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  • Birthday 07/11/1978

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    Menifee Ca.

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    Wash 15/ Compound
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    Long travel AG SandCar

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  1. Fireman

    Superbowl weekend carnage and pics, & eye protection

    The old manat Kartek said it was the first one he has seen in his 20 years there.
  2. Fireman

    Superbowl weekend carnage and pics, & eye protection

    I was aired up to 18PSI
  3. Fireman

    Superbowl weekend carnage and pics, & eye protection

    Man that guy with the rock in the eye is a lucky man.. I had a rough day a few weeks ago ,that damn wet sand got me..
  4. Fireman

    SHOWWDOWN at NOON

    Where is that rule at?? I just read the rules and regulations and did not see it anywhere..
  5. Fireman

    Honda Talon

    https://www.utvguide.net/2019-honda-talon/
  6. Fireman

    SHOWWDOWN at NOON

    Well I don't know these all these guys personally. But I do know one or two and they they do not have the intention of hurting anyone and are huge supporters of the sport and Just want to enjoy racing their cars. I can't attest to what goes on in thier camp at night because I am not there. But why can't they enjoy their high speed runs???
  7. Fireman

    SHOWWDOWN at NOON

    I am pretty sure they have the same smile on there faces as you do when you are out duning. No different then a kid driving a razor in the dunes you have to watch out for them as well. You just have to have some common sense and some awareness. They come to the desert to have fun too and that is there way of having fun.
  8. Fireman

    SHOWWDOWN at NOON

    Oh I know exactly what a mistake or accident will do. Veterans day I was one of the first to the gentleman that lost his life in wash 16 when they were hauling ass and hit a kiddy track with no seat belts on. I go to Glamis to enjoy the dunes jump my sand car rip some dunes up. Just as the guys that want to Race their cars. We all go knowing that shit can happen at any time, But we still go to the desert for the rush. These guys are doing what they love If you don't like it don't go near where they are.
  9. Fireman

    SHOWWDOWN at NOON

    Well then maybe you should go to a go-cart track were everyone gets to go the same way and the same speed. Come on now these guys love the sport just as much as all of us, they don't cause trouble they don't want to hurt anyone they just want to drag race. I am not a drag racer I love to shread the dunes in-fact 99% of the time I am in the dunes when everyone is at the drags. Let these guys have there drag racing that what they do and they do a pretty good job trying to spot any hazards that may arise.
  10. Fireman

    SHOWWDOWN at NOON

    I see both sides of this argument for sure.. But there were no rules broken. They were more than 50 feet from any camp ,there were spotters and there is no speed limit. Where would like to see this race happen??? Any where you go in Glamis that this race can happen there will be people. Was the the guy on the quad at fault....Nope he has the right to ride there just as the buggy's do. But it did seem as the quad rider did not even look crossing an area that traffic usually goes the other way. So I say If you want to race get after it Just be careful and do what you can to avoid incident.
  11. Fireman

    Fatality at wash 16

    As much as Everyone Hates the Kiddy Tracks we need to simply remember that the speed in the camping are is 15 miles per hour. How can we take the things we have all had away from the kids that we bring out to the desert. My kids are 14 and 17 and they no longer build or use the kiddy tracks. I still don't believe that the kiddy tracks are to blame for the accidents. We need to be the ones that police our own actions and just slow down in the camping areas.
  12. Fireman

    Fatality at wash 16

    Well it was about 8:15-8:30 Saturday Morning we are getting ready to go to the Veterans Ceremony and the the wife and the the other ladies in camp start screaming that someone crashed just outside camp near the road. So a few of us in camp go running over to find a buggy that had overturned landing back on it wheels sitting about 30-50 feet from the kiddy track in wash 16. As we run up to the accident scene there is one camp a little closer to the accident than ours and we see a guy from that camp run over as well. He gets there first and starts CPR on the down Gentleman. We have a Medic, a Nurse and myself a Fireman, the medic and nurse start assisting with CPR and realize that there is no chance for the gentleman and cover him with a blanket. I worked on the driver and put a sling on his arm as he had a broken shoulder, collarbone and broken arm. About 15 mins later BLM Rescue showed up and took over with getting the driver transported. So the buggy was supposably going anywhere between 35-50 miles an hr heading from wash 19 to vendors to get a Sand Jack and did not see the kiddy track and went over kinda like a corkscrew ejecting the passenger. My guess would be if they were wearing seatbelts they would have been fine with maybe a headache. It is a very unfortunate accident that has change the lives of many. So all I can say if we follow the rules and just slow down in the washes and in the Camping areas things will be a lot safer. Also wear your seat belts.
  13. Fireman

    Honda Water Lines

    Awesome thank you
  14. Fireman

    Honda Water Lines

    Thank you sir. Would you happen to have any pics he is trying to figure out plumbing routes.
  15. Fireman

    Honda Water Lines

    I have a buddy that is looking for pics of how coolant lines are routed on a honda V6. So If you have any Pictures that you can post up that would be great.. Thanks.

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