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Gunny

38 Miles of Hell

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Here's a couple vids from a ride I did last weekend with some guys that invited me to join them to ride a new trail over by Vernal, Utah.

There was one Grizzly, one King Quad, one Polaris & three Can-Am's ... none of us had any mechanical problems, but I did tear a rear CV boot.

What a workout !! Hope you enjoy the vids. Make sure you change the video quality to 1080p ... that way you won't get as seasick !!

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0mYrnsguaEU]38 Miles of Hell - The Outlaw Trail Part 1 - 22 Sept 012 - YouTube[/ame]

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gvZaMa9s51c]38 Miles of Hell - The Outlaw Trail Part 2 - 22 Sept 012 - YouTube[/ame]

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Looks like some nice trails.

Mike

Ya know, I'm amazed at the number of people that said the exact same thing .... don't get me wrong, I enjoyed the ride .... however, for ME ... a little of that goes a LONG ways .... SAVVY !!?? :coffee:

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Ya know, I'm amazed at the number of people that said the exact same thing .... don't get me wrong, I enjoyed the ride .... however, for ME ... a little of that goes a LONG ways .... SAVVY !!?? :coffee:

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Damm Gunny nice vid !! I got tired watching it !!You must of got a work out !!:laugh:

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Damm Gunny nice vid !! I got tired watching it !!You must of got a work out !!:laugh:

Man, that's an understatement ... :ack2c: ... sure glad I had power steering ... cause I felt better good the next day !! :seeyac:

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Ya know, I'm amazed at the number of people that said the exact same thing .... don't get me wrong, I enjoyed the ride .... however, for ME ... a little of that goes a LONG ways .... SAVVY !!?? :coffee:

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I agree with you there. It does look like an awesome ride, but I wouldn't want to do it everyday. Trails with small doses of that stuff are good, but a day long adventure on it could be a long day.:yes:

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I agree with you there. It does look like an awesome ride, but I wouldn't want to do it everyday. Trails with small doses of that stuff are good, but a day long adventure on it could be a long day.:yes:

Ah ........... YUP !!! :aargh:

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This is what some of our local trails look like. :sifonec:

And, yes, we do go through bearings and bushings.

Mike

Like I and Wylde Guy wrote ... for us, a little of that goes a long ways ... :nopityc:

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