we are solo without chase support, and we will do 250 miles a day for 3-4 days. It’s hard to cover that many miles with large groups. But I highly suggest someone wanting to try Baja, to go in a organized group like these. Learn, take notes and when ready, plan your own trip. When you do your own trip, there is a level of discipline you need to have. You need to learn how to cruise at a Pre Run pace, but know how to run slow enough to not tear up your equipment. You go off the road and in a ditch, your on your own. You need to get back to your trailer 4 days later, so you have to keep that in the back of your head. You need to carry spares, but can’t carry everything. So good prep before the trip is important, be smart about what spares to carry, and you can do it with minimal parts. Plus if you run with the same vehicles you can split up the spares carried.

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