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  1. depends on the Year but October can be a 12'' of snow, then you just want to pass CP and go to Brian Head up the road, and rent a cabin, It's only a 1-1/2 drive there, worth driving up for lunch at the spotted dog cafe,
  2. before you put a new clutch in double check the free play, but then it might have AIR in the line and not pushing in the clutch, try to pull they slave cylinder all the way spread apart, to make sure it is not double pumped together and bottoming out, then adjust the clutch slave or pull the slave off and pull it apart as far as you can then will insure the slave is not already pushed in, adjust the slave, then bleed out the line, I have not seen a clutch go bad by staying in gear, its in the slave or in the fluid
  3. For Me the Berrymans made a mess of everthing and was just nasty to clean up, I switched to the stay-flow, it does not eat the rim, and if you have to clean it out of the tire, it looks like water, and washes away easy, super cheap, about $4 per tire, and mine work with a nail in the trailer tire like fix a flat,
  4. I have a street style harness for red/blue, they are around $400, with split-loom I also have a customer with a red/blue, they put in a rock crawler for one trip,, think they are selling the harness - ECM
  5. Staflo, Cleans up easy on the inside, does not leave crap all over the outside, and seals up, tires will not leak
  6. I have a street style harness for red/blue, they are around $400, with split-loom I also have a customer with a red/blue, they put in a rock crawler for one trip,, think they are selling the harness - ECM,
  7. I got a hold of them, But long wait time, but i am surprised that you are surprised that it take a long time, Nothing has changed, same wait time as always, same issue from my first efi in 2001, LOL!!!!!
  8. It just depends on what you are trying to do, they work like camshaft profiles, are they worth the money? depends on what you are trying to do, At the end of the days where is the bottle neck, For a Factory LS3, I would say do not do a intake you will have pretty much very little or no gain, when you add heads a after market intake will gain HP, but any time you gain HP you will loose torque, it just about runner speed and how the air is condensed into the runner, When doing a big inch motor a intake is really a must, but then where do you want the power, stock profile
  9. It was one of the toughest sections before it was paved, the washes really wrecked some trailers, If you stay in the Meadows be carful it is pretty soft in some areas,
  10. Typically if you made it to Kanab, you really Fuucked up the turn to Coral Pink, LOL as soon as you hit Colorado City, the Palig town look for Cane Bed Road, it is now paved, at one time this was a dirt road all the way, Cane Bed Road will get you right into Coral Pink
  11. J Alper

    Axles

    If someone cuts them down straight, I can clean up the end and re-groove them in the lathe for $25 per axle, this pretty much takes car of the incert, the incert is pretty much dead after 4 grooves, Kartek will also groove them, RBP might wine a little because its not his axles, but think bob will do them also
  12. buggy whip has a Mine and Construction, whips flag looks like the latest rage flags, they come in 10-12' but you need to call them on the phone, just google buggy-whip
  13. Also you will need a Utah off highway stick like Idaho or CA, you do not need a Helmet, not even for Quads But no Whip will get a ticket and a impound

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